What Could Go Wrong?

This was a busy week for me 🙂 I took part in the TC What Could Go Wrong? How to Deal With Meestaeks in Erasmus+ Projects for the first time as a Vice President of The Association Senses (Stowarzyszenie Poczucia). Yes, there is a mistake in the title, because the project is about mistakes 🙂 The training was held in the most beautiful city of Europe – Budapest:

(The view from the Budapest Eye on the building of Parliament)

To be more specific – in Buda, close to the Magrit-sziget (The Margaret Island). It was organized by The Tempus Public Foundation in cooperation with the Hungarian National Agency in The European Youth Center – the place held by The Council of Europe:

The aims were to introduce the most common mistakes while writting, applying and implementing European projects. What I learned is that the mistakes are unavoidable and you have to apply with the project, and if it is rejected you need to improve it and reapply, reapply, reapply until it is accepted 🙂 We also had impro and clowing activities. As you can see belove we had some artefacts to use:

It reminded me of the TC in Luc-en-Diois where we spent full three days clowning and we even had a spactacle in the city Die (yes, we were going to Die).

This project gathered 28 representatives of NGOs from 14 countries and was a perfect place for networking. We had the Organization Fair where I had a space to present my NGO (and was able to make some first contacts):

So I have already plans to apply with the YE for the April deadline, but until it is submitted, I will keep the topic secret! Keep your fingers crossed!

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