Applications open for “Making Europe Work”

Civic Academy for young disseminators from France, Germany and the Western Balkans

The project “Making Europe work” brings together young motivated Europeans and their organizations from the Western Balkans, France and Germany and focuses on ways to enhance civil society cooperation in and between these regions. Which challenges do politics and societies face in the light of recent developments in Europe? What are the options for future European cooperation between the EU and non-EU Member States? What is the role of the young generation and what possibilities exist to be active in those fields? The Franco-German motor and the Western Balkans, a European region of crisis and opportunity, are of central importance in this context.

Organizations of the civil society as disseminators of progressive ideas play a key role in this respect. The project therefore aims to bring together organizations from these regions, who are committed to active citizenship. The goal is to encourage them and to develop their skills further, to promote the coordination of existing initiatives and to launch the implementation of joint transnational projects. The main objectives are empowerment, networking and coordination as well as project development. The project started in 2016 and will run until 2019.

A follow-up seminar in Tirana (Albania) is planned.

Seminar fee:

  • 100 € for participants from Germany and France
  • 85 € for participants from the Western Balkan states

Reimbursement of travel costs:

  • from Germany up to 75 €
  • from France up to 150
  • from the Western Balkans up to 322 €

For questions, please contact Anja Lück:

jefwpApplications open for “Making Europe Work”

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