The Danube Participation Day gathers representatives from civil society organisations, local, regional and national public authorities, university and research from the 14 EUSDR partner countries, representatives from the EUSDR governance as well as from European and international organisations. The aim is to foster cooperation and participation for better development in the Danube Region. Thus, the Danube Participation Days serves as a platform for exchanging views and perceptions among each other, discussing good-practices of participatory governance and project implementations as well as for getting involved with decision-makers.
The Danube Participation Day is organised by Priority Area 10 "Institutional Capacity and Cooperation" and the Danube Civil Society Forum together with further partners and funded by the Danube Civil Society Forum, the Baden-Württemberg Foundation as well as Priority Area 10 "Institutional Capacity and Cooperation".
The 6th Danube Participation Day takes place in Bucharest (RO) on 26 June 2019, back to back with the 8th EUSDR Annual Forum. This year's theme is Youth - Participation - Empowerment and addresses challenges and opportunities for rejuvenation of the Danube Strategy in light of the on-going revision of the EUSDR Action Plan.
Take part and discuss with us, how we can improve quality of life and create a sustainable perspective for people in the Danube Region today and following generations!
Danube Participation Day - Youth - Participation - Empowerment
Date: 26 June 2019 | 9.00 a.m.
Venue: Nicolae Balcescu Hall, Parliament Palace, Bucharest, Romania