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The TraMe project meeting was held in Malta between the 4th and 6th of March, 2015. Partners from Hungary, Turkey, Ireland, Germany and Malta attended the meeting.

Paragon Europe organised visits to different organisations to showcase best practices of intergenerational learning in the Maltese Crafts Sector.

During the first day of the project meeting, partners visited the Lifelong Learning Center. In the afternoon, Paragon Europe organised a national seminar: The Impact of Modern Technology on Intergenerational Learning and the Transferring of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Representatives from various organisations attended the seminar, including: The Lifelong Learning Center, Malta Crafts Council,Design and Technology Learning Center,  project partners and other prestigious local actors. Presentations were given by local and foreign speakers and the national video developed through the TraMe project was shown during the Seminar.

During the second day of the project meeting the partners visited the Hamrun Local Council. Here participants had the opportunity to learn about the work done by the Council and meet local artisans in the field of filigree.

Furthermore, the partners meeting was held during these dates, were partners discussed the progress of the project and a plan was discussed for the upcoming months.

The TraMe project meeting was held in Malta between the 4th and 6th of March, 2015. Partners from Hungary, Turkey, Ireland, Germany and Malta attended the meeting.

Paragon Europe organised visits to different organisations to showcase best practices of intergenerational learning in the Maltese Crafts Sector.

During the first day of the project meeting, partners visited the Lifelong Learning Center. In the afternoon, Paragon Europe organised a national seminar: The Impact of Modern Technology on Intergenerational Learning and the Transferring of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Representatives from various organisations attended the seminar, including: The Lifelong Learning Center, Malta Crafts Council,Design and Technology Learning Center,  project partners and other prestigious local actors. Presentations were given by local and foreign speakers and the national video developed through the TraMe project was shown during the Seminar.

During the second day of the project meeting the partners visited the Hamrun Local Council. Here participants had the opportunity to learn about the work done by the Council and meet local artisans in the field of filigree.

Furthermore, the partners meeting was held during these dates, were partners discussed the progress of the project and a plan was discussed for the upcoming months.


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