Dream After Covid

Designing Responsible Entrepreneurial Actions with social Mindset AFTER COVID (DREAM AFTER COVID) – 101051610

PROJECT DETAILS

PASOS (Spain), together with Oriel (Italy), BWNGO (Egypt), and BRAVO (B&H), created the DREAM AFTER COVID project proposal, that aims to foster entrepreneurship in youth in the post – COVID society, as a way of increasing their inclusion and civic participation.

During this project, the participants will learn to create and manage:

  • Socially sustainable projects
  • Acquire capacities in democracy management
  • Innovation
  • Collective intelligence
  • Resilience
  • Participative leadership
  • Also to become more active as citizens

The objectives of this project, and activities designed for achieving them, are:

  • TO ENGAGE youth workers and youngstersin the creation of social projects that contribute to the COVID-19 recovery process.
  • Training course in Egypt: 5 youth workers/ organisation will take part in the Dragon Dreaming principles and the Introduction to Innovation training.
  • Local Workshops: Given to the young people by the participants of the Course in Egypt, to transfer the methodology acquired.
  • Online mentoring: Given to the participants, divided in 5 teams. Each team will choose their social project and work towards its development, advised by the mentors.
  • TO CONNECT youth workers and youngsters with fewer opportunities across the participating countries
  • Creation of the Interactive Brochure: The participants will create the Democracy Tools that will be documented in the Brochure. It will also contain entrepreneurship tools and details of the projects developed by the participants.
  • Youth Exchange in Spain: 10 young people and a mentor/ organisation will share their projects
    and the experience gained while developing them.
  • TO EMPOWER youth communities with the DD Methodology for the creation of sustainable projects being respectful with our planet, with our society, and with themselves.
  • Dissemination Campaign: The outcomes of the project will be transferred to youth communities through Conferences, social media and website communication and Internal Workshops.
  • WP1: Implementation of project activities

Preparatory activities: We will select 5 youth workers+10 youngsters (who are part of our entities), giving priority to candidates with fewer opportunities.

Training Course in Egypt: The Course will be an opportunity for 5 youth workers/ organisation (20 people in total) to familiarize themselves with the Dragon Dreaming principles and go through the Introduction to Innovation training.

Local Workshops: The Workshops are designed to take maximum advantage of their multiplier potential.

Course in Egypt: Their purpose will be to further transfer the methodology acquired at the course.

Online Mentoring: Online mentoring sessions will be given to the participants, divided in 5 teams.

Creation of Democracy Management: Tools Assisted by their Town Halls, the participants will identify the democracy processes and foundations established in their countries. In addition, Oriel will transfer their knowledge about the Conceptual Framework of the Global State of Democracy.

Youth Exchange in Spain: Its participants (10 young people and a mentor/ organisation) will share their projects and the experience gained while developing them, principal challenges encountered and their comments on all the above and on their contribution to the COVID recovery process.

Teaching Tools and Materials to be used in the project
Learning Methods to be used in the project

  • WP2: Project management

PASOS, as the main project coordinator, will be responsible for:

-Indicators and results monitoring according to the timeline attached and deadlines.

-Writing Internal Cooperation Agreements

-Elaborating and submitting reports and relevant documents. Partners will support PASOSin all the necessary documents for reporting

-Arranging necessary online meetings and coordinating effective communication between partners.

QUALITY ASSURANCE
Lead by BWNGO. The quality plan includes an evaluation procedure which will measure the internal and external project satisfaction. The tools presented in the manual are meant to check and measure processes and outputs during the project development and evaluate it at the end. Different categories of tools are devised:

● Project Matrix represents control lists to assess any progress and the rate of success of project activities in relation to specific objectives and expected results.

● Templates (Internal Monitoring): used as preventive actions to ensure smooth development of specific project activities, through the control of any steps needed for the achievement of the results.

● Quality Control Forms (Internal and External Monitoring): will be used as means to assess the outcomes of specific project activities carried out and to take corrective measures for the critical issues which will be outlined through these tools.

RISKS IDENTIFICATION AND ASSESSMENT

Leady by BRAVO.
Risk management helps to identify and address the risks that might arise during the project implementation. The objectives of a constant Risk Management are:

● identify project risks.

● define strategies for their prevention.

● minimize the impact to the project in case they occur.

The constant risk management increases the likelihood of successfully achieving the project objectives.

DISSEMINATION CAMPAIGN
Reaching a wide number of persons from our target audience will help us to achieve the 3rd objective of our project and multiply the results. The campaign is composed by 2 phases. Phase 1: Dissemination during the project Phase 2: Dissemination of the project’s results

IMPACT ASSESSMENT
Lead by ORIEL. The Impact Evaluation will be a relevant key to analyse and demonstrate we have reached the results and objectives expected.

 

  • WP3 – Dissemination Campaign Management and Impact Assessment

In Dragon Dreaming, the Celebrating Phase is very important as it shifts participants from “Performing” to “Transforming”, to the stage of “Authentic Community”. Neurologically it involves the amygdala and hippocampus of the brain, that fixes short term memory and emotions into long term memory, stimulates the pleasure centres such as the nucleus acumbens, and releases a flood of dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin in the brain. When participants celebrate (a project), they replenish their valuable creative energy. This is why Dragon Dreaming emphasises on celebration – the conscious appreciation of everything we have accomplished and what we have learned (from each other). It is based upon gratitude and thankfulness, recognition of what has happened, seeing what we have done.

Tasks included:
T3.1. Impact Assessment
Oriel will develop an Impact Plan that will include the impact defined, its indicators and sources.
T3.2. Dissemination Campaign (Conferences, Project Website, Internal Workshops, etc)
T3.3. Creation of an interactive brochure (Leader PASOS)
We will create an interactive brochure (70-80 pages long) that will be titled “Youth Community COVID-19 Response
to build a resilient society.

PROJECT ACTIVITIES

POSTER

KICK OFF AGENDA

POSTER-MEETING IN SARAJEVO

 

INFOPACK MEETING IN SARAJEVO (BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA)

 

POSTER OF TC EGYPT

 

 

INFOPACK TRAINING COURSE IN EGYPT

POSTER OF FIRST THE LOCAL WORKSHOP
POSTER OF THE SECOND LOCAL WORKSHOP 

POSTER OF THE YOUTH EXCHANGE IN SPAIN

INFOPACK OF THE YOUTH EXCHANGE IN SPAIN 

YOUTH EXCHANGE IN SPAIN SUMMARY VIDEO

POSTER OF THE MEETING HELD IN ITALY

AGENDA OF THE MEETING HELD IN ITALY

DREAM AFTER COVID_INTERACTIVE BROCHURE_ENGLISH VERSION 

DREAM AFTER COVID_INTERACTIVE BROCHURE_SPANISH VERSION 

DREAM AFTER COVID_INTERACTIVE BROCHURE_ITALIAN VERSION 

DREAM AFTER COVID_INTERACTIVE BROCHURE_BOSNIAN VERSION 

DREAM AFTER COVID_INTERACTIVE BROCHURE_ARABIAN VERSION 

YOUTH EXCHANGE IN SPAIN SUMMARY VIDEO

NEWSLETTERS Nº1

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