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Dissemination by EOLAS

The first part of the event took place on July 10th in Guadalupe, Badajoz, Spain, and took advantage of the momentum created with the summer school on responsible tourism and an encounter of international Geoparks. The encounter was chosen due to the importance responsible and sustainable tourism activities are in the activities of Geoparks, with relevant experiences and examples.

Dissemination in Malta

The E2 event in Malta took place on the 15th May 2017 at the University of Malta. In the absence of any national or regional events that are focused on responsible tourism or related topics, it was decided to alpha-test the CORRIE project. Further one-to-one meetings to present and discuss the CORRIE Intellectual Outputs were conducted with members of the tourism industry, and tourism stakeholders.

Dissemination Event by BDF

The second Multiplier Event in The Netherlands was held on the 12th of July 2017. It was organised in the afternoon followed by a summer barbecue for partners of the Kanselarij. The Kanselarij is a multi-tenant building for business, education and government in the center of Leeuwarden. BDF’s office is also located in this building.

Dissemination Event by SPI

The participants in the Workshop organized by SPI on Sever do Vouga on the 9th October 2017 with representatives of hotels recreational activities companies. After the initial presentation of the persons, companies and their relation to tourism and responsible tourism, a presentation of the project was done, providing information about the project goals, methodology, target group, activities and results, focusing on the training materials under development.

Multiplier Event by EOLAS

The event took place on November 14th of 2016, in Badajoz, Spain, and was held in collaboration with the annual encounter of members of the Extremadura Tourism Cluster. In total 10 representatives of the tourism sector attended the event, representing 7 different organisations. All except the members of the tourism cluster who participated are owners/managers of (micro)-SMEs offering accommodation, wellness services, leisure activities or IT applications for the tourism sector.

Multiplier Event in Northern Ireland

The first multiplier event for the CORRIE project was organised on the 20th of August 2016. It was an informal networking and information session with several organisations to set up and involve a network of regional stakeholders. During the event the CORRIE project was presented and the Intellectual Outputs were explained. Discussions were held on the most relevant design and content for the Intellectual Outputs.

Multiplier Event from Eurocrea

Eurocrea has organized this multiplier event E1 Creating the network of Stakeholders in GUIMARÃES on 28th of September 2016, in occasion of the International Congress 2016 of EBN – the European Business Incubation Centre Network focused on the theme “DESIGN FOR INNOVATION”.

Multiplier Event in Portugal

The participants in the Workshop organized by SPI in its headquarters on the 15th September 2017 were representatives of hotels and restaurants. After the initial presentation of the persons, companies and their relation to tourism and responsible tourism, a presentation of the project was done, providing information about the project goals, methodology, target group, activities and results.

Multiplier Event in the Netherlands

The first multiplier event for the CORRIE project was organised on the 23rd of August 2016. It was an informal brainstorm session with several organisations to set up and involve a network of regional stakeholders. During the event the CORRIE project was presented and the Intellectual Outputs were explained.

Canice Consulting organizes kick-off meeting of the CORRIE project

Project partners will get together in a week time (25th january) in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, to debate the finalization of the CORRIE Training Kit Manual, that will be then made available on the project website to be downloaded for free.

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