Online conferece and partner meeting 10th – 11th July 2020:
Sharing beyond borders – New ways for care, communication and cooperation of older people along the Danube and in Europe in times of COVID-19
10.07.2020: Virtual conference.
The extensive programme includes lectures, a panel discussion with European politicians and experts in the morning, workshops in the afternoon. Within the framework of the social evening winners and contributions of the CODANEC competition and the collection of contributions/short stories „Living in the time of Corona“ will be honoured.
11.07.2020: Presentations and exchange of good practice between civil society organisations along the Danube and in Europe
The conference language will be English, translation support in other languages will be given as far as possible. Registration is required. The programme and registration information will be published soon on the website codanec.eu. The virtual conference and partner meeting is supported by the State Ministry of Baden-Württemberg within the framework of the project CODANEC.
CODANEC Exhibition June 25 to July 15, at Haus der Begegenung Ulm, Germany
Selected entries from the CODANEC competitions will be exhibited in Haus der Begegnung in Ulm from 25 June to 15 July.
The exhibition can be watched online on our CODANEC website, click here.
The exhibition can be visited during the opening hours of Haus der Begegnung.
Address: Grüner Hof 7, 89073 Ulm
The Danube-Networkers invite the citizens of Europe to take part in creating an online collection:
Living in the time of corona – My personal experience
…to include short stories, poems, notes, reflections, anecdotes, interviews, photographs, caricatures and drawings
Come together! Connecting people in times of Corona by Culture
The Danube-Networkers in Ulm encourage people to join the COME TOGETHER session by video conference to enjoy the community and culture. We sing, make music or present lyrics as listeners or active participants.
The sessions take place regularly.
Check out more about how we connect cultures, how we strengthen solidarity and how we like to meet each other even in times of the corona crisis.
The new projects have started:
„Connecting Danube Neighbours“, financed by the Ministery of State Baden-Wuerttemberg
„Discovering European Neighbours in the Third Age“ co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
European project „Building Bridges for Europe“ – ideas and inspiration for educators and committed Europeans
Within the framework of the Erasmus+ partnership „Building bridges for Europe“ (BBE), nine project partners from six European countries (Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Slovenia and Italy) have created an online toolbox with projects and applied methods that strengthen European awareness and critical thinking of participants in the projects and help to break down prejudices against others.