Transnational Project Meetings:

Kick-off Meeting

Hosting organization: Fundacja CiM. 

Month: 1.

Mid-term Meeting

Hosting organisation: Mine Vaganti NGO. 

Month: 11. 

Final Evaluation Meeting

Hosting organisation: ECO-LOGIC. 

Month: 23. 

Final Evaluation Meeting , 27th June 2024

Joint Staff Training Event:

The event was led in Poland by Fundacja CIM with a total of 20 participants who were interested in developing knowledge, skills and attitudes related to Circular Economy, Plastic Craftwork, Tinkering and Co-creation. To raise awareness on these issues, the participants worked on theoretical sessions and workshops. JSTE aimed at providing comprehensive joint learning and exchange between the participants who were at risk of exclusion on tools and methodologies to foster Circular Economy and sustainability through art, craft and NFE methodologies by testing the Training Format. During the local workshops, it was also aimed to lay the foundation for the co-creation of the R2 activities.

Multiplier Event:

In the next months, all partners will implement the Multiplier Events in their countries to promote and disseminate the project results and outcomes achieved by the project. The objectives of the Multiplier Events:

– Presentation of project results
– Provide participating unemployed adults with a chance of sharing their direct testimony/experience
– Receiving feedback on project results and outputs from stakeholders

N° of participants: 60 individuals

Profile: The external audience involved will comprise the general public, elderly adults, policymakers at the local and regional level and stakeholders in the field of Adult education and Circular Economical businesses.

The stakeholder audience will include representatives from:
– Adult education institutions.
– NGOs and associations.
– Circular Economical businesses.
– Organisations/public agencies providing services for elderly people.

Please reach out to our partners for further details and to express your interest in participating in Multiplier Events.

Local Activities:

The events were led in all partner countries by all partners with a total of 30 participants who were unemployed individuals aged 45 and above, seeking to broaden their understanding and practical skills in Circular Economy and Plastic Craftworks. Local activities aimed to test the Interactive Toolkit (R2) and develop video tutorials for Result 3. The local workshops involved theoretical session on basic circular economy and plastic craftwork concepts delivered using the tinkering methodology, as well as practical sessions that helped the participants put into practice the knowledge and skills acquired

Radio Broadcasts

One of our project partners, Caritas Archidiecezji Przemyskiej, made a recording on “Circular Economy” in Polish language with RADIO SOVO.

You can access the recording by following this link:

The Polish text on the website is below. Also, if you follow, the English translation of the page is also available below.

What is a Circular Economy (CE)?
UTW Sanok

Many waste materials can be reused multiple times.

A Circular Economy, also known as a circular model, is a system of production and consumption that involves sharing, borrowing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing, and recycling existing materials and products for as long as possible. This approach extends the lifecycle of products. In practice, it means minimizing waste. When a product’s lifecycle ends, the raw materials and waste from it should remain in the economy through recycling. They can be successfully reused, creating additional value. Learn more about the program at the website –

One of our project partners, Fundacja im. Braci Sołuńskich – Cyryla i Metodego, recently participated in a radio broadcast on Radio FARA to summarise the IDEA project. This broadcast provides an overview of the project, detailing the activities undertaken and the results achieved. 

 You can listen to the broadcast by following this link in Polish language: