Una delegación de Altea formada por representantes políticos, periodistas, miembros de colectivos asociativos y profesores, se ha reunido en Bruselas para participar en la clausura del proyecto Your...
👉👉 #Yourope 8 countries meeting in #slovenia Working on the final meeting that will take place in #brussels in February 2020, and will conclude 1 year of Strategic partnership and the effort of hundred of europeans working together towards a better #youth perspective of Europe 🇪🇺🇪🇺🇪🇺
EN - This afternoon we visited "House of Europe", where we had a debate regarding the importance of particpation in the European Elections and the oportunities the Europe brings to young people. Ex European MEP Mr.Ivo Vajgl made this possible.THANK YOU! for receiving us. #Yourope EuropeDirectCitizens4Europe
CAS - 🇪🇺 visitamos esta tarde `House of Europe` donde nos ha recibido el ex eurodiputado Ivo Vajgl y hemos podido debatir la importancia de la participación en las elecciones de la UE y las posibilidades que abre al desarrollo personal y profesional de los jóvenes 😃 #HacemosEuropa #EuropeDirect Punto Europeo de Ciudadanía EUROPE DIRECT Europe Direct Alicante INJUVE Ajuntament d'Altea EuroAltea EuropeDirectCitizens4Europe... See MoreSee Less
Altea sigue potenciando su presencia en Europa a través del proyecto “Yourope” 🇪🇺 Esta vez nos reunimos en #plovdiv Capital Europea de la Cultura 2019 y continuamos avanzando #Europe4Citizens#euroescepticismo
🇬🇷🇪🇺 #Yourope project arrives to Agia! 😲 LOOK WHAT WE ARE DOING IN #greece! ⬇️
The group is going to work during these days on a declaration that is going to reflect the main challenges of the #EuropeanUnion, such as #climate change 🌿, #democracy quality 🗣, inmigration, and the cohesion and #integration of all the European regions. We want to shape the Europe that includes all of us. The #future needs more #europe!
Tell us what you think! How would you describe the #Eu with one emoji?
Republiko Slovenijo, torej vse nas, v Evropskem parlamentu zastopa osem izvoljenih predstavnikov. Z dr. Klemnom Grošljem, prvič izvoljenemu v Evropski parlament, smo se pogovarjali o prihodnosti Evr...
What are we doing in the meetings? Do we work hard? Do we enjoy what we are working in? Find here a video from the Italian partner about the meeting in Athienou, Cyprus and watch by yourself the job we are doing to fight against Euroscepticism
Here you can find a short video with the ideas of the students of the IES Bellaguarda from the Municipality of Altea. They debate about their ideas of the actual situation of Europe. ... See MoreSee Less
The Municipality of Altea, jointly with the Public High School Bellaguarda, celebrated a debate with young students. The topic of the debate was "Which is your idea about Europe" and the students debate about their own thoughts about Europe and their point of view in the actual situation of it. ... See MoreSee Less
Here you can watch the video that we created in our third meeting in Athienou, Cyprus. With this video we wanted to show how even though we are from different countries and sometimes we have specific characteristics because of this fact, we are all Europeans and we can effectively work together for a better development of Europe
Yourope is at Δήμος Αθηένου / Municipality of Athienou.
2 years ago
On the second day of the meeting in Athienou, we assisted to the presentation of " The European Elections of 23-26 May 2019 and their importance for the future of Europe" by the Head of the European Parliament Office in Cyprus, Andreas Kettis.
Moreover, 7 Junior Ambassadors students presented to us their campaign for the promotion of voting among youngsters "This time I'm voting". And they also performed typical songs.
We also attended a presentation of the Transfer Network "Volunteering Cities" and the good practice of Volunteerism in Athienou by the mayor Kyriacos Kareklas.
In addition, as the venue was the municipality of Athienou, we could also enjoyed a visit to the Kallinikeio Municipal Museum.
To finish the event, we proceed to the recording of a video in order to promote European Elections in our territories that we will share very soon with you.
It was an incredible meeting which let us full of energy to keep working in the project YOUROPE ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday it was the first day of the 3rd meeting of the project YOUROPE in Athienou. All the partners together participated in the activities organized by Athienou municipality such a us round table about EU policies and regional level, creative lab about our feelings to the EU and we also have a presentation by Dr Michelangelo Anastasiou about "EU Challenges"
Moreover, we also had time to get involved in the local culture visiting the centre of production of halloumi and artistic paint lessons from local woman
Last February we had the 2nd meeting of the Project YOUROPE and here you can watch a video done by the participants from Bulgarian Youth Association showing us what have we done and their conclusions from this meeting
🇪🇺Combating euroscepticisme also involves education. If you are a teacher and want to help your pupils learn about the EU and how it works,follow the link bellow and you will find a source of teaching material for all age groups. 🤓
With May 2019 European elections approaching, the Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute is inviting students and young people to reflect on Europe’s future in an essay contest under the theme “My country, our world in 2030” for a chance to win a summer school scholarship.
Assuming that Europe’s future will involve both an increasing need for integration and increasing levels of importance being ascribed to national, regional, confessional, and various other social id...
The global economic crisis strikes hard in Europe. The EU helps several countries to confront their difficulties and establishes the 'Banking Union' to ensure safer and more reliable banks. In 2012, the European Union is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Croatia becomes the 28th member of the EU in 2013. Climate change is still high on the agenda and leaders agree to reduce harmful emissions. European elections are held in 2014 and more Eurosceptics are elected into the European Parliament. A new security policy is established in the wake of the annexation of Crimea by Russia. Religious extremism increases in the Middle East and various countries and regions around the world, leading to unrest and wars which result in many people fleeing their homes and seeking refuge in Europe. The EU is not only faced with the dilemma of how to take care of them, but also finds itself the target of several terrorist attacks."
The euro is now the new currency for many Europeans. During the decade more and more countries adopt the euro. 11 September 2001 becomes synonymous with the 'War on Terror' after hijacked airliners are flown into buildings in New York and Washington. EU countries begin to work much more closely together to fight crime. The political divisions between east and west Europe are finally declared healed when no fewer than 10 new countries join the EU in 2004, followed by Bulgaria and Romania in 2007. A financial crisis hits the global economy in September 2008. The Treaty of Lisbon is ratified by all EU countries before entering into force in 2009. It provides the EU with modern institutions and more efficient working methods."
Yourope is at Wydział Dziennikarstwa, Informacji i Bibliologii UW.
2 years ago
Last week took place the 2nd meeting of the project in Warsaw, Poland to continue with the implementation of the project.
We attended a debate about "How media influences Euroescepticism". In this debate we listen to the 4 expert Journalists in the topic of the European Union: Wawrzyniec Konarski, Michał Głowacki, Jakub Banan Banasik and Karolina Chojnacka.
In this debate they explained to us how media is influenced by politics but also the lack of education about the European Union and how this institution works.
Here you can find the profile of the speakers.
#YOUROPE #YOUROPEPOLAND #EUROPEFORCITIZENS #HOWMEDIAINFLUENCESEUROESCEPTICISM ... See MoreSee Less
"With the collapse of communism across central and eastern Europe, Europeans become closer neighbours. In 1993 the Single Market is completed with the 'four freedoms' of: movement of goods, services, people and money. The 1990s is also the decade of two treaties: the ‘Maastricht’ Treaty on European Union in 1993 and the Treaty of Amsterdam in 1999. People are concerned about how to protect the environment and also how Europeans can act together when it comes to security and defence matters. In 1995 the EU gains three more new members: Austria, Finland and Sweden. A small village in Luxembourg gives its name to the ‘Schengen’ agreements that gradually allow people to travel without having their passports checked at the borders. Millions of young people study in other countries with EU support. Communication is made easier as more and more people start using mobile phones and the internet."