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2024-06-09 News

OCEANS Network Gears Up for Strategic Initiatives at Second Board Meeting

Budapest, Hungary (and online) – The OCEANS Network convened for its second board meeting on 8-9 June 2024, combining physical presence in Budapest with virtual participation. The gathering brought together board members and the Support Service Team to chart a course for the network's activities and priorities for the upcoming period.

Key attendees included:


  • Samir Beharic, President
  • Leila Benabdallah, Vice-president
  • Luan Monteiro, Head of Internal Affairs
  • Carlos Alberto Lino Filho, Head of Communications
  • Ilhem Bendahmane, Head of Community Development (Online)
  • Yassine Zarouk, Head of Projects (Online)
  • Mohammed Ashqar, Head of International Coordination (Online)

ERASMUS+ Support Service Team:

  • Andrés Muñoz (contact point)

The meeting agenda encompassed several critical activities:

  1. Updates on the Annual Work Plan 2024-2025: Detailed discussions on strategic objectives and operational plans for the forthcoming year.
  2. Preparation for Annual Events:
    • Annual Conference in Prague (13 July 2024): Planning and coordination for the upcoming flagship event.
    • Annual General Meeting in Prague (13-14 July 2024): Ensuring comprehensive arrangements for the network's pivotal assembly.
  3. Event Procedures and Work Package Presentations: Deliberations on event logistics and presentations outlining strategic initiatives under Work Package 3.
  4. Communications Strategy Updates: Progress updates and strategic enhancements in communications.
  5. ESAA Developments: Insights and updates on developments within the Erasmus+ Student and Alumni Association, enhancing collaborative efforts within the educational community.

The meeting concluded with a renewed commitment to advancing the network's mission of fostering international cooperation and community development through innovative initiatives and strategic partnerships.


Hungary, Budapest, 8-9 June 2024
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