SKIVRE Survey – invitation to participate!

How can the SKIVRE training scheme improve the development, production, marketing, distribution of monastic products? This is what we would like to find out by a Europe-wide survey. All persons working in or with monasteries or religious sites are asked to respond: staff in the production process, in the monastic shops, in distribution and marketing: SKIVRE kindly invites YOU to give us your opinion and experiences. Your role as a[…]

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Wanted: good practices for monastic products

The SKIVRE team is already working on a training programme to enable staff, monks, and nuns in European monasteries to successfully develop and market monastic products. We are looking for good practices! But what is a good practices? Assuming you are an employee in a monastery or monastery shop, then you certainly have products in your range that are particularly popular with customers. Tell us about it! Or, however, as[…]

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SKIVRE Kick-off Meeting at Bronnbach Monastery | Germany

 If there would be a ranking of successfully kicked-off projects, SKIVRE’s first meeting would definitely win a price! SKIVRE partners met in Bronnbach Monastery which is a perfect place for meetings that need concentration and an inspiring environment to foster collaboration. The  multidisciplinary European SKIVRE team  discussed their access to the project’s target groups and their expertise for the sustainable impact of SKIVRE: media k GmbH as coordinator (Germany) is a social enterprise which[…]

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Religious heritage conference in Groningen 2019

The University of Groningen / Netherlands organizes a conference Religious Heritage in a Diverse Europe – New Directions in Practice, Policy & Scholarship June 19-21, 2019. The religious makeup of European societies has been significantly changing over the past few decades. At the same time that more people identify as non-religious, new arrivals and conversion mean that the religious landscape of Europe is becoming increasingly more complex. These dynamics simultaneously enrich[…]

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