The COPE project involved a group of stakeholders from different institutions and countries, who attended the Stakeholders Conference in Zagreb – Croatia, both in person and online.
The COPE project partner in Croatia, EFZDR – European Foundation for Philanthropy and Development of Society, in a warm welcome and reception, created the ideal conditions for holding this event.
For two days, the stakeholders actively contributed to achieving the objectives of this event and to its success.
On the first day, after the Project and Consortium Overview and the Relational Proximity Community Network Development presentation, the invited stakeholders were given the floor and moved on to professional presentations, their realities and their contributions to the COPE project in each of the three themes in focus – NEET Engagement Strategies, Intervention Implementation Strategies and Sustainability Strategies.
The group of stakeholders present – Massimo Pellegrini (Educator), Andrea Largaiolli (Educator/ Youth Trainer), Maddalena Recla (Project Manager), Michele Rossi (Educator/ Youth Trainer & COPE Link Worker), Mónica Sousa (Psychologist & Researcher), Elena Colbacchin (Psychologist & Labour Market Operator), Jana Eckert (Co-director and Project Manager) and Ilaria Simonelli (Health Sociologist, PhD) – participated in a Group Session to develop action strategies regarding the themes in focus introduced above, followed by plenary feedback and an open discussion.
After a day rich in sharing and learning, the COPE project partners and stakeholders gathered for a convivial dinner!
Check here the stakeholders’ contributions and the Scrapbook: