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The following table has been designed to help participants differentiate between the various meetings taking place in Prague 1-4 October.
The Charles University Environment Center will host the 2014 UE4SD Annual General Meeting in Prague on Thursday, 2 October. The COPERNICUS Conference will follow the next day.
This will be the first time all 55 project partners will be assembled in one location, so it is a grand opportunity to discuss progress on the project to date, results of the mapping exercise, project management and administration, hear the perspectives of representatives from all four regional hubs, and discuss next project stages and potential involvement in the CA Conference.
The regional meeting for the UE4SD partners from the Western regional hub, including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland, took place at Leuphana University of Lüneburg on 27-28 February 2014. The purpose of the meeting was to inform regional partners about project management and together discuss first project activities, such as the mapping of opportunities for university educators to develop ESD competences in the partner countries. We additionally discussed expectations, had the opportunity to get to know each other and exchange experiences on ESD and higher education.
The steering group partners University of Gloucestershire, Autonomous University of Madrid, Charles University Prague and Leuphana University of Lüneburg, met on 3-4 February 2014 in Lüneburg to discuss project management requirements and the first project phase “Mapping the field”. A template for mapping the situation of ESD in higher education and ESD professional development opportunities for university educators in all UE4SD partner countries was finalised and the further mapping procedure was planned. Upcoming regional meetings and first ideas for the UE4SD annual meeting in Prague were discussed as well.