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Archipelago updated 09-01-2009

Images of EuropeConference "Images of Europe" Brussels, 1-2 June 2007

Exhibit "Images of Europe" and the Humanistic Thematic Network | view

Programme | pdf pdf

Restricted Area for Work groups | login

Human Plus '07 Picture Gallery | view

Archipelago '07 Picture Gallery | view

"The Archhipelago Images of Europe Mix" by Wim Kratsborn | pdf pdf

Power Point by Christina Slade | ppt

 

Human Plus 2006

| 30 june - 1 july 2006 | read

Second Plenary Conference, Pisa 30 June - 1 July 2006

HUMAN PLUS Journal | visit |

Picture Gallery | view

 

| 29 may 2006 | pdf pdf

Archipelago Information Booklet

 

| 30 may 2006 | read
The Archipelago of the Humanistic Thematic Networks is formed of 20 Erasmus-Socrates Thematic Networks which deal with different areas and aspects of the Humanistic Arts and Sciences. Thematic Networks are organisms created and run by active, motivated people primarily from Higher Education institutions, but also from associations and other bodies, from all European countries eligible for Socrates programmes.

 

Human Plus 2004

| 25 october 2004 | read (old site)

First Conference, Brussels 26-27 November 2004

  • Booklet | pdf pdf

  • Report | pdf pdf

  • Picture Gallery

  • | Human Plus 2004 | view

  • Song for Archipelago

  • Lyrics: html - txt

  • mp3: 128 - 192 kbps

Contacts | link

This project is supported by the European Commission through its Directorate General for Education and Culture under the Accompanying Measures line of the Socrates programme. This website and the materials on it reflects the views only of the organisers and the participants, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.The contents of this website is solely the responsibility of the HUMAN PLUS Network of Networks.

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