Building Intercultural Competences

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Project Summary

“Building Intercultural Competences: Sharing Good Practices” (BIC) is an ERASMUS+ project (KA2 – Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices; KA205 – Strategic Partnerships for Youth Programme) and its duration is 24 months. The general objective of the project is to help young people understand the importance of social inclusion and cultural diversity and build intercultural competences.

Project Partners

  • P1: Bulgaria – Varna University of Management (VUM, Coordinator)
  • P2: Malta – Cross Culture International Foundation (CCIF)
  • P3: Greece – INTER ALIA
  • P4: Italy – Demostene Centro Studi Per La Promozione Dello Sviluppo Umano (DEMOSTENE)
  • P5: North Macedonia – Association for Sustainable Development SFERA International Bitola (SFERA International)
  • P6: Portugal – Associacao Check-In – Cooperacao E Desenvolvimento (CHECK-IN)

 

Project Duration

01/09/2019– 31/08/2021

 

Disclaimer
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use, which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

Executive Summary

The Dissemination Plan is the main reference for dissemination of the project activities and a supporting tool for consortium management, containing guidelines for project partners on identifying and exploiting communication opportunities, including procedures to be respected in this framework.

This document is going to identify and plan the dissemination strategies and activities to be implemented, as well as the tools and materials that will be used, in order to promote the objectives, results and outcomes of the EU co-funded project Building Intercultural Competences: Sharing Good Practices.

The key aspects of the dissemination strategy are presented, as well as the target groups, before specifying the proposed activities through the identified relevant channels. A detailed workplan of these activities is also included as well as a calendar of relevant external events where to disseminate the project results. The main objective of the dissemination plan is to guarantee proper diffusion of knowledge and project results according to an agreed strategy aimed to secure maximum impact.