Title The 'Big Bang': bridging the cultural clash between young, marginalised groups of young people and the world of work and VET
Project Number UK/12/LLP-LdV/TOI-517
Product Project website, Project Brochure and accompanying e-zines
Title Project website, Project Brochure and accompanying e-zines
Product Type website
Marketing Text The project operated a specific project website, as well as publishing e-zines on a periodic basis, and also operated a twitter feed.
Description A specific website for the project (http://bigbangllp.eu) was set up and launched, containing information about the project, partner information, news articles and results. It was promoted via project literature, news and PR items, partner websites (e.g. http://www.rinova.co.uk/news/big-bang-website-launched), twitter and other partner social media. A specific twitter account (@bigbangllp) was set up and was operated by 15billion. A multi-lingual hard copy brochure was printed (5,000 copies) and was distributed by the partners through their local, sectoral and national networks, venues and with partners/their working groups stakeholders, as well as at different European fora. 4 editions of electronic newsletters (e-zines) were produced ( e.g. http://bigbangllp.eu/?p=275) and circulated by email to more than 5,000 stakeholders and a second e-zine has been drafted for circulation in November. Local activities have been extensive: Partners have produced specific news items and press features regarding the project (e.g. http://www.rinova.co.uk/news/big-bang-starts-with-a-bang , .http://www.eublog.dieberater.com/. An 8-minute feature item about the project was also broadcast on national Icelandic TV (and repeated twice) - http://www.n4.is/tube/file/view/3637 .
Target group Policy stakeholders, target group VET professionals and EIAG staff, employers, young people and social partners.
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