• JEF Policy is made by its members through resolutions passed by their elected representatives. They formulate key convictions and messages that provide inspiration to move away from the current political constellation in Europe and progress towards a true Federation.

Capacity Building

Task force: Capacity building

Chairs: Verena Kaun and Victor Thévenet (Federal Committee members)

EB contact: Emma Farrugia (Executive Board member)

Description:
Task Force Capacity Building has the key role of supporting and facilitationg the sharing of know-how and the building of capacities for JEF's members. As such, it serves to unite our section in diversity and expand their capacities. The task force is supposed to manage JEF Europe's knowledge-sharing tools. 

Outcomes and deliverables:
This task force is expected to deliver the following:

  • Enhance the twinning programme: sharing best practices of successful events
  • Mentoring and monitoring of small and new sections
  • Organising webinar trainings at least once a year
  • Supporting the Secretariat with the seminars cycle and the capacity trainings

Task force (TF) steps and timeline:

Step Deadline
Build a team for the task force (TF)End of January 2018
Enhance the twinning programmeNon stop
Create a template to report on the twinnings and their best practices End of January 2018
Best practices hangoutFall 2018


Work organisation, ressources and requirements:
The task force (TF) will meet monthly via Skype in order to coordinate our work. The TF will use Google Docs in the drafting of documents. Each member of the TF will get a specific role. TF Capacity Building requires no more than 4-6 members.

Competence development:
The members of the task force (TF) will all gain greater insight in project planning and management. Furthermore, they will learn some technical skills when it comes to the development and management of the knowledge-sharing database.