MINUTES of ADHER Partner Meeting Samsun, 5 July 2011In attendance: 1. Barbara Vogrinec (SLO) 2. Taja Zorman (SLO) 3. Eniko Gaspar (RO) 4. Vahide Bahar Zengin (TR) 5. Laimute Mikalauskiene (LT)Agenda1. Discussing on objectives of our Project that was written on the application form (general-specific objectives).2. Expressing ideas about the following questions:- Could we achieve to finish our goals?- Which results did we gain and which ones didn’t we achieve? Why?- Opinions and general impressions about project and results.3. Discussing on writing final report. Defining and sharing responsabilities for the final report.4. Possibility to work further on the subject of ADHER and develop it’s ideas in other projects1. Discussing on objectives of our Project that was written on the application form (general-specificobjectives). The main goal of the project was read in front of participants: “The general aim of this partnership is to increase andempower the mutual understanding and dialogue among different cultures by improving the knowledge of peopleabout cultural heritages and helping them find innovative ways to access to knowledge about cultural heritages.”The partners all agreed, that the main goal was achieved by the partnership.All other objectives were then taken in turn and read in front of the audience. Members shared their opinions abouteach objective in turn and decided at the end, that the objectives were mostly achieved, giving a score of 4 (From aLikert scale from 1 to 5, where 1 is not achieved at all and 5 is totally achieved).Objectives that were achieved only in one or two countries from the total of six, were the following:- to compare the national and local regulations on the conservation of cultural heritages,- to make a comparison between the educational infrastructures in Cultural Heritage Management,- make a comparison between the training programmes, methodologies and practices,- develop and share common instruments that can be used in training courses.2. Expressing ideas about the following questions:- Could we achieve to finish our goals?
- Which results did we gain and which ones didn’t we achieve? Why?- Opinions and general impressions about project and results.The envisaged results of the project application were taken in turn and read in front of the attendants. Participantssaid their opinions about each and every result that we achieved or not.The single results not achieved yet were:- Some of the newsletters were missing, so the team decided to collect them this month.- The final version of the booklet is not yet ready. Barbara Vogrinec accepted to take Nerute’s place and finalise the thbooklet with corrections. This is why final corrections to the booklet, sent by Nerute in the date of 13 June th2011, should be provided from each country until the 15 of July, 2011 and sent to Barbara until this date.Romanian team will then make necessary corrections on the booklet until the end of July and send it to allcoordinators.As Barbara needs the Word version in order to make corrections, Laimute was asked to search for this version onNerute’s computer and send it to Barbara as soon as possible.- The final version of the new website is not yet finished by Italy and Greece. This is why, Greek and Italianpartners are kindly asked, to fill in the website part in their national language, not later then the end of July.The team also decided, to make a more official evaluation of results. So in order to have a written feedback fromall the partners, we will send a feedback form on the group that will have to be filled in by all coordinators.The feedback form will give us a more concrete view on the final impressions and opinions of coordinators.3. Discussing on writing final report. Defining and sharing responsabilities for the final report.The partners agreed, that the 2011 version of the final report is not yet available and that we will work on the latestversion available for us at this moment.Partners also agreed, that Part A, which is a common description for all the participants would be integral only if oneperson finalises it in the end. Eniko took the responsibility to collect from all partners the descriptions and to finalisethe final report, part A, with the help of the data sent by partners.This is why the team decided that Eniko should collect descriptions to part A of the final report from all thpartners, until the 15 of July 2011. Eniko will make one common description then and send it back to the group.4. Possibility to work further on the subject of ADHER and develop it’s ideas in other projectsLaimute said that the Lithuanian team would very much like to continue somehow this project, first of all becauseNerute believed much in the essence of this project: the culture. Slovenian, Romanian and Turkish team alsoagread, to find further possibilities to continue the promotion of culture and heritages and to work together in thefuture.