Erasmus +

Dissemanation!

Dissemination and promotion of the project and its results.

Activities serving the dissemination and exploitation of results are a way to showcase the work that has been done as part of the Erasmus+ project. Sharing results, lessons learned and outcomes and findings beyond the participating organisations will enable a wider community to benefit from a work that has received EU funding, as well as to promote the organisation’s efforts towards the objectives of Erasmus+, which attaches fundamental importance to the link between Programme and policies. 

Specific objectives:
1) to raise awareness on the project scope and activities;
2) to disseminate all project results and outcomes and extend the impacts of the project;
3) to engage stakeholders and consolidate the existing networks;
4) to ensure the sustainability of the project.

Newspapers

By publishing information in the local newspapers our project and its objectives became known to the local community, institutions and other schools and hopefully it will be an inspiring factor for some.

Social Media

Social Media is an effective way to reach a wide, intermational audience. ZS24 runs a Faceook fan page of the project with announcements and the latest news about the carried out activities. Mehmet Sinan Dereli Ortaokulu from Turkey and Ceip Inspector Joan Capó from Spain also run an Instagram pages.

Partners web pages

All information about the progress of the project work, activities and news are published on the institutions’ web pages. This is a very effective way to disseminate the project among stakeholders at the partner institutions e.g. students and parents

Dissemination worldwide

Facebook page of the Paul Constantinescu Ploiești Philharmonic- an article and photos about the Emotions and percussion workshop held as part of the Performing a universal song together mobility in Romania

Erasmus Days 13th October, 2022

Makedonska Radio Televizija – National Public TV- Interview about the project Love Music Love Yourself

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