Mobility of representatives of Ekocentrum

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Mobility of representatives of Ekocentrum

Mobility of representatives of Ekocentrum Paleta to Iceland

The nature of the mobility

Five representatives of Ekocentrum Paleta undertook a mobility to Iceland during the period from Monday 8 June to Thursday 11 June to meet with colleagues of the environmental non-governmental organization Landvernd (The Icelandic Environment Association) who in turn organized a sequence of relevant visits and meetings with other colleagues at other Eco-schools and at the visitor and education centres of three national parks located in the Southern part of Iceland.

Detailed programme of the mobility:Monday 8 June Guided by Katrín Magnúsdóttiron • Visit to Laugarnesskóli Eco-School, a local partner schools in Iceland involved in the Eco-schools project that has been run by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE).• Meeting at Landvernd. Presentation of activities and projects developed and currently being undertaken by colleagues of Landvernd.Tuesday 9 June Guided by Caitlin Wilson • Visit to Snæfellsnes National Park center at Hellnar and meeting with the head of the visitors‘ centre, Guðbjörg Gunnarsdóttir. • Visit to some sites at Svalþúfa, Lóndrangir, and at Mallarrif.Wednesday 10 June Guided by Guðmundur Ingi Guðbrandsson • Visit to Vatnajökull National Park center at Kirkjubæjarklaustur and a meeting with the head of the visitors‘ centre, Orri Páll Jóhannsson. • Visit to the Skaftafell National Park and the visitors‘ center. Thursday 11 June Guided by Katrín Magnúsdóttiron • Visit to Þingvellir National Park and a meeting with the head of the visitors‘ centre, Einar Sæmundsen.

Objectives of the mobilityThis mobility was expected to foster future cooperation and contribute to the achievement of the goals of the project entitled Natura Park previously approved by the Fund for Non-Governmental Organisations of EEA Grants in the Czech Republic. This achievement was perceived in the form of inspiration for educational and informative activities that Ekocentrum Paleta could implement in the new visitor and education centre that is being built in the premises of Natura Park.

Staff of PALETA:Jiří BurešIng. Ondřej ZemanJana HančováPetr MartinekPetra MuffováSubcontracted translator: Ticiano Costa Jordão

Projekt "Návštěvnická centra chráněných území" byl podpořen grantem z Islandu, Lichtenštejnska a Norska v rámci EHP fondů------------------------------Project "Visitor Centers of Environmental Protected Areas" was supported by a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants

www.fondnno.cz | www.eeagrants.org


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