Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region/Working meetings/Fifth meeting

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September 20-24, 2014 in Döbeln, Germany


You are invited to join the fifth working meeting week of the Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region project! - This meeting will be an opportunity for you to get involved to the network/project, to continue your project activities, to volunteer for tasks and also to network with other activists joining the event.

We can possibly help with your travel costs, if needed. In this case, please contact the finances group as soon as possible and before you come!


Contents

topics and projects

This section is in process - topics and further schedules will be clarified with the participants of the meeting.

working groups having audio meetings during this week:

  • ...


projects meeting and working here during this week:

  • book project:
    • individual investigations and text work during the week
    • deadline for providing articles for discussions
    • feedback and discussion on selected articles
  • flyer project:
    • flyer: Atomic threats around the Baltic Sea
    • maybe flyers on concrete facilities
  • ...


upcoming campaigns and events:


presentations:

  • ...


issues to be discussed

  • preparation of last working & evaluation meeting in November
    • who and how to invite?
    • practical arrangements to be discussed
  • discussion of main roles and tasks
    • division of responsibilities and tasks is not well done so far - an important challenge to be faced
  • milestones:
    • good if projects and working groups set up milestones for themselves to understand progress and successes made
  • secure communication - software workshop (?)


introduction day

If new people want to join the working meeting, who were not involved so far, we will provide an introduction day to give an overview and introduce them to those topics they are particularly interested in. If you are one of those new people, please contact us[1] soon so that we can get prepared!


reporting Skype conference


invitation

Hello,

we would like you to invite you to the next 5th working meeting, which
will take place in Döbeln, Germany, again. If you want to join, please
contact us (e-mail: atomicbaltic AT nuclear-heritage DOT net[2]).

The meeting will start and end a bit earlier than originally planned: We
will meet from 20th September (Saturday) - 24th September (Wednesday).

You can arrive there already the day before on 19th September, but on
24th (a Wednesday) we have to leave in the afternoon, so everyone
should prepare their journeys accordingly.

Details about this working can be found on the project website:
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/Atomic_Threats_In_The_Baltic_Sea_Region/Working_meetings/Fifth_meeting

Here are parts of the planned program:
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projects meeting and working here during this week:

- book project:
  - individual investigations and text work during the week
  - deadline for providing articles for discussions
  - feedback and discussion on selected articles
  - flyer project

- upcoming campaigns and events:
  - exhibition and info tour on Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region
    discussion
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/Atomic_Threats_In_The_Baltic_Sea_Region/Exhibition_and_info_tour


- presentations:
  - depending on the participants

- issues to be discussed
  - preparation of last working & evaluation meeting in November
        who and how to invite?
        practical arrangements to be discussed
  - discussion of main roles and tasks
        division of responsibilities and tasks is not well
        done so far

- an important challenge to be faced are milestones:
        good if projects and working groups set up milestones
        for themselves to understand progress and successes made
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Regards,


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