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					Kick-Off Meeting
Salzburg, 28 September – 2 October 2009



REPORT




Report by
Rebecca Zeilinger
Interkulturelles Zentrum
Contents

1. Programme – aces Kick-Off Meeting...........................................................................................................3
2. Aims of the Kick-Off Meeting and Participants ............................................................................................4
3. Impressions and Outcomes of the Meeting .................................................................................................5
Monday, 28th September 2009 – “First Contact”..............................................................................................5
Tuesday, 29th September 2009 – “Opening” & “Several Paths towards Participation”....................................6
Wednesday, 30th September 2009 – “Next Steps” & “Working in Project Teams” ..........................................9
Thursday, 1st October 2009 – “Be Creative and Get Engaged!”....................................................................13
Friday, 2nd October 2009 – “Looking Back, Looking Ahead, Thank You and Good Bye” ..............................17
4. Annexes.....................................................................................................................................................20
4.1 Handouts for participants........................................................................................................................20
4.2. List of participants...................................................................................................................................30




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1. Programme – aces Kick-Off Meeting

        Monday, 28.09.2009                 Tuesday, 29.09.2009                  Wednesday, 30.9.2009                      Thursday, 1.10.2009                       Friday, 2.10.2009

                                    9:00 Official Welcome(s)              9:00 aces Next Steps Info                9:00 Get Started                       9:00 Closure of the Meeting
                                     - Space for Students & Tutors             More to come…                       - Presentation of Results of “Be       - Best Moments
                                     - Students Present their Countries                                               Connected” - Community Task         - Looking Back
                                     - Speeches (Herbert Gimpl, Boris     9:30 Meetings of Project Teams           - Creative Campaigning –               - Thank You and Good Bye
                                       Marte, Mari Steindl)                 - “Be Connected”: Announcement            Inspirational Ideas
                                     - News Spot                              of Community Task                    - Introduction of Workshop
                                     - Programme Information                - Reflection on Project Aims                                                 10:30 ACTive in Salzburg -
                                                                                                                      Facilitators
                                                                           Consultation Corners with IZ,                                                       Excursions to different
                                                                           Tutors & Facilitators                                                               institutions related to the topic
                                    10:30 Coffee Break                                                            10.00 Workshops on Participation
                                    Leisure Team Offers                   11:00 Coffee Break
                                                                          Leisure Team Offers                          (see description for details)
Arrival of Participants
                                    11:00 A Park is Born – Simulation     11:30 Project Teams Continued
                                          Game on Participation in 4       - Discussions on implementation
                                          parallel groups                     of projects; possible adaptations   in between Coffee Break
                                                                           - Clarifying roles of students
- Registration of Participants                                              Consultation Corners Continued                                               Departure of Participants
                                                                                                                                                         No joint lunch for participants
                                    13:00 Lunch                           13:00 aces Group Picture                13:00 Lunch
                                    Leisure Team Offers                   13:15 Lunch                             Leisure Team Offers

                                    14:15 Simulation Game Continued       Free Time and Free Evening              14:30 Workshops on Participation
                                                                                                                        (2nd round of same workshops)
                                    16:20 Coffee Break
                                    16:45 Reflection on Game              Optional Offer:
18:00 First Contact                                                                                               in between Coffee Break
- Welcome and Getting in Touch      17:30 Leisure Team Offers             City Rally in Salzburg
- Music Animation by Ari Glage                                                                                    17:30 Evaluation of Project Progress
- Announcements                                                                                                         and of the Kick-Off-Meeting

19:30 Dinner                        18:30 Dinner                                                                  18:30 Dinner

- Partners Lost and Found Corner    19:15 Meet the Team                                                           20.00 PARTYcipation
- Meet the Team                                                           Games and Cinema                         - Disco
- Speakers’ Corner – “Have A Say”   20:00 “(F)aces in your Countries”                                              - Games, Chill-Out Area, Cinema…
Games and Fun, Comics, Cinema…      Leisure Team Offers                                                            - Meet the Team


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2. Aims of the Kick-Off Meeting and Participants

The aims of the aces Kick-Off-Meeting are:
  Bringing together students and teachers form all aces projects 2009/2010 in order to get to know
  each other and, in particular, the partner schools
  Working on Participation, Citizenship and Empowerment
  Taking part in workshops on participation as well as on various other topics (see the workshop-
  descriptions for more information)
  Reflecting on project aims and planning further steps for the common implementation of the project

Working methods and language
When preparing the Kick-Off-Meeting the facilitators and the organisers jointly set up the following
principles that were crucial with regard to the event:
  It should be informative and interactive.
  It should offer a framework for lived participation, make participation visible and enable reflection
  on the different roles we have or might have.
  It should foster (virtual) team building and – of course – it should be fun.
Thus, a big variety of working methods was used – such as plenary sessions, a simulation game,
group work, outdoor activities and workshops. The composition of groups changed in the different
working sessions: mixed groups of students and teachers, country teams, groups according to
personal interests and, finally, groups involving the project partners only. The settings allowed a
creative and dialogue-oriented interaction and a fruitful exchange between the participants. Further, it
encouraged self-directed learning processes.
The common working language was English – with one exception: the activity “(f)aces in the
countries” offering space for students and teachers to get to know others from their own country.
aces Tutors: The intention to involve young aces members as assistants of the facilitators proved to
be a success already at the Academy 2009 in Budapest. Following the overall idea of lived participa-
tion three students from former aces projects had the possibility to take over this responsible task:
Jovana from Macedonia, Sonja from Serbia and Tomáš from the Slovak Republic.
Pleasure & Leisure Team: As the group of participants comprises people with different interests and
needs, this team offered various activities during the free time and in the evenings, including cinema,
games, a city rally and much more. The aim was to make it even easier for the students to get to
know their peers, to interact and to feel “at home” (see the annex for more information).

Conference participants
Altogether 250 participants attended the Kick-Off-Meeting (see annex List of Participants)!
  Delegations from 103 schools involved in the 43 aces projects: 206 teachers and students from 14
  countries (out of 105 project schools).
  Special guests from Austria
   - H. Gimpl, President of the State Education Authority in Salzburg
   - B. Marte & K. Neumayer, ERSTE Foundation
   - M. Steindl, Interkulturelles Zentrum
  facilitator team and tutors, additional workshop trainers
  the team of the aces coordination, including representatives from ERSTE Foundation and
  Interkulturelles Zentrum

Conference Venue Conference Centre, ST. VIRGIL, Ernst-Grein-Straße 14, 5026 Salzburg, Austria.




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3. Impressions and Outcomes of the Meeting
Summary and photo documentation of the meeting.
Each day of the meeting had a different focus – a specific “motto” pointing out the different goals of the
meeting. According to these day-themes the programme was designed and sessions were carried out.


Monday, 28th September 2009 – “First Contact”

  Get together and get to know each other
At the welcome and check-in desk the participants were encouraged to not only locate their school
and the partner schools in the “Map of Europe”, but to also visualise the team back home.
Obviously the students and teachers attending the aces-meetings are always only representatives of
their classes and a much bigger group directly involved in the project. In order to demonstrate this, the
participants of the Kick-Off-Meeting were asked to cut paper people that were hung up in the foyer: a
pretty decoration and quite an amazing number of people that was made visible and honoured.
The representatives of the ministries in the partner countries also are an integral part of the aces-
network. As they do not attend the Kick-Off, they sent pictures and greetings to the participants of the
meeting. Thus, somehow, they were virtually present in Salzburg.
After a warm welcome in plenary and the first getting-to-know-each-other-activities (form groups
when the music stops and do different things), the following question came up: Does aces rock or is it
more a funky blues? Ari Glage from the Mozarteum University in Salzburg showed us the right rhythm
and moves with the “body percussion” (see below). Later that evening the participants had the
possibility to create their individual comics, to go to the cinema or to check out the various offers.
Additional activities need to be mentioned separately as they particularly stress the aspect of partici-
pation: Firstly, the bright and highly informative wallpaper “People’s voice” that encouraged the
participants to express themselves both verbally and via graffiti. The wallpaper was created by the
aces tutors who carried out various opinion polls that sometimes even had a direct impact on the dif-
ferent events in Salzburg (e.g. the group photo). Secondly, the possibility to “Have your say”. The
various statements of the participants were filmed and were shown in a loop throughout the meeting.
Thirdly, “Meet the Team”, a moment to ask questions, to share thoughts or experiences with the
organisers and facilitators of the meeting.




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Tuesday, 29th September 2009 – “Opening” & “Several Paths towards Participation”

  Official Welcomes and Presentations
After the welcome by the trainers and first impressions on Salzburg and Mozart, some students
joined the facilitators on stage to present their countries in plenary. And the pictures as well as
some facts and figures in the background enabled an even better insight (see www.teamworks.cc/aces
link “Participating Countries”).

Special guest Mr. Herbert Gimpl, the current President of the State Education Authority in Salzburg
was interviewed by the tutors.

This was followed by official addresses of welcome and speeches from our guests
- Herbert Gimpl - on behalf of Gabi Burgstaller, the governor of Salzburg
- Boris Marte, Managing Board of ERSTE Foundation
- Mari Steindl, Director of Interkulturelles Zentrum

Boris Marte: “We are responsible for peace. There is no unique solution, there are only common
solutions and, by the way, cross-border-cooperation is fun!”
Mari Steindl: “I wish you three things: Open eyes, to see the diversity of life; open ears, to hear all the
spoken languages around, and an open heart, to make friends!”




    aces Tutors interviewing Mr. Gimpel      Boris Marte, ERSTE Foundation   Mari Steindl, Interkulturelles Zentrum




  “A park is born” – Simulation Game on Participation

After the break the participants were divided into four big groups that were, again, divided into eight
subgroups (various interest groups, consulting groups, decision making group and media).
Then the participants were introduced to the story plot and the aims of the simulation game:
- get to know the representatives of the partner school(s), (aces project partners were in same group)
- understand the “plot”: the story of the park
- experience a role play about participation: Find out what it feels like to be somebody else, what
  works, what doesn’t (try out different strategies to have an impact on the result)
- reflection after the game: How was participation experienced on a personal level? What is
  different/similar compared with reality? Could anything like that be possible in your town/country?


The Park Background Story and Procedure
The City of Greytown is big, old, very crowded and there is not much green space for old and young
people. The districts of the city are ruled by small local governments. Head of the local authorities is
the district mayor.
The local government wants to renew the park. The idea is to invite different kinds of interest groups
and specialists to an Open Council. This should be a public hearing at the local city hall to give all




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groups a space for presenting their first ideas which they have discussed and compiled beforehand.
One week after the Open Council the people have the possibility to attend workshops, where – with
the help of moderators – they can find common grounds: collect possible future activities in the new
park, jointly prioritise them, the consultants are invited to say their opinions and the politicians can ask
questions and give statements.
Two weeks (and several live interviews and reports – disseminated by the media) later, the politicians
discuss the results and possibly draw conclusions regarding the future of the park

See www.aces.or.at/materials&tools      “methods” for further details as well as for all instructions.




Examples of the outcomes

Final decision and plan of group 1:            Final decision of group 2:




Surely, not all “players” were happy with the achievements of their roles. Besides the found common
results of the various interest groups, the really exciting thing in a simulation game the “process”. As in
real life it is “learning by doing”!




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   (F)aces in your countries
Being someone different for several hours is fun, but definitely also quite exhausting – in particular if
speaking in English is required all the time. Thus, the evening activity was the chance to meet the
people from the own country in order to not only get to know each other but to also share and chat
in the respective mother tongue.
The task for students and teachers in the country groups was to:

                                                         - benefit from the huge experience of all and
                                                           do an energizer or name game
                                                         - introduce themselves to each other and
                                                           briefly present the projects
                                                         - have a picture of the group taken – including a
                                                           poster with the name of the country (on the left
                                                           the group from Slovenia).




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Wednesday, 30th September 2009 – “Next Steps” & “Working in Project Teams”

Wednesday was a fairly short, but – nevertheless – very intense day which allowed the participating
students and teachers to spend more time with the project partners.
After the energizer and some details regarding the programme of the day, Tine Gamper, the project
manager of “aces – Academy of Central European Schools” informed the participants not only on the
next steps concerning the implementation of their project, but also on the tools and support
structures as provided by the aces coordination:




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  The aces Present – the Project Camera
Robin Gosejohann from ERSTE Foundation handed over the first aces-camera to the youngest
participant, Tamás from Hungary. Afterwards each project team got a camera for documenting the
project work during the next months.


  Work in Project Teams

The Community Task “Stay Connected”: First, the
participants were asked to get in touch with the fellows
from the home school (project participants) via text
message (SMS) in order to get them involved in a small
activity and to enable them to actually “have their say”
within the aces Kick-Off-Meeting even though they could
not actually be in Salzburg. The home groups were asked
to create a “living statue” by using their bodies, a short
slogan describing their team and message to the
conference. They should take a picture and send it to the
conference by uploading it to the aces website.
All pictures available on: www.teamworks.cc/aces
“Images from home”                                             Primary School Podmurvice from Croatia


At the same time the students and teachers in Salzburg were asked to think of the “statue” or
positions that would describe best what the project deals with. On a big poster they should indicate
both the name of the project as well as a short message or slogan for the others.
All pictures available on: www.teamworks.cc/aces      “Images from Salzburg”




     Project group “My Voice In My School”          Project group “Rust Never Sleeps”




My Project – Our Project
The second part of the work in the project teams focussed on the specific project and its
implementation. The facilitators strongly recommended to use this time to also think of potential
improvements and adaptations of the project (e.g. think about and stress the link of the project and
topic of the year; include some new methods as learned during the meeting in Salzburg …).
By answering the following questions the participants were encouraged to identify with the joint
project, its aims and activities. The discussion should lead to a common understanding about the
project and the steps needed to further it.




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    1. Please use some time in your project group to introduce yourself to each other – who are you,
       what is your role in the project, how did you become a part of the project?
    2. Discuss with your friends why you have decided to organise this project? Why you think this
       project is good?
    3. What are you going to do? How is the project connected to the topic of participation?
    4. What are the logical steps of the project?
    5. Should you change some parts of the project? Which one(s) and why?
    6. Discuss and agree what the next steps will be: who will do what and when?


    A specific focus was also laid on the role of the students.



Throughout the entire morning session, the project team members could – if required – consult the
aces-consultation-points where facilitators, organisers and tutors were ready to answer possible
questions regarding organisational or methodical issues.



  Visit Salzburg – Leisure Time in Salzburg
In the afternoon, most participants took the opportunity to visit Salzburg, its fortress and the birth
house of the composer Mozart. Quite a few, however, also decided to do the optional “City Rally”
with its various challenges and can now call themselves “Honorary Citizens of Salzburg” (see annex
4.1.3 City Rally).




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Thursday, 1st October 2009 – “Be Creative and Get Engaged!”

In the morning, the results of the community task (pictures of home groups) were presented in plenary
and definitely demonstrated the creativity and commitment of all involved – almost all project schools
contributed pictures.
Thus, it was the perfect transition to the next short, but inspiring unit that introduced ideas of
“Creative Campaigning” – another way of participation. Examples were:
- “Guerilla Gardening“ www.guerrillagardening.org
- the “Rebel Clown Army” www.clownarmy.org
- the “Critical Mass” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Critical_Mass
- “Zine/E-zine for human rights” http://www.zinebook.com
All these initiatives empower people to take action and to have their say.



  Workshops on Participation, Citizenship/Democracy, Empowerment and Team Work

11 workshops were facilitated by professional trainers, artists, students and teachers and held two
times each (morning and afternoon). Thus, participants had the opportunity to attend two different
workshops.

Detailed information on each workshop and method is available on (downloads):
www.aces.or.at/materials&tools           methods


Workshop 1: Students Have Their Say: Participation and School Democracy
Trainers: Igor Mitschka, Head of the Students’ Association “Coole Schule” and David Hacker, member
of “Coole Schule”, Austria / www.cooleschule.at
„Students have their say“ – is that really the case? Are there enough possibilities for students to
participate or are schools still “strangers to democracy”? In our workshop we’ll exchange experiences
on students' participation, so that we can have a look at the situation in other European countries.
Afterwards we are going to develop some goals and standards we consider to be important for
students' participation and we are going to figure out what each of us – be it a student, teacher or
someone else – can do to put them into practice. There will be group activities with presentations and
debates, so that we all can have our say

Workshop 2: Power Forum
Trainer: Jelena Manić, Centre for Interactive Art “In Stage Organization”, Serbia
www.instageorganization.rs
During the workshop, the participants will get the opportunity to play and enjoy in diverse games from
the arsenal of image theatre and forum theatre (Theatre of the Oppressed). We will use an interactive
theatrical approach to offer different perspectives for observing power relations in the schools: How do
students see their teachers? How do students see themselves in relation to the teachers? What can
be seen and felt from the teachers’ viewpoint? Are these two perspectives similar in certain ways or
without connecting spots? These questions may arise through a spontaneous flow of involving theatre
play. Moments for discussion and comments on the topic will be given so that we can reflect better on
our roles in the school.

Workshop 3: Say it loud – I'm young and proud
Trainer: Karl Schönswetter, Salzburger Kulturverein, Musician, Music label “Gold Extra”, Austria
Everybody knows Hip-Hop-Songs, but Hip-Hop Culture is still an unknown outcast for the most of us
who are listening to this music. For more than 30 years it has been a story of success. It developed
communication tools for people who are not on top of society. Mainstream society has forgotten its




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roots (e.g. "common people") and Hip-Hop encourages people to insist on their right to be “part of”. In
the short time of 3 hours I will show how this Culture works, and how easy it is to produce your own
piece of art in the fields of “music” and “text”. Participants should bring their favourite music – we will
remix, split and re-ensemble it to a new track, which will be the missing link to the words which have to
be told by you!

Workshop 4: Man. I feel like a woman
Trainers: Katrin Lüth, free lance trainer, Austria; Tibor Škrabský, free lance trainer, Slovak Republic
Girls and boys. Men and women. We look different but do we think and act differently? Is it weird when
a woman works as a truck-driver? Does it look strange when we meet a man cleaning corridors in our
school? Do men and women have equal rights and possibilities? Are men and women equal? Why is
gender equality a priority topic? Is equality important for our future? Come and explore part of the
story of differences and similarities between men and women with us, how they effect our lives, how
structures in society change the differences into fewer or higher chances and opportunities. Let’s talk
about how we can bring more equality into our daily life.

Workshop 5: Multiple Interests, Multiple Strategies
Trainer: Robin Sclafani, CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe
The ideals of diversity are not always easy to achieve in the reality of different perspectives. Staying
pro-active to find solutions when the "going gets tough" takes genuine commitment to the principles of
citizenship. This workshop will take a 360 degree view of the multiple perspectives surrounding tough
issues in a school community and try to highlight the variety of strategies which can be undertaken to
create truly inclusive, participatory environments. In this workshop, we’ll be working in teams, playing
different roles, analysing tough issues and developing ideas for achieving REAL change in your school
environments.

Workshop 6: Solve problems?! – No problem
Trainers: Carina Stojaspal and Johanna Schneider, students of the International Business College
Hetzendorf, Vienna, and Peer Mediators
In a class a big conflict breaks out. The class splits up in cliques. Which group should you join? How
far are you allowed to go? How can everybody win? How can you solve the conflict? Mediation aims to
assist two (or more) disputants in reaching an agreement. How to get the best solution for all invol-
ved?! With e.g. role plays we want to provide an insight into the world of mediation.

Workshop 7: Play the game – learn the rules: What games teach us about society!
Trainer: Hermine Steinbach-Buchinger, free lance trainer, Austria
While playing games children learn rules. Where do these rules come from? What do we “really” learn
about winning, losing, roles and functions in society? What do boys learn? What do girls learn? And
what does it tell us about the game of power and participation in the world we live in?

Workshop 8: School as a pleasant place?
Trainer: Radmila Radić Dudić, trainer, Team TRI, Civic Initiatives, Serbia
How do students, teachers, parents and school principals treat each other? How can a school become
a more attractive place for students? If relationships were based on the mutual respect, school life
would be more pleasant. There is a lot of evidence that good school atmosphere could contribute to
better students’ achievements. Look at the school’s atmosphere and find out how you can contribute
to turning the school into a more attractive place: little effort and a lot of benefit and pleasure.

Workshop 9: Team Communication
Trainer: Eralda Jesku, teacher at the Nehemia School, Albania
This workshop offers innovative ways of developing a team. It points out the required conditions to
form a good team, deals with the development of a team agreement, the team’s perception of chan-
ges, how to deal with these change towards success and evaluation of a team’s work. Everything will
be perceived through simulation games, group work and through FUN!




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Workshop 10: Playing with ideas – Top 5 methods of non-formal learning
Trainer: Sonja Čandek, TiPovej, Institute for creative society, Slovenia
You want to gym your brains in different directions? In the workshop we will try out few activities that
can provoke your creativity, critical thinking and fun. Imagine you have to draw your river of learning
and do an impossible task which comes out as possible by playing with ideas. All activities can be
played in the classroom, some of them verbally, some not. After a brief introduction we will try five
methods and reflect on them very shortly. Hopefully it will be playful and useful for you.

Workshop 11: Blog, Facebook, Wikis, Youtube - very delicious …
             Web 2.0: tools for participation
Trainer: Barbara Sieberth, free lance trainer / city councellor, Austria
We speak a lot about Web 2.0. In this workshop, we want to find out: What exactly do we mean by
this? What tools are currently available? What do they do with/to us? What are the side effects?
How does our communication develop through Web 2.0? How does our participation develop through
Web 2.0? How can/do I as a teacher use it? How can/do I as a student use it?
Together, we will explore and play with a few Web 2.0 tools that are available and exchange our
personal experience with it.
Hopefully afterwards you are inspired to use one or the other tool in your participation projects, for
networking, for working in international teams, or you "simply" strengthen your media competences!




Evaluation
  Keys to project success?
In the last unit of the day, the participants came together in their project groups again in order to
evaluate the progress of the project in relation to the Kick-Off. The following three elements needed to
be considered and indicated in the three big teeth:

1. Now (after the Kick-Off) it’s
   much clearer….
2. When we are back home, the
   first thing we do it to…
3. We still need to clarify….
All representatives of the schools
could take their personal copies
back home to always keep in mind
the various intentions. The actual
key to success – 43 real keys –
were handed over to randomly
selected members of the 43 project
groups. The message was clear:
No matter who you are, you
definitely contribute to the success
of your project!




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  Postcards from Salzburg
Normally postcards are sent to the family and friends back home. In this case, however, every single
participant was invited to write his or her personal postcard to the aces-team. On the back,
she/he could draw a picture and on front he/she had to answer the following questions:
  -   What was the most positive moment for you this week?
  -   What was the hardest thing for you this week?
  -   What things would you like to say to other people which you haven’t said?
  -   Describe yourself during this week…
  -   What do you want to take from this week?
  -   What do you want to leave here?
The aces coordination received 170 postcards! Most of the participants enjoyed the “conversations
and chats with other people/friends and the new contacts”, “meeting the partners” and “seeing
Salzburg”. Quite a few indicated the “workshops” or specific activities, e.g. “dancing with Ari Glage”.
The hardest thing definitely was “waking up early and going to bed late”, followed by “conversations
in English”. Others mentioned workshops or very specific details such as “being the politician in the
simulation game” or “saying goodbye on Friday”.
Apart from all the kind Thank-you-notes, the participants passed on messages such as: “It was a
pleasure to meet you!”, “Sorry that I couldn’t find time for all of you great people”, “You must be careful
when you chose your partners”, “Always grab the opportunity to develop your ideas”.
During the week the majority felt “smiley, happy/cheerful”, many felt “open-minded and curious”, “full
of energy, talkative and active”, “enthusiastic and exited”. Some felt “a little bit tired”, others felt
”younger”, “hard working and concentrated” or even “encouraged to do more”.
The participants will take home “new friends”, “beautiful/good memories”, “positive energy”, “great
ideas, new methods”, “better English skills”, “everything”; they will leave behind “nothing”, “good
impressions”, “negative attitudes” or “fears/worries/concerns about the project”.

See annex for a copy of the “Key to success” as well as the “Postcard”.


  PARTYcipation
After so much work it was finally time to celebrate. The participants had been asked to actively
contribute to the party by also bringing their favourite or national dishes from the different countries.
We had explicitly asked for small amounts, but I guess we will never forget this huge and amazing
buffet!




Furthermore, various offers had been prepared in order to ensure that all participants can chose what
they want to do: the cinema, the games corner or the bonfire. At one point or another, however, most
of them were seen on the dancing floor where a professional DJ was responsible for the good vibes.
The chill-out area, finally, allowed students and teachers to relax and to tank new energy.




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Friday, 2nd October 2009 – “Looking Back, Looking Ahead, Thank You and Good Bye”

On the very last day the participants were asked to look back on the meeting. In order to review the
different days and activities, a selection of pictures of the aces-Kick-Off was screened in plenary
(see www.teamworks.cc/aces          “Best of Kick-Off”).



                    But obviously everyone of us also has his or her personal memories.
                    Thus, all participants were given a slide and asked to “make” their own three
                    mental pictures of the past days, the best moments or some faces they wish to
                    take home: be it the fortress of Salzburg, a funny incident or the smile of one of
                    the new friends.



Then it was time to say goodbye and Tine Gamper from the aces coordination, who will be taking a
sabbatical from December onwards, passed her “key to success” on to Reinhard Eckert who will take
over her tasks and who will be responsible for the Academy in March 2010 where delegations of the
aces schools will meet again.

aces – Academy of Central European Schools is a growing network of institutions and people who
believe in and carry the initiative. Thanks to all the committed teachers and students for making the
Kick-Off a special event and thanks to the representatives of the ministries in the participating
countries, the aces team and the ERSTE Foundation for making it possible.
Good luck for the projects and see you again in the Slovak Republic!



  ACTive in Salzburg
After the official closure of the conference the participants had the chance to visit local projects and
initiatives that are somehow linked to the topics of the aces 2009.

Short description of the institution and workshops in alphabetical order:

Friedensbüro Salzburg
Friedensbüro Salzburg has two main fields of work: peace pedagogics and peace politics. In 2008 we
launched a project called WhyWar.at and this is what we mainly want to on work with you.
www.WhyWar.at is a website dealing comprehensively with war, its causes, consequences, key
players, potential peace perspectives. Each year different schools and students deal extensively with
the issue. Based on the website they work on one specific war (e.g. the war in Afghanistan in 2008),
attend workshops and come up with their own ideas on how to make a contribution to peace. In the
workshop you'll get an insight into the project as well as into the topic in general.

K. (pronounced K Punkt )
„K.“ sees itself as a platform for young artists who want to connect different people, ideas and projects
concerning young art and culture. They want to…
   - build a network for young artists, so that they are able to connect and work together,
   - inform about young art and culture,
   - encourage people to see things through different eyes, to take various perspectives,
   - regularly organise a "day of young culture" to introduce these young artists to the public
K. intends to realise some kind of art performance together with the visitors from ACES, a
collaborative painting in which the participants are reacting associatively on painting impulses of their
colleagues.

Kinderfreunde
The Kinderfreunde represent the family’s and children’s interests in the political, cultural and socio-
economic spheres. They are an open community, co-operating actively on the federal as well as on




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the local level in various institutions and bodies in current questions on family policy, school policy,
media policy and on children’s rights. The Kinderfreunde and Kinderfreundinnen are part of a network
working on the implementation of children’s rights in everyday’s life. Since some years the network -
called "Plattform Weltkindertag" – has been organising a Children’s Rights Festival all over Salzburg.

LandesschülerInnenvertretung (LSV)
The “LandesschülerInnenvertretung Salzburg“ is the legal representation of school students in
Salzburg. In Salzburg there are three school types (Allgemein Höherbildende Schule, Berufsbildende
Mittlere und Höhere Schule and Berufsschule) and for each school type you have are four active and
four passive member of the LSV. The elected members represent the interests of the students for one
year. They organize various events, render legal assistance regarding the law of schools , may advice
the education authority in the matter of lessons or education and are allowed to make statements to
bills.

ÖKOLOG – a project by Forum Umweltbildung
FORUM Umweltbildung is an Austrian-wide non-profit organisation to promote Environmental
Education and Education for Sustainable Development. We organise workshops, seminars and
conferences, prepare teacher training materials, booklets or newsletters, organise competitions, etc.
by order of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Environment.
One project of the FORUM Umweltbildung is the school network ÖKOLOG (ECOLOG). During the
workshop you will get some information on the aims, the structure and some highlights of the network
(with video). Afterwards you will play a game related to the topics of the conference.

Potpourri
The Potpourri Crew was founded in 2006 and consists of three girls living in Salzburg. They combine
various styles like HipHop, Housedance, Ragga or Dancehall in their shows which they choreograph
by themselves. Their aim is to encourage girls and women express themselves. They also participate
in diverse battles and contests in many European countries.
In the Urban Dance Workshop the basics of HipHop Dance will be learned, later the whole group
creates a choreography with the trainer.

Radiofabrik
Radiofabrik is a non-commercial community radio station. It started broadcasting in 1998 and can be
listened daily at 107,5 & 97,3 MHz and on the Internet www.radiofabrik.at. The principles are public
access and a low threshold. Groups or individuals are invited to actively use radio to express
themselves. Main issues are – among many others – culture, youth, social and political life, migration.
Radiofabrik co-operates with universities, schools and other adult education institutions and runs a
wide range of radio courses. People are trained on how to produce radio broadcasts and empowered
to make use of media. The workshop will start with informing the participants on “Radiofabrik –
Community Radio Salzburg. A participatory project with open access.”. Later, the guests will be
introduced to the studio technique (mixer, microphones, PC, CD-player etc.) and might even have the
chance to create their own live-radio show.

Spektrum
VEREIN SPEKTRUM offers recreational, cultural and social projects for youth in unprivileged areas
within the city of Salzburg and rural communities. Society changes and a loss of traditional social
support has a significant influence on the younger generation. The association has been able to
successfully maintain its focus on community activities in support of improving the social wellness of
its target group throughout the 30 years of its existence. Members of staff are social workers,
pedagogues, psychologists, artists. The adventure playground / youth centre is one of these
established utilities which offer adventure-oriented, recreational, sociocultural activities for children,
teenagers and their families focused on the four elements earth, wind, fire and water. Focus of all
projects and programmes is participation and empowerment of the target group.
In the workshop you will get an overview on important projects and programmes the Verein Spektrum
offers to give children and youth, giving them the possibility to participate in the community. After this
input the guests are invited to celebrate the World Children´s Day with the locals.




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(ABZ) Stadtteilgarten
The northern part of Salzburg is home to a few 10.000 people and just a minority has access to a
horticulture garden or ground-levelled green area. The ethnic diversity and the social gaps create a
close linked and complex environment that can be challenging in everyday life. But the employees of
Stadtteilgarten experience it as a most rewarding potential for us as a city that is aiming at granting life
quality and claims to have the global flair of art, music and tourism.
Intercultural or international community gardens are a worldwide and cross-Europe successfully
practiced opportunity to bridge ecological and social gaps in urban communities. Cooperative organic
gardening, self-sustainable manual work, intercultural activities and life long learning creates a holistic
living space and realm of experience for long AND short term city dwellers. The (intercultural)
community garden encourages urban people from all ethnic groups to grow their own, organic crops in
a public allotment. We want to motivate people to make use of public green space as well as the
variety of human abilities & potentials in a gardening-group that may empower the participants to take
on responsibilities for themselves.
During the workshop the guests of aces will be introduced to the garden, they will get engaged in
activity games such as "drowing carotts", have a "Speed dating" with gardeners and participate in a
theatre activity on visions about "green & living cities".

Youth Democracy Project
Akzente Salzburg is a service institution for young people, working for and with girls, boys and young
adults in their entire living environment. Akzente Salzburg is a non-party social-profit organization in
the federal state of Salzburg, that exists since 1986 and has been paying special attention to youth
work outside of school since its very beginning.
"Youth Democracy - Learning and Doing" was designed as an exchange program for "best practice"
projects in youth participation all across Europe and yielded many practical results and examples to be
reproduced by others. The workshop will focus on presenting these results and empowering
participants to take part in the recreation of similar projects in their own communities. Taking a
"learning by doing" approach towards project planning, the workshop will simulate actual project work,
based on the participants input and will thereby create a chance to experience project work first hand.
"Being part of participation for a day, in order to create participation for a lifetime", is what this
workshop would like to achieve.




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4. Annexes
4.1 Handouts for participants

4.1.1 Offers of the Pleasure and Leisure Team




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4.1.2 The Community Task: Stay Connected

This activity is about participation. We are all here to kick-off our projects but in the projects
we do not work alone. We have our friends and colleagues back at home. Let’s try to involve
them into our programme in Salzburg!
The task for you is to get in contact with your friends from home school and get them
involved in a short activity. Further, you will also have a common task in your project group
here in Salzburg.
First, you should contact your friends in your school by SMS. Together with their friends in
the home school they should create a “living statue” using their bodies with a short slogan
describing their team and message to the conference. They should take a picture of the
statute and hold a big poster on which they write their message to the conference , the name
of your project and the name of the school. Then they have to upload it on
www.teamworks.cc/aces and tomorrow morning we will all be able to see their messages.
(Example: your friends in your school at home create a statue from their bodies representing
AN ARROW with a big written poster showing their message to our conference: “THE RIGHT
DIRECTION”).
Besides that you will work on the same task here in Salzburg.

WHAT TO DO?

   1. Send an SMS to your friend (the representative of the class you appointed after our
      first info letter a few weeks ago), who is taking part in your project and is now back at
      home. You can send the message in your own language. Please send this message:

  “Take a few people and please visit the website of aces, www.aces.or.at. There you find
  instructions what to do. Be quick.”


   2. Please make sure that your friends
      have received the message.

   3. Please now think of the same task in
      your project group. Please think of the
      “statue” or positions that would
      describe your interest into your
      project. Then please make a big
      poster with the name of the project
      and a short message or slogan for
      others (e.g. “We are ready!”). Our
      organisation team will then upload
      your project team picture on
      www.teamworks.cc/aces.
      See the example on the right.               Slogan: „Our project touches the sky!“

   4. When you are ready and you created your statue (position), go outside in the lobby.
      There will be the photographer ready to take your picture. Take a picture together
      with the slogan and the name of your project.

   5. The photographer will be available from 10:30 to 12:30.




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4.1.3 The City Rally: Rally-guide to Salzburg’s hot spots

This is an invitation to explore the city of Salzburg.
There are five different parts of this guide (          ). Decide for yourself which parts you want to
do. There is no special order, start wherever you want.
On each page there are some hints for you to find the hot spots of the town.
For each part you can find some challenges. Try to manage them.
... but most of all enjoy yourselves!

Keys: € = cheap, €€ = ok, €€€ = expensive,       = do,   = don’t,       = hot spot




                                                                    T




                                              H1

                                                            H2

                                                                             R




H = Hanuschplatz (1= direction “Europark”, 2= direction St. Virgil/JUFA Hostel)
T = Theatergasse, R = Rathaus
Part = orange, = red, = blue, = green
In order to get to you have to take the bus (at H1).




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OLD TOWN
Get insane in the “Grane Lane”



      HOW TO GET THERE
      From St. Virgil take bus nr. 7 to “Hanuschplatz“.
      Walk south to “Getreidegasse” and “Alter Markt”.


      FACTS
       • Getreidegasse (=“Grane Lane”) is one of Salzburg’s most
          famous streets (and probably also the most crowded
          one).
       • One of the most famous buildings is Mozart’s Birthplace
          in Number 9.
       • Many shops still have old style iron guild signs. Look
          overhead – even McDonald’s had to adapt.
       • In Salzburg’s Old Town you can find everything, from            Do’s & Dont’s
          cheap clothes to the most expensive jewellery.                     Be        aware      of
       • Getreidegasse and Judengasse are probably the best                  pickpockets.
          places to buy souvenirs in Salzburg.                               Prices    of  souvenirs
                                                                             differ. Compare before
                                                                             you buy!
      CHALLENGE
      To fake or not to fake…?                                                A boat trip on the river
      In Getreidegasse and around you can find lots of places selling         Salzach is not worth the
      “Mozartkugeln”. Many manufacturers claimed to have invented             money.
      the recipe for this typical sweet.
      Today only one of them is allowed to call the chocolate balls
      “Original Salzburger Mozartkugeln”.                                Hot Spots
         Find out the manufacturer’s name.                                   Café Tomaselli at Alter
                                                                             Markt is one of the
      The smallest house in Salzburg                                         oldest cafes in town. €€
                                                                             At       “indigo“       in
      At Alter Markt you can find the smallest house in Salzburg.
                                                                             Klampfergasse you find
      Which creature can you see at the top?                                 various tasty dishes.
                                                                             Food: € Drinks: €€
      WHAT NEXT?                                                             “republic”    at    Anton
      - To return to St. Virgil take bus nr. 7 to “Ernst Grein Straße”       Neumayr Platz 2 is a
      (H2).                                                                  nice café where locals
      - For the JUFA (Hostel) take bus nr. 3, 5, 6 or 7 to                   meet. €€
      “Justizgebäude” (H2 or R).                                             If you want to see a cool
      - To continue with part go south to Hofstallgasse.                     museum,                we
      - For parts or cross the river Salzach at Staatsbrücke.                recommend the “Haus
                                                                             der Natur” (=”House of
      - For      go to “Hanuschplatz” (H1) and take bus nr. 1 to
                                                                             Nature”)                at
      “Europark”.                                                            Museumsplatz            5.
                                                                             Adults: € 6 Kids € 4




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MÖNCHSBERG AND FESTSPIELHAUS
Take a walk on the wild side

       HOW TO GET THERE
       From St. Virgil take bus nr. 7 to “Hanuschplatz“.
       Walk south to Getreidegasse and follow S.-Haffner-Gasse and
       W.-Philharmoniker-Gasse to Hofstallgasse.


       FACTS
        • At Hofstallgasse you can find the Great and the Small
           “Festspielhaus” (=”Festival Hall”).
        • The Great Festival Hall has one of the largest stages in
           the world, being 100 meters wide.
        • Every summer and Easter the “Salzburg Festival” – one
           of the most famous festivals of music and drama – takes
           place in these buildings.
        • Between “Festspielhaus” and “Pferdeschwemme” you                  Do’s & Dont’s
           can find “Sigmundstor”, the oldest road-tunnel in Austria.           Walk instead of taking
        • Use the “Clemens Holzmeister stairs” at Felsenreitschule              the elevator. It is not too
           to climb Mönchsberg. Follow the signs to “Stadtalm” and              long and really nice.
           “Mülln” to get some of the best views on Salzburg.
                                                                                 The Café at “Museum
                                                                                 der Moderne” is really
       CHALLENGE                                                                 expensive.
       Yellow?
       The street in front of the Great Festival Hall is yellow. There is
       a really weird story about it.
          Go ask the locals and try to find out.                            Hot Spots
                                                                                At “Stadtalm” you can sit
       Numbers in the woods                                                     and enjoy a very nice
       Behind “Museum der Moderne” you can find a big piece of art              view. Drinks €€.
       called “Numbers in the woods” which is especially nice when it           Behind “Stadtalm” you
       gets dark.                                                               will get the very best
          Find out which number would follow 10946.                             view all over Salzburg!!
                                                                                If you are on
                                                                                Mönchsberg at Sunset,
       WHAT NEXT?                                                               check out “Sky Space”
       - To return to St. Virgil take bus nr. 7 to “Ernst Grein Straße”.        next to “Museum der
       (H2)                                                                     Moderne”. (free)
       - For the JUFA (Hostel) take bus nr. 3, 5, 6 or 7 to                     When you walk back
       “Justizgebäude”. (H2 or R)                                               down in direction “Mülln”
       - To continue with part walk back to Hanuschplatz alongside              you will come across a
       the river Salzach (direction east).                                      fun-court where you can
       - For or cross the River Salzach at Staatsbrücke.                        hang out.
       - For      go to “Hanuschplatz” (H1) and take bus nr. 1 to
       “Europark”.




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STEINGASSE AND KAPUZINERBERG
Silent night in hard rock alley

       HOW TO GET THERE
       From St. Virgil take bus nr. 7 to “Äußerer Stein“.
       Walk north-west along “Steingasse”.
       From Hanuschplatz cross the river Salzach at Staatsbrücke to
       Platzl near Linzergasse. On your right-hand side you can find
       Steingasse.

       FACTS
        • “Stein” formally meant wall or hard stone. This refers to
           the very hard rock on which the houses of the street are
           built on.
        • In medieval times this road was one of Salzburg’s main
           roads.
        • Steingasse gives a good impression on how the medieval
           Salzburg could have looked like.                               Hot Spots
        • Many craftsmen had their workshops in this road.                    “Cappomio”             in
        • The Author of the famous Christmas carol “Silent Night”             Linzergasse 39 is a nice
           was born in Steingasse nr. 31.                                     furnished café where
                                                                              you can have snacks
       CHALLENGE                                                              and drinks. €€
       Arthouse Cinema                                                        “Lu&Mo” in Linzergasse
       In Steingasse there is an old cinema called “DasKino”.                 35 is a small stationer’s
          Find out which movie they play at 20.45 today.                      where you can find nice
                                                                              postcards. €€
       Wanted: Luise Spannring
          Look for Luise Spannring in Steingasse and find out the
       colour of her dress.                                               Do’s & Dont’s
                                                                              Climb up “Imbergstiege”
       WHAT NEXT?                                                             to get an impressive
       - For part         and       or to return to St. Virgil and            panorama      view   on
       Jugendgästehaus go to Hanuschplatz (H2).                               Salzburg.
       For St. Virgil take bus nr. 7 to “Ernst Grein Straße”. To get to       slip and fall
       the JUFA (Hostel) take bus nr. 3, 5, 6 or 7 to “Justizgebäude”.
       (H2 or R)
       - To continue with walk north to Markatplatz.
       - For      go to “Hanuschplatz” (H1) and take bus nr. 1 to
       “Europark”.




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MIRABELL AND MARKATPLATZ
Where dwarfs and unicorns meet

      HOW TO GET THERE
      From St. Virgil take bus nr. 7 to “Äußerer Stein“, change to bus
      nr. 3, 5 or 6 and get off at “Theatergasse”. Walk north across
      Markatplatz. Behind the bus stop’s hut you see the entrance to
      Mirabell Gardens.

      FACTS
       • On Markatplatz 8 you can see Mozart’s Residence.
       • Mirabell Castle was built in baroque style for the arch
          bishop around 1600.
       • The meaning of “Mirabell” is Italian:
          (mirabile=admirable and bella=beautiful).
       • Many parts of Mirabell Garden were created for
          entertaining the people who used to live in Mirabell
          Castle. For example the Zwergerlgarten (=“Dwarf
          garden”), a labyrinth, a fountain, garden architecture and
          many sculptures.
                                                                            Hot Spots
       • Today the mayors office, a library and other
                                                                                “Café Classic” at
          administrative offices are located in the castle.
                                                                                Markatplatz is a nice
                                                                                place to sit. €€
      CHALLENGE
                                                                                “SPAR” supermarket is
      State Theatre
                                                                                located behind the
      On Markatplatz you can find the Salzburg State Theatre.
                                                                                Andre-Church on
        Find out which ballet they show this year.
                                                                                Mirabellplatz. If you
                                                                                don’t want to sit in a
      Dwarfs
                                                                                café you can find snacks
        Next to Mirabell Gardens there is the “Zwergerlgarten”. How
                                                                                and drinks to take away.
      many Dwarfs can you find?
                                                                                €
      WHAT NEXT? Go back to Markatplatz.
      - To return to St. Virgil or JUFA (Hostel) take bus nr. 3, 5 or 6.
      For St. Virgil get off at “Mozartsteg” and take bus nr. 7 to “Ernst
      Grein Straße”.
      For the JUFA (Hostel) get off at “Justizgebäude”.
      - To continue with part      and     take Bus 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 to
      “Hanuschplatz” (H2) or “Rathaus” (R) (it’s only one stop!) or just
      walk across a bridge.
      - For          walk to Linzergasse/Platzl (near the river
      Salzach/Staatsbrücke).
      - To go to take bus nr. 1 to “Europark”.




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EUROPARK SHOPPING CENTER
All a shopping-addict’s heart desires

       HOW TO GET THERE
       From St. Virgil take bus nr. 7 to “Hanuschplatz“.
       From Hanuschplatz take bus nr. 1 to “Europark“.

       FACTS
        • Salzburgs most popular shopping center
        • More than 130 shops and restaurants
        • on an area of more than 50.000 m².
        • Opening hours:
           Mondays to Thursdays: 09:00 - 19:30
           Fridays :09:00 - 21:00

       CHALLENGE
       The “and” is near
       Below you can see five details of shop signs.                       Do’s & Dont’s
         Try to find out the shop’s full names.                                Be aware of pickpockets

                                                                                Don’t spend too much
                                                                                money ;-)


              1             2      3               4              5        Hot Spots
                                                                               At “indigo” on the upper
       WHAT NEXT?                                                              floor you find various
       Take bus nr. 1 to “Hanuschplatz”.                                       cheap and tasty dishes
       - To return to St. Virgil take bus nr. 7 to “Ernst Grein Straße”.       – from sushi to curries.
       - For the JUFA (Hostel) take bus nr. 3, 5, 6 or 7 to                    Food: €, Drinks €€
       “Justizgebäude”.                                                        At “CRUSH“ juice bar on
       - At Hanuschplatz you can also continue with parts and .                the ground floor you get
       - Cross the river Salzach for or .                                      fruit    cocktails    and
                                                                               shakes. €€
                                                                               “Raschofer”      on    the
                                                                               upper      floor    offers
                                                                               delicious and typical
                                                                               Austrian dishes. €€
                                                                               “Pizza e Pasta” on the
                                                                               ground floor you can get
                                                                               slices of pizza for not
                                                                               much money. €




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4.1.4 The Key to Success: A tool for reflection




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4.1.5 Postcard to the organisers: A tool for evaluation




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4.2. List of participants

List of Participants                                  aces Kick Off Meeting                                      Salzburg, 28th September - 2nd October 2009
Last Name           First Name      T/S   Sex School/Organisation                              Town                Country   E-mail Address
Students and Teachers of aces Project Schools 2009/2010
Durdija           Erdita            T    F     "Partizani" High school                         Tirana              AL        erdita22@yahoo.vom
Sahiti            Jusuf             S    M     "Partizani" High school                         Tirana              AL
Lici              Elsa              T    F     Foreign Language High School "Asim Vokshi"      Tirana              AL        elsalici@yahoo.com
Yzeiraj             Erenik          S     M    Foreign Language High School "Asim Vokshi"      Tirana              AL
Jesku               Eralda          T     F    Nehemia School                                  Pogradec            AL        ejesku@yahoo.com
Zgjani              Ada             S     F    Nehemia School                                  Pogradec            AL
Kircher             Arthur Ludwig   T     M    BG und BRG Leoben neu                           Leoben              AT        kircher.arthur@gmx.at
Radzik              Naima Siobhan   S     F    BG und BRG Leoben neu                           Gai                 AT
Huber-Kirchberger   Michael         T     M    Bundeshandelsakademie Linz                      Pichl               AT        M.Huber-Kirchberger@hak-linz.at
Wirth               Simone          S     F    Bundeshandelsakademie Linz                      St. Valentin        AT
Gamperl             Erika           T     F    HTL Pinkafeld                                   Bad Waltersdorf     AT        Haus-erika@gmx.at
Eberhardt           Ewelina         S     F    HTL Pinkafeld                                   Jabing              AT
                                                                                                                             skolahusino@yahoo.com;
Sivčević            Nedim           T     M    Elementary School "Husino"               Zivinice                   BA        nedimsivcevic@yahoo.com
Marković            Damir           S     M    Elementary School "Husino"               Husino                     BA
Musić               Jasmina         T     F    Javna ustanova osnovna škola "Kiseljak"  Tuzla                      BA        jasmina.music@hotmail.com
Suljić              Denis           S     M    Javna ustanova osnovna škola "Kiseljak"  Kiseljak, kod Tuzle        BA
Gavrilović          Jovana          T     F    Pale                                     Pale                       BA        gavrilovicjovana@yahoo.com
Ćosović             Hristina        S     F    Pale                                     Pale                       BA
Zaharieva           Lorita          T     F    Pencho Slaveikov Comprehensive School №1 Sofia                      BG        lorita_zaharieva@hotmail.com
Dineva              Snezhina        S     F    Pencho Slaveikov Comprehensive School №1 Sofia                      BG
                    Tyanka
Kardzhilova         Dimitrova       T     F    First Primary School "St. Paisii Hilendarski"   Galabovo            BG        tyanka_k@yahoo.com
                    Antonina
Koleva              Zhivkova        S     F    First Primary School "St. Paisii Hilendarski"   Galabovo            BG
Vangelova-                                     Foreign Language School "Sveti Kliment
Stoynova            Nadya           T     F    Ohridski"                                       Blagoevgrad         BG        Pirin@fwff.org
                                               Foreign Language School "Sveti Kliment
Tanova              Aleks           S     F    Ohridski"                                       Blagoevgrad         BG
Petrova             Petya           T     F    GPAE "Geo Milev"                                Burgas              BG        petiae@yahoo.com


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Evtimov         Viktor            S   M   GPAE "Geo Milev"                            Burgas         BG
                Kameliya
Ilieva          Tsankova          T   F   Lyuben Karavelov Secondary School           Vidin          BG   kami_il@abv.bg
Mikov           Emil Miroslavov   S   M   Lyuben Karavelov Secondary School           Vidin          BG
                                          Nevrokop Vocational High School "Dimitar
Mecheva         Teodora           T   F   Talev"                                      Goce Delchev   BG   teodora_mecheva@abv.bg
                                          Nevrokop Vocational High School "Dimitar
Dyulgerova      Elena             S   F   Talev"                                      Goce Delchev   BG
Krancheva       Yordanka          T   F   Nikola Parapunov Primary School             Razlog         BG   danny_2001bg@yahoo.com
Krancheva       Maria             S   F   Nikola Parapunov Primary School             Razlog         BG
                Vanya
Pashankova      Zlatanova         T   F   OU1 "Georgy Bakalov"                        Stara Zagora   BG   roumina@abv.bg
Dimova          Donika Ivanova    S   F   OU1 "Georgy Bakalov"                        Stara Zagora   BG
Gencheva        Diana             T   F   Private English Language School             Ruse           BG   diana.gencheva@abv.bg
Altan           Tyulyay           S   F   Private English Language School             Glodzhevo      BG
                                          Professional Economic School "Racho
Quijano         Angelito          T   M   Stoyanov"                                   Dryanovo       BG   angelitorquijano@gmail.com
                                          Professional Economic School "Racho
Garbova         Nadezhda          S   F   Stoyanov"                                   Gabrovo        BG
Ivanova         Krastenka         T   F   St "Paisii Hilendarski" School              Kresna         BG   tosheva_krisi@yahoo.com
Kovacheva       Katrin            S   F   St "Paisii Hilendarski" School              Kresna         BG
                                          Yordan Radichkov Foreign Languages Medium
Stefanova       Yuliya            T   F   School                                      Vidin          BG   yulia.stefanova@abv.bg
                                          Yordan Radichkov Foreign Languages Medium
Ivanova         Monika            S   F   School                                      Vidin          BG
                                          Gymnázium Hladnov, Slezská Ostrava,
Mechová         Eva               T   F   příspěvková organizace                      Ostrava 2      CZ   eva.mechova@volny.cz
                                          Gymnázium Hladnov, Slezská Ostrava,
Knop-Kostková   Klára             S   F   příspěvková organizace                      Brušperk       CZ
Hampejsová      Ludmila           T   F   Střední škola zemědělská a ekologická       Žatec          CZ   hampejsova@zemskolazatec.cz
Štoger          Tomáš             S   M   Střední škola zemědělská a ekologická       Žatec          CZ
Starešinić      Vesna             T   F   OŠ Jure Kaštelana                           Zagreb         HR   vesnavaga@yahoo.com
Klarić          Ana               S   F   OŠ Jure Kaštelana                           Zagreb         HR
Saraf           Anica             T   F   Primary school Podmurvice                   Čavle          HR   os-podmurvice@ri.t-com.hr
Kostić          Ariana            S   F   Primary school Podmurvice                   Rijeka         HR
Majić           Olivera           T   F   Prva ekonomska škola                        Zagreb         HR   ojmajic@net.hr
Sunara          Marina            S   F   Prva ekonomska škola                        Zagreb         HR
Kostić Barbo    Nataša            T   F   Scuola elementare italiana - Buie           Buje           HR   natasa.k.b@gmail.com
Pavich          Sara              S   F   Scuola elementare italiana - Buie           Buje           HR

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Sallai           Zoltán           T   M   Ady Endre Gimnázium                             Budapest       HU   szoli@freemail.hu
Boros            Viktória         S   F   Ady Endre Gimnázium                             Dunakeszi      HU
Nagy             Veronika         T   F   Általános Iskola és Napközi Otthonos Óvoda      Eger           HU   s.nagy.v@freemail.hu
Vitéz            Dalma            S   F   Általános Iskola és Napközi Otthonos Óvoda      Verpelét       HU
Porkoláb         Erzsébet Nóra    T   F   Arany János Primary School                      Kunmadaras     HU   zsokacska@freemail.hu
Dékány           Gyula Kristóf    S   M   Arany János Primary School                      Kisújszállás   HU
Kovácsné Hajdu   Andrea           T   F   Bláthy Ottó Villamosipari Szakközépiskola       Miskolc        HU   hajduandi64@freemail.hu
Soltész          Péter            S   M   Bláthy Ottó Villamosipari Szakközépiskola       Miskolc        HU
                                                                                                              raiszne@gmail.com;
Bartók           Zsolt            T   M   Debreczeni Márton SZKI                          Miskolc        HU   bartokzsolt@freemail.hu
Hájer            Anikó            S   F   Debreczeni Márton SZKI                          Felsőzsolca    HU
                                          Egressy Gábor Kéttannyelvű Műszaki
Palkó            Ágnes            T   F   Szakközépiskola                                 Budapest       HU   palkoagi@gmail.com
                                          Fekete István-Vörösmarty Mihály Általános
Kocsy            Edina            T   F   Iskola, Gimnázium és Szakközépiskola            Ajka           HU   edinakocsy@citromail.hu
                                          Fekete István-Vörösmarty Mihály Általános
Dajka            Vivien           S   F   Iskola, Gimnázium és Szakközépiskola            Ajka           HU
                                          Fráter györgy katolikus gimnázium ÉS
Lóczi            Tamás            T   M   KOLLÉGIUM                                       Miskolc        HU   egertomi@freemail.hu
                                          Fráter györgy katolikus gimnázium ÉS
Szabó            Máté             S   M   KOLLÉGIUM                                       Miskolc        HU
Toronyi          Gyöngyi          T   F   Garay János Gimnázium Szekszárd                 Szekszárd      HU   toronyi.gyongyi@t-online.hu
Pálma            Péter            S   M   Garay János Gimnázium Szekszárd                 Szekszárd      HU
Tunyoghy         Éva              T   F   Karácsony Sándor Primary School                 Debrecen       HU   tunyoeve@freemail.hu
Fodor            Richárd          S   M   Karácsony Sándor Primary School                 Debrecen       HU
                                          Magyar-Angol Kéttannyelvű Általános Iskola
Rizik            Attila           T   M   És Vendégláto Szakiskola                        Budapest       HU   arizs@freemail.hu
                                          Magyar-Angol Kéttannyelvű Általános Iskola
Tamás            Fitori           S   M   És Vendégláto Szakiskola                        Fót            HU
                                          Nursery, Primary, Special Vocational School &
Kleisz           Gábor            T   M   Public Educational Institution Baja             Baja           HU   kleisz.gabor@freemail.hu
                                          Nursery, Primary, Special Vocational School &
Pallaga          Mercédesz        S   F   Public Educational Institution Baja             Kecskemét      HU
                                          Orosháza Város Általános Iskolája és
                                          Pedagógiai Szolgáltató Intézménye
Szalók           József           T   M   Vörösmarty Mihály Tagintézmény                  Orosháza       HU   szalokjozsef@freemail.hu
                                          Orosháza Város Általános Iskolája és
                                          Pedagógiai Szolgáltató Intézménye
Vági             Dóra Bernadett   S   F   Vörösmarty Mihály Tagintézmény                  Orosháza       HU
Kalocsai         Agnes            T   F   Pannonia Primary School                         Budapest       HU   k.agnes@freestart.hu

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Cseh                Luca               S   F   Pannonia Primary School                         Budapest               HU
Tamáska             Zoltán             T   M   Wesley Kincsei Primary School                   Budapest               HU   zoltantamaska@gmail.com
Vevér               Olivér Alexander   S   M   Wesley Kincsei Primary School                   Gyál                   HU
Rotaru              Alexei             T   M   “Spiru Haret” High School                       Chişinău               MD   alexei.rotaru@hotmail.com
Radu                Ovidiu             S   M   “Spiru Haret” High School                       Chişinău               MD
Griu                Natalia            T   F   Lyceum Teorethical Gheorghe Asachi              Chişinău               MD   natagriu@yahoo.com
Cutasevici          Dan                S   M   Lyceum Teorethical Gheorghe Asachi              Chişinău               MD
Şofron              Larisa             T   F   Lyceum Teorethical Orizont                      Chişinău               MD   sofronlarisa@yahoo.com
Stratulat           Olga               S   F   Lyceum Teorethical Orizont                      Chişinău               MD
Hahuleac            Mihaela            T   F   Theoretical Lyceum "Mihai Eminescu"             Edinet                 MD   Nikita7979@mail.ru
Cojocari            Ştefan             S   M   Theoretical Lyceum "Mihai Eminescu"             Edinet                 MD
Radulović           Vesna              T   F   Comprehensive school "Dušan Bojović"            Miolje Polje, Nikšić   ME   vesna.radulovic@krstarica.com
Kostić              Tatjana            S   F   Comprehensive school "Dušan Bojović"            Miolje Polje, Nikšić   ME
Đurović             Svetlana           T   F   Osnovna škola Blažo Jokov Orlandić              Bar                    ME   b.j.orlandic@cg.yu
Fetahović           Irma               S   F   Osnovna škola Blažo Jokov Orlandić              Bar                    ME
Ruvinova- Ničeska   Margarita          T   F   OU "Josip Broz Tito" - Struga                   Struga                 MK   maginice@gmail.com
Župan               Despina            S   F   OU "Josip Broz Tito" - Struga                   Struga                 MK
                                               Secondary Traffic School "Boro Petrusevski" -
Ristovska           Sonja              T   F   Skopje                                          Skopje                 MK   sonjaristovska@yahoo.com
                                               Secondary Traffic School "Boro Petrusevski" -
Kocan               Anita              S   F   Skopje                                          Skopje                 MK
Hadzi-Toseva-
Avramceva           Ksenija            T   F   SUGS Gimnazija Josip Broz Titio                 Skopje                 MK   ksavramceva@yahoo.com
Bundovski           Kristijan          S   M   SUGS Gimnazija Josip Broz Titio                 Skopje                 MK
Babovic Najdova     Jelena             T   F   SUGS Gimnazium "Orce Nikolov"                   Skopje                 MK   nenibabovicon@yahoo.com
Labović             Ekatarina          S   F   SUGS Gimnazium "Orce Nikolov"                   Centar, Skopje         MK
Ciobanu-Harhas      Liliana            T   F   "Mihail Kogalniceanu" High School               Vaslui                 RO   liliharhas@gmail.com
                    Roxana
Filos               Madalina           S   F   "Mihail Kogalniceanu" High School               Vaslui            RO
Sogor               Kinga              T   F   Banyai Janos Technical High School              Odorheiu Secuiesc RO        kingasogor@gmail.com
Szabo               Jozsef             S   M   Banyai Janos Technical High School              Odorheiu Secuiesc RO
                                               Báthory István Elméleti Líceum / Liceul
Modi                Tímea              T   F   Teoretic Báthory István                         Cluj Napoca            RO   timimodi@yahoo.com
                                               Báthory István Elméleti Líceum / Liceul
Mosonyi             Noemi              S   F   Teoretic Báthory István                         Cluj Napoca            RO
Tache               Gabriela           T   F   Colegiul National "Constantin Carabella"        Targoviste             RO   gabytache@yahoo.com
Dobre               Roxana Larisa      S   F   Colegiul National "Constantin Carabella"        Targoviste             RO
Nicolau             Tania              T   F   Colegiul National Octav Onicescu                Bucharest              RO   tania_nicolau@yahoo.com
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Pomana       Elena            S   F   Colegiul National Octav Onicescu              Bucharest         RO
Albert       Ovidiu           T   M   Colegiul National Roman-Voda                  Piatra Neamt      RO   albertovidiu@yahoo.de
Aramă        Miruna – Ioana   S   F   Colegiul National Roman-Voda                  Roman             RO
Vad          Marta            T   F   Gaspar Andras Secondary School Biharia        Oradea            RO   vadmarta@yahoo.com
Sulea        Roberta          S   F   Gaspar Andras Secondary School Biharia        Biharia           RO
             Magdalena
Badea        Monica           T   F   Grup Şcolar "Constantin Cantacuzino" Baicoi   Baicoi            RO   monicambadea@yahoo.com
Badea        Iulia Gabriela   S   F   Grup Şcolar "Constantin Cantacuzino" Baicoi   Baicoi            RO
Franczia     Réka Tímea       T   F   Kölcsey Ferenc High School                    Satu Mare         RO   atireka@yahoo.com
Kovacs       Réka             S   F   Kölcsey Ferenc High School                    Satu Mare         RO
                                      Liceul Teologic Romano-Catolic Gróf Majláth
Szabó        Márta            T   F   Gusztáv Károly                                Aiud              RO   szabo_marta80@yahoo.com
                                      Liceul Teologic Romano-Catolic Gróf Majláth
Fechita      Luiza-Maria      S   F   Gusztáv Károly                                Alba Iulia        RO
             Éva-Maria
Török        Beatrix          T   F   Liceul Teoretic Zajzoni Rab Istvan            Sacele            RO   torokbeatrix@yahoo.com
Kovács       Brigitta         S   F   Liceul Teoretic Zajzoni Rab Istvan            Sacele            RO
Pente        Agneta           T   F   S.A.M. Lazuri – section Peles                 Satu Mare         RO   penteagneta@yahoo.com
Rózsai       Enikő Katalin    S   F   S.A.M. Lazuri – section Peles                 Peles-Lazuri      RO
Bosneag      Dumitra          T   F   School Nr.110, "George Toparceanu"            Bucharest         RO   bosneagdumitra@yahoo.com
Truica       Maria            S   F   School Nr.110, "George Toparceanu"            Bucharest         RO
             Izabela
Bretan       Elisabeta        T   F   Şcoala cu clasele I – VIII Livada             Satu Mare         RO   babutizabela@yahoo.com
Diosegi      Dalma            S   F   Şcoala cu clasele I – VIII Livada             Livada            RO
Botezatu     Neculai-Virgil   T   M   Şcoala cu clasele I-VII, Nr. 96               Bucharest         RO   nevibo@yahoo.com; virgilb@myway.com
Voicu        George           S   M   Şcoala cu clasele I-VII, Nr. 96               Bucharest         RO
Graur        Marilena         T   F   Şcoala cu clasele I–VIII Cocorastii Colt      Ploieşti          RO   gheea4all@yahoo.com
             Nicoleta -                                                             Com. Cocoraştii
Moraru       Florina          S   F   Şcoala cu clasele I–VIII Cocorastii Colt      Colt              RO
Vass         Angela Maria     T   F   Şcoala cu clasele I-VIII Nr. 49               Bucharest         RO   angelabasu@yahoo.com
Serban       Ariana           S   F   Şcoala cu clasele I-VIII Nr. 49               Bucharest         RO
Pralea       Steluţa Elena    T   F   Tesila-Agromontaneous High School             Valea Doftanei    RO   st_e_pralea@yahoo.com
             Stefan
Pralea       Alexandru        S   M   Tesila-Agromontaneous High School             Valea Doftanei    RO
Vergović     Marija           T   F   "Slobodan Sekulić" Elementary School          Užice             RS   vergovic@gmail.com
Ikodinović   David            S   M   "Slobodan Sekulić" Elementary School          Užice             RS
Janković     Ljiljana         T   F   Administrativno birotehnička škola u Nišu     Niš               RS   ljiljana@live.com; ljiljaj@live.com
Podvinski    Tanja            S   F   Administrativno birotehnička škola u Nišu     Niš               RS
Žilić        Danica           T   F   Agricultural School in Bačka Topola           Bačka Topola      RS   dana@stcable.rs

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Hajnal         Beata        S   F   Agricultural School in Bačka Topola         Bačka Topola       RS
Rovčanin       Jasmina      T   F   Agriculture School with Boarding School     Novi Sad           RS    jacarov@gmail.com
Vrapčenjak     Jovana       S   F   Agriculture School with Boarding School     Petrovaradin       RS
                                                                                Sremska
Rakić          Sava         T   M   Elementary School "Petefi Sandor"           Kamenica            RS   rakic.sava@yahoo.com
Poznanović     Maša         S   F   Elementary School "Petefi Sandor"           Novi Sad            RS
Pop-Jovanov    Danijela     T   F   Karlovačka Gimnazija                        Novi Sad            RS   danijelapj@gmail.com
Milisavić      Dajana       S   F   Karlovačka Gimnazija                        Veternik            RS
Nyúl           Zoltán       T   M   O.Š. Mosa Pijade                            Pačir               RS   nyulz@stcable.net
Vukelić        Minja        S   F   O.Š. Mosa Pijade                            Stara Moravica      RS
Veličković     Zoran        T   M   OS Djura Jaksić                             Zaječar             RS   velzor@yahoo.com
Krstić         Emilija      S   F   OS Djura Jaksić                             Zaječar             RS
Petković       Nataša       T   F   Osnovna škola Jovan Jovanović Zmaj          Žabalj              RS   fraunata@gmail.com
Kiš            Ivana        S   F   Osnovna škola Jovan Jovanović Zmaj          Đurđevo             RS
Savić          Snežana      T   F   Polytechnic School                          Kragujevac          RS   cokka79@yahoo.com
Djurdjević     Bojana       S   F   Polytechnic School                          Kragujevac          RS
                                    Škola za Osnovno i srednje obrazovanje Milan
Petković       Marinko      T   M   Petrović                                     Žabalj             RS   Marepet71@nadlanu.com
                                    Škola za Osnovno i srednje obrazovanje Milan
Likar          David        S   M   Petrović                                     Veternik, Novi Sad RS
Černilec       Janez        T   M   ESIC Kranj, Economics Trade School           Naklo              SI   janez.cernilec@guest.arnes.si
Hribar         Eva          S   F   ESIC Kranj, Economics Trade School           Kranj              SI
Bratuž         Manja        T   F   Gimnazija Ptuj                               Ptuj               SI   manja.bratuz@guest.arnes.si
Golob          Metka        S   F   Gimnazija Ptuj                               Markovci           SI
Novak          Petra        T   F   OŠ Cerkvenjak-Vitomarci                      Maribor            SI   petra.novak4@guest.arnes.si
Breznik        Martina      S   F   OŠ Cerkvenjak-Vitomarci                      Cerkvenjak         SI
Kmecl          Maja         T   F   OŠ Hudinja                                   Celje              SI   majakmecl@gmail.com
Koželnik       Ana Marija   S   F   OŠ Hudinja                                   Celje              SI
Šut            Andreja      T   F   OŠ Središče ob Dravi                         Ivanjkovci         SI   andreja.sut@gmail.com
Rajh           Lea          S   F   OŠ Središče ob Dravi                         Središče ob Dravi SI
Vučko          Tadeja       T   F   Osnovna Šola Draga Kobala Maribor            Slovenska Bistrica SI   tadeja.vucko@gmail.com
Simonič        Nina         S   F   Osnovna Šola Draga Kobala Maribor            Maribor            SI
Zupanc         Minca        T   F   Osnovna Šola Franja Malgaja Šentjur          Šentjur            SI   mincazupanc@gmail.com
Pušnik         Ana Marija   S   F   Osnovna Šola Franja Malgaja Šentjur          Šentjur            SI
Plohl          Silva        T   F   Osnovna Šola Gornja Radgona                  Radenci            SI   si.plohl@gmail.com
Tirš           Zala         S   F   Osnovna Šola Gornja Radgona                  Gornja Radgona     SI
Verbič Karče   Saša         T   F   Osnovna Šola Mozirje                         Mozirje            SI   sasakarce@yahoo.com


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Kaker              Nac         S   M   Osnovna Šola Mozirje                          Mozirje             SI
Mikeln             Petra       T   F   Osnovna Šola Polje                            Ljubljana Črnuče    SI      petra.mikeln@guest.arnes.si
Jerman             Višnja      S   F   Osnovna Šola Polje                            Ljubljana           SI
Sraka              Andreja     T   F   Osnovna Šola Sveti Jurij                      Beltinci            SI      sraka.andreja@gmail.com
Cener              Nina        S   F   Osnovna Šola Sveti Jurij                      Rogašovci           SI
                                       Scuola elementare Vincenzo e Diego de
Filipčić           Mojca       T   F   Castro Pirano                                 Sezana              SI      mojca.filipcic@gmail.com
Bennetsen                              Scuola elementare Vincenzo e Diego de
Smajdek            Cindy       S   F   Castro Pirano                                 Portorož         SI
Forštner           Milena      T   F   Šolski Center Gimnazija Ravne na Koroškem     Črna na Koroškem SI         milena.forstner@guest.arnes.si
Valcl              Nejc        S   M   Šolski Center Gimnazija Ravne na Koroškem     Prevalje         SI
                                                                                                                 melita.semrl@guest.arnes.si;
Šemrl              Melita      T   F   Šolski Center Ptuj, Ekonomska šola            Ptuj                SI      melita.semrl@siol.net
Murko              Eva         S   F   Šolski Center Ptuj, Ekonomska šola            Markovci            SI
Leva               Bernarda    T   F   Šolski Center Rogaška Slatina                 Slovenske Konjice   SI      bernarda.leva@guest.arnes.si
                                                                                     Pristava pri
Grobin             Doroteja    S   F   Šolski Center Rogaška Slatina                 Mestinju            SI
Lipovšek           Lucija      T   F   Šolski Center Šentjur                         Vojnik              SI      lucija.lipovsek@gmail.com
Čas                Nika        S   F   Šolski Center Šentjur                         Šoštanj             SI
Ivančič            Vasja       T   F   Šolski Center Slovenske Konjice Zreče         Loče                SI      Vasja.ivancic1@siol.net
Kralj              Anka        S   F   Šolski Center Slovenske Konjice Zreče         Slovenske Konjice   SI
                                       Srednja poklicna in strokovna šola Bežigrad                               maja7mak@gmail.com;
Sedmak             Marija      T   F   Ljubljana                                     Ljubljana           SI      majasedmak@yahoo.de
                                       Srednja poklicna in strokovna šola Bežigrad
Smrečnik           Nina        S   F   Ljubljana                                     Laze v Tuhinju      SI
                                       Egressy Gábor Kéttannyelvű Műszaki            Rimaszombat /
Kovácsová          Alexandra   S   F   Szakközépiskola                               Rimavska Sobota     SK/HU
Zilak              Matej       T   F   Evangelické Gymnázium                         Nemce               SK      zilak34@gmail.com
Sýkorová           Daša        S   F   Evangelické Gymnázium                         Banská Bystrica     SK
                                       Stredná priemyselná škola – Ipari
Szabó              Beáta       T   F   Szakközépiskola                               Svätý Peter         SK      szabobea@azet.sk
                                       Stredná priemyselná škola – Ipari
Juhászová          Noémi       S   F   Szakközépiskola                               Bíňa                SK
Tkáčová            Zuzana      T   F   Stredná priemyselná škola dopravná            Košice              SK      tkacovaz@gmail.com
Lipnická           Michaela    S   F   Stredná priemyselná škola dopravná            Košice              SK
ERSTE Foundation
Marte              Boris           M   ERSTE Foundation                              Vienna              AT      boris.marte@erstestiftung.org
Neumayer           Knut            M   ERSTE Foundation                              Vienna              AT      knut.neumayer@erstestiftung.org
Gosejohann         Robin           M   ERSTE Foundation                              Vienna              AT      robin.gosejohann@erstestiftung.org

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Trifunović         Jovana     F   ERSTE Foundation                               Vienna            AT      jovana.trifunovic@erstestiftung.org
Radunović          Filip      M   ERSTE Foundation                               Vienna            ME      filip.radunovic@erstestiftung.org
Guests
Vlčan              Samuel     M   Včelí Dom                                                        SK
                                  President of the Federal Education Board in
Gimpl              Herbert    M   Salzburg                                                         AT
Ovesny-Straka      Regina     F   Salzburger Sparkasse                                             AT
Glage              Ari        M   University Mozarteum Salzburg                                    AT
Haider-Probst      Andrea     F   BFIT, Photographer                                               AT
Steiner            Philipp    M   Free Lance, Cameraman                                            AT
Vujović            Jelena     F   Executive Group                                                  RS
Cestnik            Maja       F   RTV, Journalist                                                  SI
Zvanović           Gordan     M   HRT, Journalist                                                  HR
Ristovski          Ivanka     M   RTS, Journalist                                                  RS
Facilitators
Lüth               Katrin     F   Free Lance Trainer, Facilitator                Innsbruck         AT      training@lueth.cc
Škrabský           Tibor      M   Free Lance Trainer, Facilitator                Banská Bystrica   SK      humanpro@nextra.sk
Steinbach-         Hermine    F   Agentur Steinbach, Facilitator                 Vienna            AT      office@agentursteinbach.at
Buchinger
Workshop leaders
Hacker             David      M   Students’ Association “Coole Schule”           Wiener Neustadt   AT      david.hacker@cooleschule.at
Mitschka           Igor       M   Students’ Association “Coole Schule”           Vienna            AT      info@cooleschule.at
Schneider          Johanna    F   Peer Mediator                                  Leopoldsdorf      AT      j_schneider@aon.at
Schönswetter       Karl       M   Salzburger Kulturverein, Label „gold extra“    Vienna            AT      Schoenswetter@gmail.com
Sieberth           Barbara    F   Free Lance Trainer                             Salzburg          AT      barbara@sieberth.com
Stojaspal          Carina     F   Peer Mediator                                  Mödling           AT      c.stojaspal@gmx.at
                                  CEJI - A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive
Sclafani           Robin      F   Europe                                         Brussels          BE/US   robin.sclafani@ceji.org
Hofmann            Peter      M   Pameambro                                      Vienna            AT      peter@pameambro.org
                                  Centre for Interactive Art, „In Stage
Manić              Jelena     F   Organization“                                  Niš               RS      Jelena_dred@yahoo.com
Radić Dudić        Radmila    F   Team TRI, Civic Initiatives                    Belgrade          RS      radmila@gradjanske.org
Čandek             Sonja      F   TiPovej, Institute for Creative Society        Ljubljana         SI      Sonja.candek@guest.arnes.si
Rüggeberg          Miriam     F   Trainer Assistant (Simulation Game)            Salzburg          AT      miriam.rueggeberg@sbg.at
Sommerauer         Verena     F   Trainer Assistant (Simulation Game)            Salzburg          AT      v.sommerauer@gmx.at
Weinelt            Tatjana    F   Trainer Assistant (Simulation Game)            Salzburg          AT      tatjana.weinelt@fh-salzburg.ac.at
Team Members
Eckert             Reinhard   M   Interkulturelles Zentrum                       Vienna            AT      reinhard.eckert@iz.or.at
Gamper             Tine       F   Interkulturelles Zentrum                       Vienna            AT      tine.gamper@iz.or.at
Steindl            Mari       F   Interkulturelles Zentrum                       Vienna            AT      mari.steindl@iz.or.at
Zeilinger          Rebecca    F   Interkulturelles Zentrum                       Vienna            AT      rebecca.zeilinger@iz.or.at
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Eichinger     Maximilian        M   Interkulturelles Zentrum (Finance Team)   Vienna             AT   maximilian.eichinger@iz.or.at
Dokuchaev     Dennis            M   Interkulturelles Zentrum (Finance Team)   Vienna             AT   dennis.dokuchaev@iz.or.at
Feledi        Gabriella         F   Interkulturelles Zentrum (Finance Team)   Vienna             AT   fgyuri@aon.at
Rochowanski   Friederike        F   Interkulturelles Zentrum (Finance Team)   Vienna             AT   friederike.rochowanski@iz.or.at
Gradinger     Daniela           F   Organisation Team                         Vienna             AT   Daniela.gradinger@gmx.at
Holter        Fanny             F   Organisation Team                         Vienna             AT   fanny_kuerthy@gmx.net
Pečinkova     Lucka             F   Organisation Team                         Olomouc            CZ   doobie@email.cz
Pejcic        Sara              F   Organisation Team                         Abersee            AT   sara_pejcic@hotmail.com
Zeilinger     Ricarda Rosalia   F   Organisation Team                         Salzburg           AT   ricarda_zeilinger@hotmail.com
Renoldner     Valentin          M   Pleasure & Leisure Team                   Vienna             AT   v.renoldner@gmx.at
Schick        Katharina         F   Pleasure & Leisure Team                   Salzburg           AT   Katharina.Schick@gmx.at
Zellinger     Helene            F   Pleasure & Leisure Team                   Salzburg           AT   zellingerhelene@hotmail.com
Hano          Tomáš             M   aces Tutor                                Komárno            SK   Tomas.Hano@yahoo.com
Perovska      Jovana            F   aces Tutor                                Skopje             MK   perovska.j@hotmail.com
Teofilović    Sonja             F   aces Tutor                                Sremski Karlovci   RS   sonjateofilovic@yahoo.co.uk




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