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.
On 26th June at the 6th DPD we would like to:
a) look at the general situation of youth in the Danube region in terms of inclusion, participation
b) present a number of good practices of project and processes involving youth, and
c) take care that youth is able to present itself, its views and challenges.
The Danube Participation Day offers a Danube wide platform to discuss thematic and structural deficits and possible solutions for participation and cooperation in the Danube Region and explores opportunities for young people to make a change towards high quality of life.
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!
The results of the discussion will be presented at the 8th EUSDR Annual Forum and will mark the start to develop an Action Plan for youth participation in the Danube Region.
Danube Participation Day - Youth - Participation - Empowerment
Date: 26 June 2019 | 9.00 a.m.
Venue: Nicolae Balcescu Hall, Parliament Palace, Bucharest, Romania
The registration is open now until 6 June 2019!
For registering to the Danube Participation Day, please follow a two-step procedure:
1. Please fill in the Registration Form and send it back to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Please register on the page of the Annual Forum to get the accreditation confirmation and additional information about the release of entry badges to the Parliament Palace.
The Danube Participation Day is organised and supported by EUSDR Priority Area Coordination 10 "Institutional Capacity and Cooperation" - City of Vienna, Danube Civil Society Forum, Foster Europe Foundation, Agapedia Romania, Baden Württemberg Foundation, Stiftung Liebenau, Interreg Danube Transnational Programme, Social NGO Network, Federation of Social NGOs in Trannsylvania; the Romanian EUSDR Presidency, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Romania, and the Ministry for Regional Development and Public Administration in Romania.