Y.civic is almost over. After 6 seminars, 5 of which on specific thematic, we are now at the 7th and last seminar. All this in 1 year !
Our seminars were attended by 600 people We couldn’t have wished for more! You were involved, motivated and determined You attended the debates, workshops, preparatory activities and post-seminar Actions. You have travelled, discovered new cultures, contributed to what unites us all: Europe This project is yours!
This is why we have the great pleasure to invite you to the Y.civic Final Seminar which will take place on 14 October 2022 in Brussels. Join us from 9am to 1pm to conclude this wonderful project together. Let’s not miss the opportunity to see each other one last time!
Meet at the Maison des Associations Internationales, Rue Washington, 40B in 1050 Brussels, Belgium.
Citizens campus organised the fourth thematic transnational seminar of the Y.civic project in Marseille on the theme of “Civic engagement”.
🔎 Citizen challenges with committed actors throughout Marseille, playful animations around Europe, collective intelligence workshops to answer European challenges, without forgetting convivial times with music and dance!
We would like to thank the witnesses – Marco, Justine and Paul -, all the participants and volunteers mobilized for this seminar as well as the twenty or so actors who agreed to participate: Le pied de Mouton, Les Têtes de l’art, Eurocircle, Pro BonoLab, La Cloche, Emmaüs Connect, Génération Politique, A voté, Marseille Capitale de la Mer, 1 déchet par Jour, Maison à vivre Les Jardins d’Haïti, Maison de retraite le Bon pasteur, Agence du service civique, Mars Connexion, Lutherie et activités artistiques, Alain Girard, APELS, CIVIS, La Ruche Marseille, Rugby Club Marseillais, Delta France Association, Lab’on-ID, Mission locale du Pays de Grasse
Video production : Laboratoire d’expression de la Mission Locale de Grasse et Lab’on-ID.
Next transnational seminar soon! This time we will meet you in Cluj-Napoca. It’s our last thematic seminar and it will discuss the “Civil rights promotion and media”. This project, co-funded by the Europe for Citizens programme of the European Union, will bring together young Europeans from Belgium, France, Italy, Poland and Romania.
Citizens campus organised the fourth thematic transnational seminar of the Y.civic project in Marseille on the theme of “Civic engagement”. This project, co-financed by the “Europe for Citizens” programme of the European Union, brought together 102 participants from 10 different countries: Germany, Belgium, France, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Greece, Romania and Ukraine, and brought together 31 local and European partners.
The fourth newsletter is available! A look back at the transnational thematic seminar about Rural territories organized by our partner BARKA. It was on 20 and 21 of may. We were 104 participants in Poznan!
On may 20th and 21st 2022 Barka organized the third transnational seminar about “Rural territories”. This project, co-funded by the Europe for Citizens programme of the European Union, brang together 104 persons from 7 different countries: Belgium, Belarus, France, Italy, Poland, Turkey and Ukraine.
On june 10 and 11, Citizens Campus organizes the fourth thematic seminar of the Y.civic project. This project, co-funded by the Europe for Citizens programme of the European Union, will bring together young Europeans (Belgium, France, Italy, Poland and Romania) and allow them to express their opinion on the theme of civic engagement.
Following the seminar in Palermo on legality and democracy in Europe as well as on crime and European justice, the young people wanted to reinterate their collaboration (see Verviers action of January, https://ycivic.eu/fr/action-de-solidarite-en-belgique-photos). This time, it was the young verviers of the Centre Esope who moved to Brussels on Thursday 05 May. The Bonnevie Center of Molenbeek welcomed the delegation of Verviers and set up this day of action-debate “Justice & Youth” in order to exchange on the themes of the police-citizen relationship, particularly through the conclusions of the Palermo seminar. Conclusions of the day
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