EaP Bazaar

25 March 2021

Gather is building virtual spaces for people to live and interact more effectively online. The platform combines video-calling with a 2D map, letting you walk around and talk to the other people right next to you.

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Time indicated is CET (Brussels timezone)

09h10

Opening

09h20

Official Opening and Introductory remarks

09h30

Overview of the good practices generated by the EU4Youth Programme beneficiaries

Presentation

10h00

Introduction to the Eastern Partnership Bazaar

ROUND 1 

10:15 – 10:45

Session I

Young European Ambassadors Initiative

Nina Gogoladze

EU NEIGHBOURS east

Session II

Elaboration of a National Action plan for SE

Elena Vasiliu

EU4Youth: Social Innovation Impact - A Strategic Partnership!

Session III

Mentoring System

Irakli Iakobidze

EU4Youth- fostering potential for greater employability

Session IV

Organic agriculture, agritourism and handicrafts: overview of the manuals

Liudmila Skakun
Leonardo Rosini

EU4Youth: “School Garden” for agricultural entrepreneurship

Session V

SKYE Clubs – a youth empowerment project model

Liana Sargsyan

EU4Youth: SAY YES Skills for Jobs project

Session VI

Entrepreneurial Skills Development / Enhancement

Lika Kiladze
Nino Khokhobaia

EU4Youth – Enhancing Youth Education, Employment and Participation in Conflict-affected Areas in Georgia and Ukraine

ROUND 2

10:50 – 11:20

Session II

The journey of a young social entrepreneur in Ukraine

Tatiana Vygovskaia-Kamenko
Ivan Kamenko

EU4Youth: Unlocking the potential of young social entrepreneurs in Moldova and Ukraine

Session III

Youth Clubs & Soft Skills

Gayane Aghumyan

EU4Youth: Fostering potential for greater employability

Session IV

Cooperation with state educational institutions

Tatsiana Babeikina

EU4Youth: Employability and Stability in Armenia, Belarus and Ukraine

Session V

Promote Inclusive Youth Activities

Irakli Giorbelidze

EU4Youth: SAY YES Skills for Jobs project

Session VI

Sustainable Agriculture Curricula in Armenia

Lusine Verdyan

EU4Youth: Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Development for Green Growth in Borderline Regions

11:20 – 11:30

Short technical break

11:30 – 12:45

Panel Discussion on Recognition, Validation and Certification of Non-formal and Informal Learning

12:45 – 12:55

Short technical break

ROUND 3

12:55 – 13:25

Session I

EU4Youth Alumni Network – Restart Package

Israel Peralta

EU4Youth: Coordination and Support 

Session II

Social Entrepreneurship in Armenia and Georgia

Anna Malkhasyan
Rusudan Nadiradze

EU4Youth: Social Entrepreneurship in Armenia and Georgia

Session III

Community-oriented leadership

Artem Karpenko

EU4Youth: development of employment of the youth vulnerable groups

Session IV

Motivating Vulnerable Youth

Anna Shkumat

EU4Youth: Employability and Stability in Armenia, Belarus and Ukraine

Session V

Advocacy on youth entrepreneurship and employment

Nino Khokhobaia

EU4Youth: Enhancing Youth Education, Employment and Participation in Conflict-affected Areas in Georgia and Ukraine

Session VI

Green Entrepreneurship and Circular Economy Curricula in Georgia

Mariam Khergiani

EU4Youth: Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Development for Green Growth in Borderline Regions

ROUND 4

13:30 – 14:00

Session I

Policy Labs

Claudio Dondi

EU4Youth: Youth Engagement Roadmaps

Session II

Experiences of young Social Entrepreneurs from Armenia

Anahit Ghazanchyan

EU4Youth: Social Entrepreneurship in Armenia and Georgia

Session III

Experiment and business idea as a study

Liudmila Skakun
Tetiana Ishchenko
Elena Culighin

EU4Youth: “School Garden” for agricultural entrepreneurship

Session IV

Life Skills and Employability Curriculum: trainings for local stakeholders and specialists

Anahit Avetisyan

EU4Youth: Employability and Stability in Armenia, Belarus and Ukraine

Session V

Work based learning – first efforts in Armenia in the TVET sector

Lilit Beglaryan

EU4Youth: SAY YES Skills for Jobs project

Session VI

Rural Innovation Knowledge Hubs in Georgia and Armenia  

Nino Tsintsadze

EU4Youth: Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Development for Green Growth in Borderline Regions

Audio and Video Troubleshooting

If your question does not find an answer below, please visit the Gather.Town's Help Center.

I can't unmute my audio or video!

If you dismiss or block the initial mic/camera permission pop-up window, you may see a message stating that "Gather needs your permission to access your Camera/Microphone..."

The warning you will see when your browser has blocked Gather from accessing either your camera and/or microphone.

You may close this warning, but if you do not change your settings, others may not be able to see or hear you inside of Gather. 

Here is how to find your browser settings and grant Gather access to your camera and Microphone. 

 

Chrome Settings

When you first enter Gather, you will see a pop-ups asking for camera and microphone access permissions. Click "Allow" in order to provide the best experience in Gather.

The pop-up asking for your camera and microphones permission will appear on the upper left side of your browser. Click Allow to continue.

If you accidently blocked Gather from accessing your camera or microphone, you will see a camera icon in the upper right of your site address bar with a red "x" to indicate that you have denied the site access. You can click on this to change your preferences.

If you accidently blocked camera or microphone permissions, you can click the icon in the upper right to see what you have blocked and adjust your permissions.

After selecting the radio button to allow Gather access to your camera and microphone, you will need to refresh the page for the changes to go into effect.
After allowing access to your camera and microphone, you may need to refresh your page before changes will go into effect. 

 

You can always check or change your permission settings by clicking the lock icon in the upper left of your site address bar. 

Privacy and Security settings for each webpage you visit are easily accessed on the left side of your site address bar.

 

Firefox Settings

When you first enter Gather, you will see a pop-ups asking for camera and microphone access permissions. Click "Allow" in order to provide the best experience in Gather.

A pop-up asking for camera and microphone permissions will appear on the upper left of your screen when you first use Gather.

If you accidently blocked Gather from accessing your camera or microphone, you will see a camera and/or microphone icon in the upper left of your site address bar with a grey slash through it to indicate that you have denied the site access. You can click on this to change your preferences.

If you have denied Gather access to either your camera or microphone, it will show you icons with a grey slash through the camera and/or microphone icon.

To remove the blocked permissions and allow Gather access to your camera and microphone, click on your site privacy and security settings by clicking the lock icon on the left site of your site address bar and then clicking the "x" next to each blocked permission. Refresh your page. 

Click the "X" next to each blocked permission inside of your site privacy settings located on the left side of your site address bar. 

Once all permissions have been granted, you can always check or change your settings by clicking on the lock icon in the left side of your site address bar.  Your site security settings should look something like this:

Site settings with both camera and microphone permissions temporarily allowed. 

If you get this message instead, you need to refresh the page.
Site settings after canceling blocked permissions but not yet refreshing.

 

Desktop Safari (Beta)

Safari will prompt you for camera and microphone permissions when you first log into a space.

A screenshot of Safari's permissions prompt. It says "Allow "gather.town" to use your microphone? You can change this setting in Safari Websites preferences." There are three options: Allow, Never for This Website, and Don't Allow.

Safari will prompt you twice for camera and microphone permissions when you first log into a space. Click 'Allow' to permit Gather to use your microphone, and to use your camera. 

If you accidentally click 'Don't Allow', refresh the page and try again.

If you accidentally click 'Never for This Website', you can change this setting in your Safari Preferences. 

In Safari Preferences, open the 'Websites' tab and scroll down on the left side bar until you see 'Camera' and 'Microphone'.

Safari preferences window, with the 'Websites' tab highlighted. In the list of permissions, Microphone is selected. In the list of websites, gather.town is selected, and the drop down menu is set to 'Allow'.

Click into each one of these and find gather.town on the list of websites to the right, then set the drop down menu to 'Allow' (or 'Ask', if you wish to be prompted every time).