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Participants’ experiences leaflet

50 young people from 10 different countries were gathered in Athens for 8 days to discuss about EU and Democracy.
After these days they share their experiences
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Proposals for a more participative EU

During the Youth exchange “DemocrActive” that was held in Athens from 8 to 15 May 2017 under Erasmus + program 50 young people reflected on a variety of issues related to EU, European citizenship and decision making. In one of the activities they were invited to discuss and propose ideas on how EU can become more participative and how an increase in young people’s participation in European affairs can be achieved. A lot of interesting ideas were expressed by the participants and are presented below in order to inspire policies and decisions closer to the needs and interests of young people. Check out here the youngsters-proposals-for-a-more-participative-

The leaflet of the Project

DemocrActive’ is a youth exchange program under the Erasmus+ KA1. The main aim of this project is to increase youth participation in the democratic life of the European Union. The exchange will take place over 8 days in Athens, Greece. The participants will come from Greece, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain and Turkey.
Check out the leaflet!!!
Welcome to the web page of the DemocrACTIVE Youth exchange project.

The exchange will take place over 8 days in Athens, Greece. The participants will come from Greece, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain and Turkey.
The topics of the project aim to inform the young people about the European Union and decision-making processes, enhance the European identity create closer links between young people and the EU, to promote the concept of active European citizenshippromote democratic principles and valuesincrease the mutual understanding between young people from across Europe, with different cultures and backgrounds and boost participants’ personal development.