Promotion of NatRisk project at Staff training week Erasmus+: Careers and Cultures

Staff training week Erasmus+: Careers and Cultures , within Erasmus+ European&International credit mobility was held from 28th November- 2nd December 2016 at Middlesex University, London, UK with participation of 32 participants from Portugal (University of Porto, Universidade Nova de Lisboa)), Lithuania (Mycolas Romeris University), Albania (Aleksander Moisiu University), France (University Paris 8), Serbia (University of Belgrade, University of Niš), Hungary (University of Pecs), Spain (University of Valencia, Univeristy of Barselona), Romania (University of Cluj-Napoca, Alexandru IoanCuza University), Poland (Jagiellionian University, Warsaw University), Kazakhstan (Kazakh University of Technology and Business,  Al-Farabi Kazakh National Univeristy), China(Beijing International Studies University), Georgia (Tbilisi State Medical University), Pakistan ( Forman Christian College, Lahore University of Management Sciences) Azerbaijan (Khazar University, Baku, Ilia State Uiversity), Turkey (Yeditepe University, Istanbul Bilgi University),Egypt (Alexandria University) and Palestine (Birzeit University).
On Tuesday, 29th November, within general theme -International prospectives on staff development  and Seminar Erasmus+ Key action 2 (KA2) projects (Strategic partnership projects and capacity building projects), Dr Vesna Stankov Jovanović (University of Niš) and Dr Sally Priest (Middlesex University) presented project Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan Countries (NatRisk). The presentation attracted great attention among participants and Middlesex University staff as an example of very good partnership between University of Niš and Middlesex University, and resulted in numerous questions regarding the project subject as well as future partnerships