To identify fragile communities
in the partner countries and regions, which possess potential for mitigating their state of “fragility” through project interventions
To identify the competence gaps
To provide training to community coaches
To transfer the project effects to other regions
“The most important thing for small communities is education, participation and love for the neighbour.”
The final partner’s meeting for the Erasmus+ project INTERFACE was held in Skagafjörður, Iceland on the 19th of June 2019. During the meeting partners overviewed remaining tasks for the project and coordinated for the finalization of the project. Aitoliki presented...
The 8th Module of the curriculum for community coaches involved the actual implementation of a community workshop or meeting in cooperation with the country specific facilitators, the role of whom is to coach and support participants during community workshop/meeting...
The Icelandic Regional Development Institute leads a 2 year European project INTERFACE in cooperation with University of Bifröst and partners from Bulgaria, Greece, Ireland and Italy. INTERFACE stands for Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Fragile Communities in...