Our CiSEP Alumni have plenty of project ideas with the aim to bring Ukraine closer to the EU. They deal with participatory governance, health, ICT, and cultural heritage. Yet, a good idea is never enough. After all, every project realization requires sufficient funds and administrative capacity. For this reason,
November 21-23 marked the successful implementation of the seventh workshop of IEPs “Training The Trainers on EU Project Cycle Management”. The training went once again back to the regions and took place in Odessa.
October 10-12 marked the successful implementation of the sixth workshop of IEPs “Training The Trainers on EU Project Cycle Management” in Kyiv. The training series is aimed at enabling the Ukrainian civil society participants to apply for EU funding and manage EU funded projects according to the EU Project Cycle requirements but also to pass on their knowledge to their colleagues through self-conducted trainings. It is furthermore part of IEPs ongoing work (Civic School for Sound EU Practice – CiSEP) to strengthen the capacity of Ukraine’s civil society in the framework of the EU-Ukraine association process.
From 23-25 of May the second workshop of the „Training The Trainers on EU Project Cycle Management“ was successfully implemented by Project Manager Martin Stein in Kyiv. During the three-day long workshop the participants continued working on their project ideas of the first workshop and were already able to create a Logical Framework Matrix, that they also worked on inbetween the workshops.
The Institut für Europäische Politik’s (IEP) second project stage of the Civic School for Sound EU Practice (CiSEP), a Training The Trainers on EU-Project-Cycle-Management, launched successfully between April 25-27 in Kyiv and was implemented by Martin Stein, Project Manager at IEP. The first training titled “PCM – Where to start?” introduced the participants to the Project Cycle the EU requires when funding projects, provided them in interactive and practical sessions with first-hand knowledge on the first stage of the cycle (Programming) and started setting the ground with first skills on how to conduct trainings.
From 1-4 February 2016, the last of three challenging workshops on the role of Civil Society Organisations(CSO) in the EU-Ukraine association process was concluded in Lviv. The workshop tackled the topics “Communication”, “Project Cycle Management” and “Fundraising”.
First round of CiSEP workshops successfully concluded in Chernihiv