COOPTERR: Training on territorial cooperation

as part of the Erasmus+ project, “COOPTERR – Education in Territorial Cooperation Practices through Culture and Social & Solidarity Economy in Europe“, led by UFISC and with RIPESS Europe as one of the six partners (together with CRIES – Romania, Fekete Sereg – Hungary, Largo Residencias –  Portugal and Solidarius – Italy), there will be a 2 days online training session on April 12 and 14.

The goal is to foster networking between actors involved in territorial cooperation, and disseminate their practices and methods. In short, the project aims at developing training methods and resources, in order to help professionals and volunteers to improve their territorial cooperation practices.

As members of RIPESS Europe, you are invited to participate.  The training will be in English.  See the programme below.


DAY 1 – 12th of April 2021
10am – 12:30 (/!\ Paris time) – Getting to know each other ; sharing knowledge and
experiences on cooperation (workshops)

2:30pm – 5pm – Presentation on territorial cooperation in France and exchanges ;
discussions about the goals of the training

5:30pm – 6:30pm – Meeting with UFISC cultural and SSE partners ; open discussions

DAY 2 – 14th of April 2021
10am – 12:30 (/!\ Paris time) – Presentation and discussion about Culture and
Cultural Rights (info: Cultural Rights) ; exchanges about values in cooperation

2:30 – 5pm – Presentation of experiences within the cultural field, discussions and
debate on the Cultural frame of reference, in relation with territorial cooperation

5:10 – 5:30pm – Evaluation of the training and perspectives for the third day

+ DAY 3 – 18th of May 2021 (date to confirm!)

If you are interested, please register for the online training here:

This post is also available in / aussi en: French Spanish

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