Conference Contents

"Multilingualism Policy of DG EAC" - presenter: Pedro Chaves, Principal Administrator, Multilingualism Policies, European Commission - Directorate General for Education and Culture

This presentation focusses on the main objectives and features of the Europen Multilingualism Policy and its practical consequences.         

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"Dissemination and Exploitation Strategy of DG EAC" - presenter: Elisabetta Degiampietro, Head of Sector Valorisation, Directorate Culture, Multilingualism and Communication, European Commission - Directorate General for Education and Culture

The presentation focusses on dissemination and exploitation of results inside European educational and cultural programmes.         

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"Reaching the Policy-Makers" - presenter: Dr Lid King, National Director of Languages, Department for Children, Schools and Families (UK)

Dr King outlines his views on how policy is developed.  What are the factors which influence political decisions?  Are they different from the ways that academics or project developers conceptualise change?  Of particular interest may be the distinction between logic (practitioner world view) and ideology (political world view).

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"Management of Language Projects within the LLP" - presenter: Gillian McLaughlin, Head of Sector, Languages and LLP Coordination,  Education Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency

A presentation of the languages team within the Executive Agency and an overview of the application procedures for the LLP. This presentation helps to understand who to contact within the Executive Agency, as the team has recently been enlarged.


"Networking" - presenter: Geoffrey Mazullo, Director, Partners for Financial Stability (PFS) Program, East-West Management Institute

Mr. Mazullo introduces the PFS Program; defines the PFS Program mandate; describes in detail a case study/example of a successful PFS Program regional initiative; describes the PFS Program network and explains how the PFS Program networks; explains what the PFS Program does differently (from other donor-funded projects and/or public-private partnerships). The case study provides a specific example of how the PFS Program networks in order to fulfill its mandate of promoting regional financial sector integration and financial sector development.          

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"Web 2.0 & European Funded projects" - presenter: David Röthler, Media & International Projects Consultant                         

The presentation looks at the following aspects in projects management, projects collaboration and projects dissemination that can be supported by Web 2.0: project blog, social bookmarking, wiki, podcasting, RSS, video services. View the presentation at:


"Fundraising" - presenter: George Pickering, Director, Professional Development Centre, International House London

The presentation highlights how to obtain funds from organisations and the importance of relationship fundraising and excellent customer service.


Presentations made at the DissMark II Conference and Project Fair by project coordinators and partners:

Lingua 1

ELN Plus     Open the PDF presentation

eEuroInclusion     Open the PDF presentation

EU&I     Open the PDF presentation

FORA_08     Open the PDF presentation

LARA     Open the PDF presentation

Learning by Moving     Open the PDF presentation

MumDad&Me     Open the PDF presentation

Open to Every Citizen     Open the PDF presentation

SHOPLANG     Open the PDF presentation

Swim the Language     Open the PDF presentation

BRET     Open the PDF presentation

Lingua 2

LOLIPOP     Open the PDF presentation

EXPLICS     Open the PDF presentation

INTERCOM     Open the PDF presentation

ONENESS     Open the PDF presentation

SignOn!     Open the PDF presentation


Insula Europae     Open the PDF presentation

Leonardo da Vinci

ELS     Open the PDF presentation

InterAct     Open the PDF presentation

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