PROJECT: “REINVENTING THE FUTURE”
Project start date: 01-09-2018
End date: 31-08-2020
This strategic partnership has been created to achieve the objective of equipping adult trainers and adults with new knowledge and tools for them to start developing innovative and sustainable projects in a collaborative way; this will also foment entrepreneurship and social inclusion among local citizens.
1.To design a new and innovative Dragon Dreaming Methodology: This will be done by sharing the best practices.
2.To create didactic materials in which adult learners and adult people can acquire the Dragon Dreaming Methodology in an easy way. Intellectual outputs: interactive book+ film (15 short videos)
3.To transfer to European countries the Dragon Dreaming Methodology through an effective dissemination campaign
What causes a new project to fail are insufficient confidence level and inadequate or non-existent tools and methodologies. Dragon Dreaming methodology clearly provides solutions for the organisations to solve this problem.
Regarding participants, after their participation, they will be more empowered and motivated since:
-they will gain the ability of creating and managing sustainable projects putting into practice new Dragon Dreaming tools and skills
-they will prove especially useful for working on topics such as inclusion of adults with fewer opportunities.
The main activities in the Project include:
(a)We will carry out 2 transnational meetings, attended by 2 persons from each entity (project coordinator+dissemination coordinator):
-Kick off meeting in Spain.It was planned for September 2018, but we did it on October.
-Evaluation Meeting in UK. Planned for July 2020
-Mid-term meeting (by Skype)
(b) Intellectual outputs
The best practices exchange will be the basis for the creation of a new Dragon Dreaming Methodology with more inclusive, motivational and entrepreneurial features. Adult trainers and adult learners will have an easy way of learning this new methodology through an interactive book and a film (intellectual outputs) which will be created by our strategic partnership.
(c) Three learning activities:
c.1) A3-day participatory visit in UK where CRINNOVA will share best practices on inclusion
c.2) A3-day participatory visit in Finland where Learnmera will share their good practices, initiatives and programmes about motivation and entrepreneurship for adults.
c.3) A10-day course in Spain will be carried to test the effectiveness of the methodology and the interactive book. It will be attended by 10 participants of each entity, who will learn and experience a participatory and creative technique for project design and entrepreneurship called “Dragon Dreaming”.
(d) Multiplier events:
Celebration of one conference per country, followed by a workshop. 40 attendees per country, relevant stakeholders + mass media.
- e) Other supplementary activitieswithout specific budget:
e.1) The knowledge and tools acquired during the course will be further transferred onto other adult trainers and adult people through internal workshops, which will be organized by the direct participants of the training. This, along with the new methodology and intellectual outputs, will result helpful in the new project creation activities which will be carried out by local society members.
Each organisation will carry out 4 internal workshops (1 Phase each workshop: Dreaming, Planning, Doing and Celebrating) in which they will create projects that will go through these phases. These new projects will look forward to having a positive impact and benefit the adult and our society.
No. of projects done by adult participants and trainers (at least 1 for each entity)
e.2) We will carry out a dissemination campaign involving the participation of main stakeholders to maximize the exploitation of the results and intellectual outputs (interactive book and film). (At least 67 entities contacted per country).
CRINNOVA Solutions Ltd
Coordinators: Rajesh Pathak and Christine Lawrence
Intellectual Output developers: Spela Res and VaishaliPathak
*Asociación de Costarricenses en el Reino Unido
*The Poppy Factory.
*The People Tree Foundation
Coordinators: Oscar Argumosa and Carmen Solla.
Intellectual Output developers & Dragon Dreaming trainers: Julia Ramos and Beatriz Gallego
Translation and Support: Silvia Abascal:
*Adult Service Agency
*Agency for the promotion and development of the Pasiegan Valleys
Coordinators: Veronica Gelfgren and Julia Bazyukina
Intellectual Output developers: InêsMessias and Marja-LiisaHelenius
Associated partners:They will involve at least 3 entities
Participant’s selection, preparationand recognision
Participants Selection: The entities involved will prepare a call of participants in which each organisation will select the final group of participants (adult trainers) and the adult leader in their country. Each entity will carry out the following tasks:Preparation of a Call of Participants, Dissemination, Selection and Results Notification
The hosting organisation will be responsible of logistical preparation during for learning activities: Arrange participants’ accommodation, Kitchen Service, Risk Prevention (Safety and Protection Measures), Preparation of Participants, Transportation Management during the activity.
**Linguistic Preparation: As speaking English is one of the requirements the participants must comply, each organisation will support them to issue the Europass Language Passport. In this way, we will be able to analyse their English level in order to see if someone needs additional English assistance before the activity. Each organisation will be responsible to provide English Classes or/and tools for those who require to increase their level before their travel.
Preparation regarding the project- We will send an info pack that includes a project summary and course programme to each organisation. A meeting in person will be held, so the adult trainer project coordinator from each organisation can explain the participants all the details regarding the project and the course in Spain.
Preparatory Meetings- The adult trainer project coordinator in each organisation will arrange all the necessary meetings with the participants in order to prepare all the tasks of the project.
Participants involvement and recognision:
After learning activities, adult trainers and adult leaders taken part on mobilities should conduct the internal workshop.
We will issue the following certificates for participants:
– EUROPASS MOBILITY DOCUMENT(after the course)
-Europass Language Passport (each participant should get one before learning activities)
– Attendance Certificate (at the end of each mobility)
O1: DRAGON DREAMING INTERACTIVE BOOK
The interactivebook will be between 70- 80 pages long.
It will explain the Dragon Dreaming methodology for adults and adult trainers and it will be comprised of 7 units:
**Unit 1: Developing a new business culture: Win-Win-Win
**Unit 2: Systems Thinking
**Unit 3: Systemic Leadership
**Unit 4: Collective intelligence
**Unit 5: Participatory co-creative methods and tools
**Unit 6: Succesfull projects need strong teams. The 4 personality archetypes and their importance.
**Unit 7: The Great Turning: Creating a Sustainable Future
The final product of the output will be an interactive book in English, Spanish and Finnish.
This interactive book will include multimodal features such as sounds, animations, videos, etc.
The interactive book is a good solution for catching adults’ attention to read the whole book and motivating them to start a new successful sustainable project.
Leading organisation: CRINNOVA
The writing of the interactive book will be collaborative.
We will proceed with the interactive layout of the booklet.
During the participative visit to Spain, the book will be evaluated and tested.
After having the final version of the book, each entity will translate it into its native language
O2: DRAGON DREAMING FILM
Duration: 75 min approximately.
The movie will present how to use the Dragon Dreaming method to foster entrepreneurship or design a project in a sustainable and successful way
The film will be composed of 15 short didactic films approximately covering the following topics:
- Introduction to Project Design.
1.1. History, Culture and Tools of Dragon Dreaming.
1.2. Deep listening and Charismatic Communication.
1.3. Dragon Dreaming Wheel: 4 phases.
1.4. The DD Wheel in 12 steps and force field.
- Building teams.
2.1. Self organized groups.
2.2. What’s a group?
2.3. Knowing us better.
2.4. Project curve and motivation team development.
- Planning projects I.
3.1. Knowledge of Dragon Dreaming.
3.2. Dreaming circles.
3.3. Set goals.
3.4. Meta goal of the project.
- Planing projects II.
4.1. Work planing. Karabirt 1.
4.2. Work planing. Karabirt 2.
4.3. Budget creation.
4.4. Regenerative economy and Fundrising.
- The pase of Action-Theory.
5.1. The pacific warrior: 7 things we can do for change the world.
5.2. Action and Supervision theory.
5.3. Roles and participatory leadership.
- Group Dynamics.
6.1. Facilities, conflict resolution.
6.2. Team work space.
6.3. Group process
6.4. Get the results from the feedback and learning process.
- 21st Century Organisations.
7.1. Check-in- Check-out.
7.2. Innovation in people and organisations.
7.3. Innovation and sustainability planning.
7.4. Systemic organisations.
*Permacultura Cantabria will be responsible for financial control.
*Each partner must report their expenses at the end of each month with supporting documents (scanned invoices issued to their organisation) to Permacultura Cantabria.Thus, we can plan possible revisions between budget items.
*Original documents may be requested during the controls, the Partner is liable to submit original copies of the documents and to keep accounting reports.The Commission may carry out inspections or evaluations within 5 years as of the date of application of the contract and the date on which the person is paid (as the total budget exceedsEUR 60 000).
*Partners are allowed to adjust the estimated budget by transfers between the differentbudget categories. The Coordinator and the Partners are allowed to transfer up to 20% of the funds allocated for project management and transnational project meetings, intellectual outputs, multiplier activities, learning/teaching/training activities and exceptional costs to any budget category except project management and implementation costs and exceptional costs.
Transfers may result with 20% increase at most on the amount set out in the following table. Approval of the Coordinator is required for each budget transfer.
|Project Management and Implementation||24.000,00|
|Transnational Project Meetings||4.970,00|
|*Budget details per Participating Organisations(Annex II)|
|Budget allocation per organisation as indicated in this section is not obligatory and may be modified by the beneficiary under the condition that the activities and outputs of the project are realised and delivered in accordance with this Grant Agreement and the work plan presented in the corresponding application form.
*If any deduction is made in the budget due to a failure by the partner to fulfill its obligations and/ or of a negligence, this amount shall be deducted from the budget of the partner. In case the next payment to be made does not suffice for the deduction, the Partner hereby accepts and undertakes to make this payment in cash.
The Project runs for 24 months starting on 01/09/2018 and finishing on 31/08/2020.
By 31/03/2019, the coordinator must complete a progress report on the implementation of the Project, covering the reporting period from the beginning of the implementation of the Project specified in Article I.2.2 to 01/03/2019.
By 01/10/2019, the coordinator must complete a progress report on the implementation of the Project, covering the reporting period from 01/03/2019 to 01/09/2019.
*Within 60 days after the end date of the Project, the coordinator must complete a final report on the implementation of the Project, and, when applicable, upload all project results in the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform (research, etc).
*The coordinator must use the Mobility Tool+ to record all information in relation to the activities undertaken under the Project, and to complete and submit the Interim and Final reports.
*All requests for payments and reports must be submitted in English.
- Project management and implementation
– Triggering event: the event that conditions the entitlement to the grant is that the beneficiary implements the activities and produces the outputs
– Supporting documents: proof of activities undertaken and outputs produced will be provided in the form of a description of these activities and outputs in the final report. In addition, outputs produced will be uploaded by the coordinator in the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform.
– Reporting: on behalf of the Project as a whole, the coordinator must report on the final distribution of funds and on undertaken activities and results.
- Transnational project meetings
(c) Supporting documents:
– For travel taking place between the sending organisation and the receiving organisation: proof of attendance of the activity in the form of a declaration signed by the receiving organisation(attendance certificate in annexes).
-Proof of attendance of the transnational project meeting in the form of a participants list signed by the participants and the receiving organisation(in annexes)
– Detailed agenda and any documents used or distributed at the transnational project meeting.
- Learning, teaching and training activities
(c) Supporting documents:
*For travel taking place between the sending organisation and the receiving organisation: proof of attendance of the activity in the form of a declaration signed by the receiving organisation specifying the name of the participant, the purpose of the activity, as well as its starting and end date;
* In case of travel from a place different than that where the sending organisation is located and/or travel to a place different than that where the receiving organisation is located which leads to a change of distance band, the actual travel itinerary shall be supported with travel tickets or other invoices specifying the place of departure and the place of arrival.
(ii) Individual support – Proof of attendance of the activity in the form of a declaration signed by the receiving organisation specifying the name of the participant, the purpose of the activity, as well as its start and end date;
- Intellectual outputs
Beneficiaries must not subcontract any activities funded from the budget category Intellectual outputs.
(c) Supporting documents:
-Proof of the intellectual output produced, which will be uploaded in the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform
-Proof of the nature of the relationship between the person and the beneficiary concerned (such as type of employment contract, voluntary work, SME ownership, etc.), as registered in the official records of the beneficiary. In all cases, the beneficiaries must be able to demonstrate the formal link with the person concerned, whether he/she is involved in the Project on a professional or voluntary basis. Persons working for a beneficiary on the basis of service contract (e.g. translators, web designer etc.) are not considered as staff of the organisation concerned.
-A time sheet per person (in annexes), identifying the name of the person, the category of staff (see the tables below), the dates and the total number of days of work of the person for the production of the intellectual output.
On behalf of the Project as a whole, the coordinator must report on the activities undertaken and results produced. The coordinator must include information on the start and end date and on the number of days of work per category of staff for each of the beneficiaries cooperating directly on the development of intellectual outputs.
- Multiplier events
(c) Supporting documents:
– Proof of attendance of the multiplier event in the form of a participants list signed by the participants specifying the name, date and place of the multiplier event, and for each participant: name and signature of the person, name and address of the sending organisation of the person (if applicable);
– Detailed agenda and any documents used or distributed at the multiplier event.
– On behalf of the Project as a whole, the coordinator must report on the description of the multiplier event, the intellectual outputs covered, the leading and participating organisations, the venue of the meeting and the numbers of local and international participants
– In the case that the beneficiaries do not develop the intellectual outputs applied for and approved by the NA, the related Multiplier events will not be considered eligible for grant support either.
DEVELOPMENT OF ACTIVITIES
On the 17-18th October 2018 took place the first transnational meeting in Ramales de la Victoria (Spain) to officially start the Erasmus+ project:
Permacultura Cantabria hosted the kick off meeting, which was attended by representatives from 3 European entities.
The main aim of this strategic partnership is to equip adult trainers and adults with new knowledge and tools for them to start developing innovative and sustainable projects in a collaborative way; as well as fomenting entrepreneurship and social inclusion among local citizens.
This will be achieved by designing a new and innovative Dragon Dreaming Methodology, creating didactic materials to facilitate the learning process and making an effective dissemination campaign through European countries.
Venue of the visit: London (United Kigdom).
Date: April 9-11, 2019.
Rajesh Pathak and Dagmara Lesniak from CRINNOVA Solutions Ltd (United Kingdom),
Oscar Argumosa and Silvia Abascal from Permacultura Cantabria (Spain) and
Lioudmila Saarinen and Ilhan Elmi from SIRIUS (Finland).
VISIT to Crinnova Solutions Limitedin London, (United Kigdom)
PURPOSE OF THE VISIT
To transfer the best practices and techniques regarding inclusion in the adult field carried out by Crinnovathrough a participatory visit.
During the participatory visit in UK, CRINNOVAwill transfer the rest of the organisations their best practices and techniques to help adult people, who are at risk of marginalisation, be part of the society. CRINNOVA has experience in inclusion through international exchanges, non-formal education, arts, music and creativity for cultural approach, cultural dialogue and participation in environmental business ideas.
In addition, during this visit, CRINNOVA will involve the participation of different organisations who carry out initiatives in the adult field.
DAY 1: Tuesday 9th April 2019
15.00 Welcome meeting at CRINNOVA presented by Rajesh Pathak.
16.00 Presentation from Crinnova
*Inclusive UK: Main initiatives carried out by UK for the inclusion of people from disadvantaged groups
* Inclusive Best Practices carried out by Crinnova. Their 3E philosophy: we aim to Embrace diversity, Enhance knowledge, Empower people
19:00 Dinner and cultural night: Major sights of London starting with British Museum, Holborn and surrounding regions. Then Piccadilly, Regent Square and ion to Trafalgar Square, The Mall, Buckingham palace and Parliament Square.
DAY 2: Wednesday 10thApril 2019
9:30 Presentation: Motivational techniques in the adult field carried out by Crinnova
14:30 Presentationfrom Asociación de Costarricenses en el Reino Unido: Bestpractices transfer in inclusion. Initiatives to foster inclusion of Latin American adults in Europe
14:00 Round table with Asociación de Costarricensesen el ReinoUnido and the project’s partners
17:00 Networking activity. Sharing contacts and expanding strategies of networking.
DAY 3: Thursday 11st April 2019
8:30Visit the Poppy Factory. Presentation of their activities. Walk around their facilities.
10:00 Round table: Integration of disabled ex-Servicemen and women. Best practices exchange around inclusion of disabled people.
11:00 Visit The People Tree Foundation. Creating sustainability: The importance of environmental justice and trade fare.
12:30 Round table with The People Tree Foundation and the project’s partners
14:00 Launch and return trip
-Oscar Argumosa: He is the president of the NGO Permacultura Cantabria and he has coordinated more than 20 Erasmus projects. He is also an adult trainer, applying the Dragon Dreaming Methodology with adult people in different activities.
– Silvia Abascal: a graduate in English Philology, who also speaks German, French and Greek. She has 10 years of experience as a translator. She will be responsible for simultaneous translations and support to the coordinator and participants during mobilities.
-Rajesh Pathak, a Masters graduate. 15 years experience in state and private institutions, in London and South East England, promoting and developing intercultural and ICT skills among learners of all abilities and both genders. He will be the project coordinator. A qualified TEFL he has taught across many nationalities. Prior to education, he worked promoting joint ventures and technology transfer projects across Asia-Pacific in such industries as packaging, pharmaceuticals, construction and green solutions to financial services.