Multiplier Events

CliCCHE Multiplier Events:

  • E1 / I never thought trees were so important to the city / CYI / Strovolos, Nicosia
  • E2 / SOS AIR / BU / Valjevo
  • E3 / Water for a friend / UNICAM / San Benedetto del Tronto
  • E4 / Forever Communities / ISCTE / Lisbon
  • E5 / Final Conference / CNR / Palermo

In the period September-October-November 2023, 4 national multiplier events will be organized in Strovolos (Cyprus), Valjevo (Serbia), San Benedetto del Tronto (Italy) and Lisbon (Portugal). The fifth multiplier event, the Final Conference of the CliCCHE project, will be organized on November 30th and December 1st, 2023 in Palermo, Italy.

National Multiplier Events

The national multiplier events will consist in a one-day event divided into a Dissemination Seminar and a Participatory Public Art Happening based on the results of the activities of the local workshops and focused on climate change and its effects on health in the urban target areas subject of this experimentation.

The Universities will provide local partners with the scientific support for events development, and help spread the projects’ results in the four involved countries and target areas.

Moreover, the other project partners will attend virtually (through web conference).

Each event have a specific topic and will take place in chosen city/neighborhood with the active involvement of local stakeholders, professors and students.


  • CliCCHE associates (academia/universities: teachers and students)
  • citizens’ associations (civil sector)
  • professionals (private/busines sector)
  • public administration officials (public sector)

A balanced composition of local participants by gender and age group will also be very important for their active contribution to the events.

Local participants will host the Participatory happening and dissemination seminar planned for each Multiplier Event.

The Associates

The Associates will be involved in the application of multiplier events and will contribute at the activities success:

  • they will identify the target areas (urban district) for the experimentation, in agreement with the linked University
  • they will promote the involvement of the main stakeholders such as citizens’ associations, professionals and public administration officials in local workshops and multiplier events.

Each partner institution will select 2 staff members, teachers/trainers, with expertise in the project themes, who will coordinate the local workshops, training and support the organizations of multiplier events.


The dissemination activity is aimed mainly at the local population, and it will be set up in two phases:

  • The morning activities provide the story of the training experience in the dissemination seminar will take place, through videos, exhibitions, interviews with privileged interlocutors and participants, and with the presentation of the workshop’s project results and spreading the knowledge acquired by students in R1, R3, and R4. The animators of this story will be the students with the contribution of local stakeholders.
  • The afternoon’s activities will regard the dissemination of the project results directly on site, on the experimentation target area through a Participatory Public Art Happening. Using an immediate and engaging language, and namely the public art, the attention will focus on a topic that particularly affects the chosen city/neighborhood. The aim is to raise awareness among citizens about problems that climate change is causing in urban health and possibilities for overcoming them. The students will improvise as artists within the city and within the neighborhood under study, in order to stimulate citizens and ask questions about health and climate change, through a special focus of the local topic of the event (greenery, air, water, community, know-how). In particular, the goal of the workshop is to make people understand the relationship between water, climate change and health, with the support of the communicative ability of public art. This happening will therefore have the aim of transforming a design hypothesis into action to encourage the development of forms of active citizenship aware and capable of continuing potential future projects and to get students used to debate with people in view of their future professional activity.

Targets groups

students, professors, local stakeholders (citizen’s associations, professionals, public administration). It is expected to involve at least 2 professors, 5 students and 10 stakeholders (representatives, citizens, professionals, administrators and public officials of the city) for a global amount of 50 people. Exclusively, Palermo event is expected to involve 90 international stakeholders in presence.


Seminar will be broadcast via web conference in order to allow the project’s partners to participate. Parts of it will be recorded and will be available on the project’s website.

Palermo Multiplier Event: Final Conference

It concerns the organization of an international conference in the city of Palermo which will aim to illustrate the project, the results and the outputs and to discuss with international experts for the validation of the training path. It will take place at the end of the project and will serve as a multiplier, dissemination and sustainability event. The project and its results will be presented to those who will benefit the most from the learning outcomes, namely the representatives of educational organizations and municipalities, who will represent the core of the audience. Teachers and students will be primarily involved as conference speakers. European representatives of the Erasmus+ Program will be invited and also additional speakers representing academia, international experts on the projects’ topic, as well as representative members of the associations of European municipalities. The conference will be broadcast via web and a recorded version will be uploaded on the website in order to spread it even for those who will not be physically present. It is expected to involve 90 stakeholders in presence. During the Final Conference the overall educational methods and tools produced by the project will be evaluated through a confrontation with external experts in order to analyze their strengths and weaknesses and to suggest possible improvements. These activities will allow the projects’ partners to evaluate the project in a comprehensive way and to think about to possible follow-ups.

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