Deadline: 27 April 2014
Open to: young people from Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovak Republic
Venue: 20-25 May 2014, Budapest, Hungary
Historically, the Visegrad countries (Czech republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland) have always been facing similar challenges that developed a common V4 identity within the four member states. According to the latest research outcomes, today people share mutual concerns in the fields of youth issues and youth participation. ‘Visegrad Youth’ – Comparative review of the situation of young people in the V4 countries (written by Ewa Krzaklewska and funded by the partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth) will be presented as a background material in order to review situation of young people in the V4 countries.
The seminar We 4 EU – What are V4 aims to inspire/promote the development of future projects among participants from V4 countries in the frame of the Erasmus+ Programme as a tool for increase active participation of young people.
Youth workers, youth leaders, project managers, active young people; activists who have interest in V4 countries and are willing to create a project within Erasmus and come from Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovak Republic.
This project is financed by Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme. Please contact your NA to learn more about the financial details, and how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets.
Application deadline is 27 April 2014. You can apply for this training online HERE, but before you apply you should check with the NA of your residence country. The NA of your country will pre-select the applicants from your country; the hosting NA will fine-tune the list of participants and inform all applicants about the selection result.