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Presentation of Tales of EUkraine at the IP Education network in Crete

 On Friday 17 May, Enrico Turrin (Federation of European Publishers) attended a meeting of the Intellectual Property (IP) Education network in Heraklion (Crete, Greece) – where EU Ministries of Education, European IP offices and other stakeholders met to discuss intellectual property topics related to education.

The meeting was an opportunity to present Tales of EUkraine to representatives from the EU ministries of education - notably, those from countries currently involved in the project. 

During the presentation, attendees learned more about the project's goals and the partners involved in TEUk. The meeting also gave the chance to showcase the results achieved so far by the project, including the involvement of more than 21 publishers from 6 different countries, and the production of 76,400 copies with 35 titles already published or scheduled to be published.


Finally, the presentation was also the occasion to invite ministries of education from the participating countries to get actively involved in the project and support the distribution of TEUk's books.



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