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The website will be in the form of a portal, divided into three thematic sections: an institutional one, a cultural one and an interactive one. The website can simplify the real-time exchange of information between the organizations that belong to the network and can serve as a means to advertise the individual organizations.
The website will be aimed at an audience of young Europeans aged between 16 and 30. It will contain the data provided by the Observatory and relative conclusions, and will include the various sections of the virtual review: presentation of the partners, project activities, calendar of events aimed at professionals in the field, interactive area for young people using the website and it will offer links to the sites of the Network's partners.
The involvement of the partners of the Cultural Framework Programme 2000 is envisaged during the design stage of the website, so that their contributions may be included within the appropriate sections of the site itself. The website will therefore also, and above all become a means for the various partners, bodies and interested institutes to "meet" and hold discussions.
In addition to the graphic study of a unique logo for the Network and the website, a section has been created that covers the work that the Network has carried out so far and the work that is underway. A reserved area that can only be accessed by authorised partners has been set up where project work and proposals can be inserted and various types of documentation can be exchanged.
The Grinzane Europe Network website will be constantly updated, so that its contents will always appear original and evolving. In general, a website such as that of the Grinzane Europe Network should never be considered to be "finished", but should be seen a dynamic, expanding medium, whilst maintaining an archive of all of the contents that have featured in it.
The website's graphics cover the creation of the trademark, the brochure, the manifesto and the Network's six-monthly newsletter (which can be consulted on line).
The aim of the interactive part of the website, which will be set up in the next few months is to significantly increase the number of visitors, above all internet users that the website is targeting.
The website will bring young readers together in a literary environment, that is increasingly evolving towards media-based formats, supporting or the traditional paper copies.


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