IDA Network -Board meetings

31 December 2018
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IDA Network – Board meetings
Sofia, Bulgaria
April-December

In the period between April and December 6 meetings between the members of the Board and the members of the branches were held. 6 informational and organisational meetings were organised. At the meetings were discussed problems at a local level in the branches, increasing the member table, developing the activity on a local level and interaction with local authorities and other youth organisations, participation in initiative in other branches (national and European level), participation in programmes and projects of partners, technical and organisational help when developing projects and suggestions.

Between 10 and 13.12.2018 was held 1 regular meeting of the Board of the organisation members and supporters.

It lasted up to 2-3 working days. The program included watching operational tasks approvement discussion and action plan, approval of reports on a branch meetings of the organisation (local) with members of the organisation, meetings with representatives of other youth and civic organisations, local authorities and media.

Details:

Approval of the report on the activities of the organisation for 2018; Promote concrete actions for the development of the organisation, development of ideas and proposals on various European and national programs for projects; Participation in projects and initiatives of other international affiliates and partners.

Meetings between members of the organisation, as well as representatives of local organisations and authorities. Development of the annual program for 2019 and preparation of a strategic action plan for the 2019-2020, meetings between members of the organisation and representatives of local organisations and services.

Results: 

  1. Enhanced capacity of the organisation, with more than 18 new organisations joining the network;
  2. Increased level of coordination and exchange between the various members of the network, through which members gained easy access to partnering and participation in joint projects;
  3. The development of the network enabled the organisation to gain greater publicity, participation in various advisory groups at government level and participation in youth policy and legislation formation;
  4. Networking as an active distributor of youth ideas and messages.

 

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