This youth exchange gathered (very) young European activists so they could share their personal experience and launch ideas to created an Europe more united, more humane, more active and more creative. And this, without expecting “anything (material)” in return, except perhaps to use their European citizenship. We spoke about Europe and its stakes (political, economic, cultural…).
Their citizenship was used, tickled and supported with workshops based on informal educational methods such as board games, round discussion tables, brainstormings, street animations, role playing games and so on.
All these tools aim to provoke initiative taking and take part to the Action.
The project took place for 8 days in early August 2011 in Belgium. There were seven countries (Belgium, Romania, Georgia, Kosovo, Estonia, Lithuania and Turkey) and 34 participants. The young people were between 14 and 17!