The partners of the MIVA project has met for the second time, 15-16 October on a transnational meeting hosted by Enoros Consulting Ltd, in Nicosia, Cyprus. We have concluded a fruitful 2-day meeting, where we had the chance to update each other about the current state of the project and were engaged in important discussions about the next steps of the project.
The partnership is ready for the next phase, in which further cross-cultural activities will be organised in 6 countries, including football matches, cooking courses, walking tours and intercultural festivals, and we are also spreading the wider use of our brilliant INDIGO-application which is a great and easy-to-use App, for exchanging objects and services, as well as for the organisation of solidarity actions. The App has already more than 14 000 active adverts for the exchange of services and objects!
We are also starting the elaboration of capacity building workshops to be held for those active members of the host communities, who would like better support the integration and engagement of Third Country Nationals in the social and cultural life of their countries.
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