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2nd Transnational Project Meeting in Vinci has started! From left: Tomas, Olga, Laris, Anita, Urska, Lenka, Rui, Jarmo, Kari, Eila, Sergio and Marco. Photo: Kristiina Vesama


The 2nd Transnational Meeting of the KA2 Project Future Labs has started in Vinci.  Associazione Agrado is  hosting this meeting. 

“I am very happy, we are joining  this  FutureLabs project”, says Laris Guerri, the President of Agrado. “After the first training we tested the methods with 50 youngs, age 14-18 years and with 10 youth workers.  I think, these workshops were very good, especially for the young guys. We have tested Design Thinking, Improvisation and Art of  Hosting. ”

2nd Transnational Project Meeting in Vinci: 

  • Participants: Humak, Hyvärilä Youth Centre, Ha Moment, Team Mais , PiNa,  YouthWatch, ANEV and Agrado
  • Objectives: feedback & analysis from the first training, feedback reports & analysis of the testgroups, preparation for second training, planning and processing the outputs (handbook, videos, podcasts, training curricula)
  • Evening programme: Birthday Party for Sergio, Swimming Pool Party, Wine tasting and excursion to San Miniato


  • Youth organisation, founded year 2000, created by the 10 person interested in Youth Work, started working in the local level, nowdays only international projects & trainings for youth leaders

Shortly about Vinci

Vinci is a small historical town (15.000 inhabitants) in the countryside of Tuscany – Centre of Italy- between Florence (30 minutes by train) and Pisa (35/40 minutes by train). It is famous because it gave birth to Leonardo da Vinci, the Genius of the Renaissance Age. It’s rich in history, art, culture and nature. Famous for the typical Tuscany landscape with olive trees and vineyards on its sweet hills.

Accommodation in Tenuta di Campagliana:  https://www.interhome.com/italy/florence-countryside/vinci/holiday- house-tenuta-di-campagliana-it5220.915.1/

Weather: https://www.3bmeteo.com/meteo/vinci


Accomodation. Photo: Kristiina Vesama