PlaNET SOEN 3.0 project partners meets in beautiful Slovakia

The PlaNET SOEN 3.0 project’s team from Slovakia, Poland, Slovenia, and Croatia held a Transnational Project Meeting in Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia at the end of June. The two-day meeting was an opportunity for the team to reflect on their past activities and evaluate their incredible project journey. The team was also thrilled to discuss future collaborations and brainstorm new projects together.

The meeting was held in the beautiful town of Banská Štiavnica, which is known for its rich history and stunning architecture. The town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to many cultural and historical landmarks.

The PlaNET SOEN 3.0 project is a cross-sectoral cooperation project that uses non-formal learning approaches to promote sustainable development and environmental awareness. The project aims to empower young people to become active citizens and take action to protect the environment.

The project’s team from Slovakia, Poland, Slovenia, and Croatia has been working together for some time now, and the Transnational Project Meeting was an opportunity for them to come together and reflect on their progress. The team discussed their past activities and evaluated their journey so far. They also brainstormed new ideas and discussed future collaborations.

The PlaNET SOEN 3.0 project is an excellent example of how cross-sectoral cooperation can lead to positive change. By working together, the team has been able to achieve great things and make a real difference in their communities. We look forward to seeing what the future holds for this incredible project and its team.