PRISMA (Projects: Resources, Insights and Management - a Social Media Approach) is a complex KA1 mobility project aiming to empower youth workers, youth leaders and project managers from 22 youth organisations from 12 countries (Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania and Turkey - EU/Programme countries and Moldova, Ukraine and Armenia- Eastern Europe & Caucasus) to raise their project management efficiency through social media tools and networking.
O1- to empower the participants in using social media tools for project management (collaborative work, time management, internal communication, visibility);
O2- to create a European network of organisations interested in developing their capacity through social media tools;
O3- to promote Erasmus+ framework in order to encourage participants to develop future projects together;
O4- promoting cultural diversity in a European context;
Target group: Youth workers, project managers, youth leaders from European and neighboring countries.
- 29.11-07.12.2014, training course, Bucharest, Romania (40 participants);
- December 2014 - April 2015, local multiplication campaign;
- 16-20.04.2015, seminar, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (28 participants);
Nonformal education methods based on active involvement of the participants: ice-breakers, energisers, simulation exercises, workshops, case-studies, debates, reflection groups, field study, conferences, working in online environment, working in intercultural subgroups, intercultural evening, NGO market etc.
PO1-  NGO markets;
PO2-  tutorials corresponding to the 4 pillars of the training course: collaborative work, time management, internal communication, visibility;
PO3- [1/participant] Youthpass Certificates;
PO4-  digital leaflet on the topic of "7 tips for collaborative work";
PO5-  digital leaflet on the topic of "7 tips for time management";
PO6- [4-5] project ideas;
PO7-  multiplication campaign at European level managed by all partner organisations;
PO8-  network focused on youth projects - PRISMA network;
Taking benefit of a large network of partners, we believe PRISMA will impact on their organisational capacity by sharing good practices, planning future projects and working together in the frame of the newly founded PRISMA network. Moreover, the local muiltiplication events will have a clear focus on the local communities aiming to raise awareness about social media tools that can be used in projects and in youth work. The project added value will be brought also by approaching a large variety of stakeholders (NGOs, public institutions, media, companies etc.) and linking this project to European Youth Capital 2015 - Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Nevertheless, some of the project outputs will be made available online assuring the visibility of the project, but also allowing other interested people to use these results in their work.
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