From the 5th to the 8th of March the Board Meeting of TDM 2000 International will be held in Malta. It will be a moment to assess the activities undertaken so far, discuss the role of the members and their projects and plan the following steps to take.
The 28th of January the project “Raise a problem, get an answer!” was presented to the Vice-President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani and to the MPE Lara Comi and Salvatore Cicu.
It was an important occasion to present them the work done until now by all the partners and to present the results achieved.
TDM 2000 International Annual General Meeting brought as a result the formalization of two new members: L’MIT – Info SKUC from Slovenia, and AKETH – D.C.T. from Greece. We want to welcome them to our network and wish them an excellent year rich of new projects, strong partnerships and empowerment.
TDM 2000 International Annual General Meeting was held from 18 to 21th December 2014 in Nurri, Sardinia. It was an important moment to transfer competences, training the people actively involved in the member organizations, share best practices, discuss about what belonging to the Network means, plan future activities, organize deadlines and formalize new members.
In November, under the action “Operating grants: civil society cooperation”, a cycle of trainings on Project Management applied to Erasmus + were delivered in Portugal and in Slovakia in order to empower the members of the network.
The aim of this cycle of trainings was to increase the skills and expertise of the members in areas such as project, financial and EVS management.
The Board Meeting of TDM 2000 International Network will take place in November in Malta. The meeting will count with the presence of Angelica Perra (President), Bettina Schreier (Vice president), Petra Galea Debono (Network Developer) and Michele Demontis (Secretary).
“Yerevan is beautiful, and the people incredibly welcoming, the project timetable was really interesting and motivating and those unknown people at the beginning of the project are now close friends of mine, with whom I talk very frequently. And they are scattered all around the World, waiting for me to have time (and money) to visit them one day… This is Youth in Action programme in its best… Thanks European Union for providing these opportunities (not only) to the European Youth, many thanks TDM 2000 for fostering these projects, and a special thank you ESN Minho for allowing me to help others to attend Youth in Action projects as well.
We would like to proudly announce that our application for the operating grant called “Operating grants: civil society cooperation” was approved by European Commission with Erasmus +.
Within this project we are going to implement a series of activities at local level , at international level and online. Our working plan includes a variety of activities focusing at empowering young people and youth organisations in general.
We have also foreseen a number of activities “on the field”: job shadowing, internships, EVS, exchange of professionals, that will be part of our planned activities to empower the capacity of youth organizations and of youngsters. A series of activities are also devoted to favour