- the EU's international role | international cooperation
How can we ensure the commitment of European citizens to global justice and sustainable lifestyles? How can we support global change and development through our own individual behaviours, community habits, national policies? How can we act on global issues such as migration, climate change, inequalities and others that impact citizens across the globe?
If you're 18 - 35 years old, come and create an e-collage about migration experiences and participate in global citizenship education.
The EU DEAR Programme (Development Education and Awareness Raising) is running 3 workshops at the European Youth Event (EYE) 2021. Civil society organisations (CSOs) and local authorities will use creative tools to inspire ideas and exchange about active citizenship and critical thinking around our planet. You will discover opportunities to get involved with these pan-European projects and act for global change.
If given the opportunity and the means, young people can be key agents of change on global issues. The EU Development Education and Awareness Raising (DEAR) Programme supports organisations and local authorities that work with young people to highlight global interdependencies and to get involved in global change.
European Commissioner for International Partnerships, Jutta Urpilainen, will welcome participants to EYE — the European Parliament’s flagship youth event.
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