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Deadline got extended: call for participation in INPROFOOD project

Applications need to be sent by email to Maria Zolotonosa mzolotonosa@ecsite.eu by 23rd June 2013. For any enquiries ring +32 2 649 73 83.

Deadline got extended: apply by Sunday 23rd June.

This call aims to identify a maximum of 17 Ecsite members who will host and facilitate discussion games (PlayDecide) tailored at young people in September-October 2013 as part of the EU funded project INPORFOOD.

A maximum of 17 Ecsite members will be selected to run at least 4 discussion games in their science centres with young people as participants (aged 14-21). The general topic of the game is Food & Health and it will mainly focus on raising debate/discussion between participants on controversial aspects, societal problems and innovations within this area.

The game will be produced by Ecsite (in English) and distributed in digital format to the chosen science centres. Participating science centres will be responsible for translating the game into their local working language, providing the space for the games, recruiting participants and working with an experienced facilitator. All activities need to be carried out in September-October 2013.


Maximum budget available to each participating institution is 4000 EUR. This budget will be paid by Ecsite to the participating institutions under the “subcontracting” category of the project budget. Participating institutions will invoice Ecsite for payment, but they will not be asked to provide details (timesheets, costs invoices, etc.) of how the allocated budget has been spent.


Each application should include the following:

  • Brief description of the organisation, its activities and its audiences
  • Experience with discussion games/dialogue activities and potential facilitator
  • A description of the target audience and number of expected participants of the activities you will run
  • Budget breakdown
  • Name and details of an English-speaking contact person within your institution

For more information, please download the full call description below.