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     partner group was supposed to send two people there, but we were
 
     partner group was supposed to send two people there, but we were
 
     not able to realize that due to setting the dates on short notice.
 
     not able to realize that due to setting the dates on short notice.

Revision as of 22:05, 4 July 2012

<= Summer Camp 2012

Skype conference 04.07.2012

  • decide who will write the minutes of the Skype conference
  • discuss agenda's proposal

Agenda's Proposal

1) State of affairs
   a) Tasks: what has been done since last meeting, what is urgently 
      to be done (info from everyone)
   b) Participants: who will join from which country? (update)
   c) financial issues - update

2) Travel costs refunding
   Discussion of applications for travel costs refunding of
non-EU-country participants
3) Promotion a) press releases: translation, media contacts, send it out; new release for camp start b) postal letters - update c) email invitations to anti-nuclear groups & individual friends (info from everyone) d) special invitation and communication with specific groups and people we want particularly to see in the camp e) social networks: Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, vkontakte, ... Hospitality Club, Couchsurfing, BeWelcome, ... (update) 4) Advanced planning visit issues - the preparation meeting we had in June was an obligatory element of the grant. Actually every partner group was supposed to send two people there, but we were not able to realize that due to setting the dates on short notice. However, we need to have 2 people from each partner country in the participants list of this preparation meeting. -> As this is very important for the grant, we need to discuss how to deal with this issue. There are possibilities we can talk about. -> L. & B. had suggested another preparation meeting in Germany. We need to figure out if it will work out. 5) Logistics check To Do list, open tasks list, list of responsibilities and open questions list 6) Set the program by topics: a) Presentations - what presentations groups will offer? What topics would we like to see in the camp? b) Networking - what network tools & workshops we want? - International Uranium Conference? - More suggestions? c) Open day? What to do with the remaining programme day? - Should there be an open day in the programme or not? Or better use the day for more presentations or for more networking? Here you can see the programme schedule proposal of the EU application (you have to scroll down to see it): http://www.greenkids.de/europas-atomerbe/index.php/Campaign:International_Anti-nuclear_Gathering_%28Youth_Exchange%29#Partnership.2C_theme_and_activities