Road to European Parliament 2019: Empowering a new generation of EU citizens

The project aims to contribute to the growth of a new generation of European young citizens capable of critically assessing strengths and weaknesses of the European Union and to propose innovative solutions for enhancing citizens’ participation in the European democratic life.

This goal will be achieved by designing and delivering a training programme on the role and functioning of the EU institutions, addressed to students attending their last year of high school.

The training programme will be based on a set of innovative and diverse learning activities, such as role play games aimed at showing how EU legislation is created – from consulting interest groups/civil society organisations on policy issues to the different role of EU institutions in the legislative process.


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Active Citizenship, EU Institutions, EU policies, EU politics, EU Training, Youth in Politics


Project Design, Proposal Development, Project Coordination, Training Development, Simulation Event Coordination


Call: Europe for Citizens, Network of Towns


148,680.00 €


18 Months (January 2019-June 2020)


Alimos Municipality (Greece)
La Palma del Condado Municipality (Spain)
Victoria Municipality (Romania)
Novi Homines (Lithuania)
Pro Loco Mercogliano (Italy)

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