Multiplier Event in Germany, Berlin / November 19, 2022

The multiplier event organized by MRL e.V. was held on November 19th, 2022 in Berlin, Germany. The event was attended by over 20 individuals representing various organizations from Berlin and Brandenburg.

The program of the multiplier event.

The activities of the ME were prepared in advance by our team. Some of the activities included:

  • Pre-ME preparation: Lists, event content, place, printing of card games, etc.,
  • Finalization of Intellectual Outputs (IOs) for final presentation to the public audience,
  • Presenting the Online Portal,
  • The IOs were presented from the B2F project, which aimed to provide a deeper understanding of youth mobility and its impact,
  • Participants also engaged in the card game FAST FORWARD, which was developed as part of the B2F project, providing a fun and interactive way to learn more about the follow-up activities.

Additionally, a panel discussion was held where participants actively engaged in discussions surrounding defining and understanding follow-up activities. The presentation of the B2F online portal was also presented as a tool for participants to access the project’s results and outputs. The discussions opened up the floor for informal chats on the impact of youth mobilities during and after the ME. The event concluded with music and snacks, providing an opportunity for participants to network and continue discussions in a relaxed setting. Overall, the ME provided a platform for participants to learn, engage and share their thoughts on youth mobility and its impact, and plan for future actions.

The photos from the multiplier event.

In conclusion, the event was a success and the participants were given the opportunity to tour the Haus der Statistik, a unique co-working space where more than 52 NGOs work and collaborate. This provided our organization and local partners with the opportunity to network with new individuals and organizations in the same field of work. Overall, the event was beneficial in both achieving its goals and fostering connections within the community.

?? This project has been co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

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