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17. 11. 12
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The situation of the preparation the Europass Mobility documents by every member country is as follows:
Finnish team has already prepared documents concerning Mobility in Poland, Italy and Germany. They sent them to host countries to be signed. Italian team has already prepared the documents concerning Mobility in Poland and had them signed by the host country. Documents concerning Mobility in Finland have been prepared and sent to be signed.

Documents concerning Mobility in Germany haven’t been prepared yet. German team has already prepared documents concerning Mobility in Poland, Italy
and Finland and has given them to host countries to be signed. Spanish team has already prepared the documents concerning Mobility in Poland and Italy and had them signed by host countries. Documents concerning Mobility in Finland and Germany are being prepared.


Polish team has already prepared the documents concerning Mobility in Italy and had them signed by host country. Documents concerning Mobility in Finland and Germany are being prepared.

Barbara Dalidowicz

17. 11. 12
posted by: Italian team
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Report of the situation of dissemination of the HUMREV project through the eTwinning platform and other broadcasting systems.

Person in charge Mrs Giacinta Fogli

As regards the dissemination through eTwinning and through other media from January 2017 to June 2017 the situation is the following:

1. All the teachers involved in the project have signed up on the eTwinning platform; some Spanish teachers have signed up but haven't received the "accepted" to be in the project site.

2. Almost all the teachers involved in the project have already learnt how to use the eTwinning platform and they are improving their command of them;

Read More: Disemination report
17. 01. 11
posted by: Barbara Dalidowicz (GIMNAZJUM NR 21)
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Freedom of thought, conscience and religion is a very important element of our societies. Generally, Europe is still Christian, although it differs in its main faiths: Catholic and Protestant. The citizens of countries taking part in the research are Christian, however there is some dissonance in the attitude to rituals. There is a tendency to cease religious practice.

Our societies, although modern, keep the political and cultural traditions of previous generations. We can also notice our attachment to given rights and we believe our countries provide and protect the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

A very important element for the respondents was a family, as it is the source of our attachment to religion. We can assume, that in a few decades the family will play significant role in building the society, yet it will not be for the reasons of continuing religious traditions. On the other hand, challenges the Europeans have to face nowadays may cause going back to cultural roots.

A considerable part of respondents did not experience religious discrimination. Can we say then that we live in a friendly place where otherness is appreciated and differences respected? In the context of problems we experience in Europe nowadays, we cannot be sure.

Finally, the research showed our attachment to human rights, therefore we have to remember, that our freedom ends where other people’s freedom begins. 

17. 11. 12
posted by: German Team
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This time we used a different approach to find out what impact the project has left on people getting in contact with it. A survey with Google was created and sent to all partners to pass it on or publish it in the appropriate way. After roughly a month 51 people have responded and on this data the report is based.

62 per cent of the people answering are active members of the project. This also means that this time we also got feedback from people who are not within the inner circle. 11.8 % are parents or family members. The majority or people involved or connected with the programme are females (66.7 per cent). The quota for male participants during the last mobility in Germany was only a bit over 10% (4:35). So with the questionnaire we can prove that more male are interested in the topic then seen or ready to apply for a week abroad.

Read More: Impact Report on the HUMREV Project
17. 01. 11
posted by: Barbara Dalidowicz (GIMNAZJUM NR 21)
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All the partners are to obliged to prepare Europass Mobility documents after every Mobility week.

The procedure of preparing documents differs depending on every country. All the partners have already contacted their National Agencies and checked the procedures they have to follow.

Italian, Spanish and Polish members are also going to prepare Europass documents for teachers, the Finnish are not, while the Germans have not decided yet. The Spanish partners would like the skills for teachers to be agreed for all partners.

All the members, except for the Finnish, are going to prepare Europass documents in two languages (English and their mother tongue).

Italian and Polish teams have already prepared the Europass documents after the Mobility in Poland and Italy. During the Transnational meeting in Finland they had the documents confirmed by the coordinators of hosting schools. Other teams are to supposed to prepare the documents and send them by snail mail to the hosting school to confirm or bring them to Mobility in Finland. 

Human Rights in a European Community of Values