Two full days of training is organised for professionals from the NGO- and non-profit sector in Cluj, on the topics of grant-writing and project design.
The workshop is hosted by Polylogos, as part of Project ASPYRE.
ASPYRE is a 14-months project aimed at strengthening the democratic culture, capacity and participation of youth, by equipping them with practical skills and tools for active democratic involvement and civic engagement.The project is implemented by Polylogos, in partnership with AIL Roman, ISJ Cluj and SSSP, with the financial support of the Active Citizens Fund Romania, programme funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA grants 2014-2021.
For two full days, a group of professionals came to work and learn together how to
The training is conducted by Margareta Mihalic Dogan. Living and working in Munich, Margareta is an experienced project manager, grant-writer, trainer, consultant and author, with 10+ years of professional experience in managing European projects. Her down-to-earth nature, cross-cultural intelligence and practical approach means she always gets things done, and always to the highest standards.