Interactive Goals Project Concludes Third Transnational Meeting in Monza, Italy

The Interactive Goals project has concluded its third and final transnational meeting in Monza, Italy. All partner organizations involved in the project were represented at the event, with at least one member from each organization present. The host partner, Consorzio Comunita’ Brianza (CCB), in the project represented by Rachele Meda, warmly welcomed all participants to Monza and the CCB’s premises.

For two productive days, the participants discussed the implementation of the project, presented the results of their Multiplier Events, prepared for the final reports, and agreed on actions to ensure the sustainability of the project.

On the first day of the meeting (26.10.), special attention was paid to the management and implementation of the project. Partners shared their experience with the project implementation and evaluated the cooperation among partners. The results of the project management questionnaire were presented revealing that the implementation of the project had been a success, and the partners were generally satisfied with the work that had been done within the project. In the afternoon, the participants discussed the project’s dissemination activities and planned the next steps of the communication process.

After productive discussions, the Interactive Goals team then embarked on a guided tour around Monza city center, allowing attendees to appreciate the rich cultural heritage of the region.

On the second day (27.10.), the participants addressed the long-term sustainability of the project, ensuring that the benefits and impact extend beyond its initial phase. After that, the partner organisations discussed the final report of the project.

The successful conclusion of the third transnational meeting reflects the progress made in the project and reinforces the project partners’ commitment to empower teachers and students to implement SDG practices in education and beyond.