BIOMOT workshop

25-28 March 2014, Ferme de Foy

Agenda

Tuesday 25th March 2014 evening – after closure of Biomot conference:

18:30-20:00 Dinner with the participants to the Training / results analysis meeting (Restaurant The Grapevine at Place de Luxembourg, just next to the conference location)

20:00 –21:30 Travel with mini-busses to the meeting venue (see below details and map).

Wednesday 26th  to Friday 28th March 2014 : WP2-WP3 training / results analysis meeting

Wednesday 26 March 2014: WP2 day

9:00 Introduction to the program of the day
9:30-10:30 Presentation of one case study by each of the seven teams (analysis/reporting). Five minutes presentation plus twenty five minutes of plenary discussion
10:30-11:30 Coffe break
11:30-13:00 Parallel sessions, country specific work (45 min) and plenary discussion (45 min) based on the SWOP analysis at the conference first world café
Commonalities amongst most different cases: cross-case analysis of motivational tools and mechanisms that are in common to citizen driven, enterprises driven and state driven initiatives
13:30-15:30 Lunch at the Ferme De Foy plus visit of the Abbey of Maredsous or the Castle of Spotin
15:30 Case study reporting and pre-analysis (analysis of saturation in responses, pre-analysis based on the drivers/barriers scheme of the second world café, reporting template) – constitution of groups for cluster discussions (Florin Popa and Jose Luis Vivero)
16:30-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-18:30 Parallel sessions to prepare publication based on case study clusters (based on most common case study methodology - differences within communalities-)

21:00 Meeting of the communication team

Thursday 27 March 2014: WP3 day

9:00 Introduction to the program of the day
9:30-11:30 Introduction of the parallel working groups and plenary evaluation of the method 1: bottom-up analytical method, a search for meaningful concepts, by means of thick reading of the interviews
11:30-13:00 Introduction of the parallel working groups and plenary evaluation of the method 2: more closed perspective, a search for relationships between concepts and statements, based on the ideas and assumptions underlying the interview guide used
 13:30-15:30 Lunch at the Ferme De Foy plus visit of the Abbey of Maredsous or the Castle of Spotin
15:30-17:00 Introduction of the parallel working groups and plenary evaluation of the method 3: theory driven perspective derived from notions and theories out of the common framework, made operational for the analysis of life stories
17:00-17:30 Coffee break
17:30-18:30 Plenary session: decide how we will go forward, with which methods or mix of methods, to ensure that our analytical framework is relevant and feasible (can be continued on Friday morning)

21:00 Meeting of the group reflecting on new project submission

Friday 28 March 2014:  WP1: Presentation of the interviews and discussion on methods for analysis

9:00 Conclusion of previous day and introduction to the program of the day
9:30-10:30 Presentation of WP1 interviews and methodology of analysis: group discussion
10:30-11:30 Coffee break
11:30-13:00 Time for final discussions on WP1/WP2/WP3/WP4 in parallel groups or in plenary (to be decided jointly during the first morning session)
13:00: Lunch at the Ferme De Foy and closure
14:00: The busses return the participants to the station of Ottignies
15:15 Station of Ottignies (train for Brussels at 15:45 from Ottignies)

PS for those who would have a train from Namur (direction of Liège – Germany) or who fly from Charleroi Airport (so-called “Brussels South”, most Ryanair flights), we would suggest to order a taxi from Maredsous to Namur station or to Charleroi Airport (both 30 min drive)

Registration (only BIOMOT participants)

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Participation fee

Amount: 350 EUR

The participation fee includes transport costs (renting of the van), fixed cost of renting the entire workshop location and fixed catering costs for 3 days.

Meeting venue (25-28 March)

Ferme de Foy, Foy 24, B-5522 Falaen (not far from Maredsous)

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