Multiplier events

Recap: Successful Completion of Multiplier Events!

We are thrilled to announce the successful realization of five Multiplier events held in Italy, North Macedonia, Spain, Turkey, and Slovenia.

These events served as key platforms for promoting and disseminating our project, bringing together stakeholders and participants from various countries. Let’s take a look at the highlights of these impactful events:


The primary goal of the Multiplier events was to share the project idea, outline the activities, and shed light on the subsequent phases of the project. Participants gained a deeper understanding of the project’s objectives and the expected results, fostering a greater sense of engagement and collaboration.

During these events, the results of the exploratory research conducted by UNIZAR were shared. Participants had the opportunity to delve into the findings, gaining valuable insights into the project’s research endeavors.

The Multiplier events also showcased  the created e-learning platform. This platform serves as a virtual workspace and a space for cross-country socialization, enabling participants to connect, collaborate, and exchange ideas for future activities. The platform acts as a central hub for fostering a sense of community and collaboration among partners and educational institutions.



Additionally, the events aimed to establish a strong sense of community and foster cooperation between partners and educational institutions. The objectives of the project were discussed, and a commission was set up to ensure a unified approach towards achieving these objectives.


The successful completion of the Multiplier events marks a significant milestone in our project’s journey. We extend our gratitude to all the participants, partners, and educational institutions involved in making these events a resounding success. 

Together, we have built a strong foundation for collaboration and progress. 

Stay tuned for further updates as we continue to advance towards our project’s goals and objectives.


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