Moving Democracy Online
Moving Democracy Online project, implemented by our Foundation with the support of Erasmus+Jeugd, was launched in January with a series of webinars – aiming at equipping participants with various e-tools to be used during the youth participation meeting planned for March in The Hague.
The first virtual meeting took place on January 31st and focused on the Conference on the Future of Europe, the youth engagement and youth participation at European level.
Our guest speaker was Tudor Petru Fabian, policy adviser at the European Parliament in Brussels but also a former participant in our Foundation’s projects.
Tudor spoke about the COFOEU in an informal way, challenging participants to exercise the online voting, to work in multicultural groups and come up with answers and suggestions to the questions asked (among them, the top three priorities of the youngsters in a perfect EU scenario, their main worries about the future or shortcomings of social media tools).
The project is attended by 50 participants from 5 countries: Bulgaria, Iceland, the Netherlands, Poland, and Romania.