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Mini Europe – The 3rd Creative Workshop – Mainstreaming Good Practice – Manchester, 9th December 2010

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The 3rd Creative Workshop for Mini Europe was held in Manchester, in the North West of England on December 9th, 2010. In order to ensure that the aims of the project can be met and all the options for bringing the exchanges between regions to completion, the focus of the Workshop was on Mainstreaming.

Photos of the day are available to download and view here:
Manchester Photos 1
Manchester Photos 2
Manchester Photos 3

The Agenda and the presentations are available for download here:

AGENDA

Mini Europe Update & Background – Karin Maatje

North West of England Imports & Mainstreaming – Tameside MBC & Salford University

Women’s Enterprise in the NW of England – Ellie Kerr & Elaine Owen

Sustainability of Mainstreaming – Winnie Prins – Province of Flevoland

New Sub Regional Arrangements in the North West of England – Suzanne Blackledge, Tameside MBC

The 3rd Creative Workshop for Mini Europe was held in Manchester, in the North West of England on December 9th, 2010. In order to ensure that the aims of the project can be met and all the options for bringing the exchanges between regions to completion are considered, the focus of the Workshop was on Mainstreaming.

The Creative Workshop aimed to ensure that all partners understood what it means in practice, what the options for mainstreaming might be in their regions, and to help them consider ways in which they might make this happen.

A number of presenters throughout the morning gave an insight to how they are currently mainstreaming the good practices they are importing, the essential ingredients for enabling mainstreaming to take place, and some discussion around the levels of mainstreaming that might be considered.

In the afternoon, three individual Workshops discussed specifically the existing mainstreaming opportunities, barriers to mainstreaming, and possible solutions within the Good Practice themes of Enterprise, Cluster Development & Sector Growth, and Knowledge Transfer.

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