According to the participants themselves, activities, described above, helped them to get a better look at conducting research and using the data for youth organisations. During the activities, they were not only very eager to share their knowledge and their thoughts but also to listen to what others have to say as well.
The project proved to be successful not only by its educational programme but also it was a valuable experience to start a multicultural dialogue. The participants assured, that the knowledge they gained will be useful in their future work.
The exchange took place at the same time as Kaunas Hansa Days, Street Music Day, so the participants had a chance to take part in the spring festivities of Kaunas and to immerse themselves into Lithuanian life.
To sum up, the project made a positive impact on the participants and organizations on many levels. As it was mentioned before, the participants are strongly motivated to make a change and to better youth organisations’ work, as well as to continue spreading their newly gained knowledge. We believe that participants included in the project “Research Makes Perfect” will promote akin projects across the EU.