Eudaimonia had a transnational meeting in Budapest from 14 May to 18 May in glorious weather as you can see from the sunny pictures. Besides the meetings, we had an eventful programme to see this beautiful city. The highlight of the meeting was the absolutely stunning charity concert given by the pupils of Körösi Csoma Sándor Általános Iskola és Gimnázium School and the international group of performers from the member countries of the project. We all would like to send our warmest thanks to the organisers for the wonderful time we had at this meeting!
The coordinators’ meeting takes places in Budapest 14-18 May, 2017
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Calling all students!
The above mentioned project coordinator invites all the students of the partner schools to take part in the creation of an official logo for the project. We need your help to create an institutional visual identity. We are seeking current project participant students who can design a creative, innovative and project representative logo design. The logo should be recognizable and help promote and identify our countries and the topic of the project.
The rest is up to you! Please read below for more details regarding logo design, contest rules & submission requirements.
How to Enter the Contest
The contest begins on the day of the publication of this announcement. Submissions will be accepted through December 20, 2016. Winners will be announced in via our website, social media websites and by direct contact to the winner’s email account. In order for your entry to be submitted and reviewed by our judges, all entries must be:
- Submitted directly to each school project coordinator
- Submitted in their original source file and
- Submitted as a high resolution .pdf with 300 dpi or higher.
- Professional: This logo will be featured on our website, our social media platforms and other mediums (stationary, pamphlets, t-shirts etc). As a result, while we want the logo to be eye-catching, it must still be legible.
- Theme: Logo must promote and identify our countries and the topic of the project, as well as allude to the project’s name. Design should be universal in theme, and not nation specific.
- Colour: There are no limitations and any colours may be used. However, logo must look good in colour (if any) and/or black and white.
- Integrity: Logos cannot contain copyrighted material. Logos must have been created and edited by the contestant(s). Logos may not include images or licensed images that have been previously published. May, however use authorised photos. Must be easily reproducible and scalable for large and small formatting.
In each school there may be an internal competition, depending on the number of participants. The local Erasmus + team will then select a maximum of three logos to be submitted to the jury of the contest.
The winners will be selected by a jury composed by the five coordinators of the project of the project. In addition, coordinators mustn’t, by any means, participate in the logo creation. Contestants agree that the project participants may publish their logo and name(s) and may use both for advertising campaigns and/or marketing materials in the future. Additionally, the project coordinators may alter, modify or revise the logo as it sees necessary to achieve the goals of the project and reserves the right to not select a winner if, in its sole discretion, no suitable entries are received.
The kick-off meeting of the project takes in place in Salo, Finland, from the 2nd to the 4th of November, 2016. At the meeting, we will design the project work and share the responsibilities, set the timetable and launch the different parts of the project: individual wellbeing, the wellbeing of fellow citizens, and the wellbeing of urban nature. The participants will also attend lessons, and a charity and wellbeing event.