Covering a period of 28 months, from December 2017 to April 2020, Behind the Stage unfolds through a series of different activities and events happening in 5 different  European cities. The activities consist in workshops with practical examples and real cases, seminars to deepen the knowledge of participants on specific subjects, and in international awards contest for employer’s associations as well as individual organisations.


workshopsOver the course of the project, in the framework of the BTS Academy, the partners organise a series of capacity building workshops with the aim of giving tools as well helping participants to develop new set of skills while learning about good practices on a European level.  The following workshops have been organised (list regularly updated):

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seminarsDuring the 28 months of the project, during each BTS Academy, the partners curate a number of subject-based seminars tackling issues ranging from European Labour laws to gender equality. The seminars are addressed to small group of professionals and are designed to be interactive and facilitate learning through active participation.

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awards           In summer 2018 a call for application to the Pearle* 2018 Awards was launched. The Awards comprise of 5 Awards categories for employers’ associations that excelled in particular areas of relevance for the Behind the Stage project, as well as one Award category for individual organisations who carried on activities of excellence in occasion of the celebrations for the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018.

Awards categories for employers’ associations:

Cooperation Award
Diversity & Equal Opportunities Award
Skills/Training/ Lifelong Learning Award
Social Dialogue/Collective Bargaining Award
Sustainable Development Award

Award category for individual organisation:

Spotlight on Heritage in Culture and the Arts Award: a special award for an individual organisation’s outstanding achievement

Discover the Pearle* 2018 Awards winners!

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