On the 14 th of December 2020 representatives of five partner countries of the Land Mobility project met for the third project meeting. The prevailing COVID-19 pandemic coerced the consortium to hold the meeting, originally planned in Luton, UK, in a remote way. The event has been successfully led by the University of Bedfordshire.

The online session was also attended by representatives of Macra na Feirme, Ireland (coordinator); PROPEL Europe, Belgium; Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), Ireland; The Polish Farm Advisory and Training Centre not-for-profit Sp. z o. o. (PFA) and the European Landowners Organization (ELO), Belgium.

The project consortium reviewed the progress and current state of all three intellectual outputs. All partners discussed the impact of the COVID-19 on the project and solutions to potential problems caused by the prevailing situation. During the meeting, GMIT proposed the possible format of their Intellectual Output’s activities. After that, UoB introduced the software that will be used by all partners to produce animated videos. Next in line was PFA which designed the e-learning platform and presented their suggestions of the possible updates that can be made. The consortium set dates for the completion of each task in the project and discussed the dates and programme of the imminent training and meetings to be held individually in all the project partner countries.