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Don't be scared to act - REACT [COMPLETED]
Organizer: Projekt Tarnów
Manager: Krzysztof Kuboń
Country: Poland
Start - End: 2019-08-01 - 2019-08-31
Webpage: http://projekttarnow.org/
The main topic of the project "Don't be scared to act - REACT!" is active citizenship and ability to use rights of citizens of European Union in proper way. Both members of Projekt Tarnów assocition and project partners wish to create highly developed society of EU citizens whose members are aware of their rights and are not afraid to use it. The organizers of the project believe that work "at the bottom" can bring us closer to this goal. This is why the project is aimed at youth workers - youth trainers, young teachers or young local leaders.

The aim of the project is to acquire civil competences by a group of people involved in the project and to exert influence on local communities and people from smal towns and villages through project participants (promotional materials prepared by the participants will be receive after the project).

Citizenship competencies are considered to be one of the most important lifelong capabilities.Their acquisition is part of the preparation for full participation in civil life based on knowledge of social and political concepts and structures and a sense of active and democratic participation. Citizenship competencies are considered to be one of the most important lifelong skills.Their acquisition is part of the preparation for full participation in civic life based on knowledge of social and political concepts and structures and a sense of active and democratic participation. The project "Do not be scared to act - REACT!" was created to broaden the civic competences in the context of the European Union among the participants, and to induce them to influence their immediate surroundings.

Participants of the project are 30 young people from Italy, Hungary, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia and Poland in the age 24-30 years old. They are acive on local areas and have a high level of authority and influence on the local community which will allow them to spread knowledge and skills acquired during the training.

The project lasts 8 days during which young people will take part in a series of workshops on the rights of EU citizens. Then participants will create a "European Citizen's Guidebook" in which they will explain how to use the rights of an EU citizen in practice. Young people participating in the training will also design the t-shirts encouraging to intrest in active citizenship. The materials will be printed, split between the participants and made available to them.
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