Croatia has become 28th EU member state on 1st July 2013, and its citizens are now also European citizens. But, do they really feel like European citizens? What the concept active citizenship means for them? How to encourage citizens in Croatia to be more active? Which mechanisms EU offers to its citizens and how to use them?
The Association for promotion of human rights and media freedoms CENZURA PLUS from Croatia is marking the European Year of Citizens by organizing public debate with guests: journalists Predrag Lucić and Boris Dežulović, and singer from Zabranjeno pušenje band Sejo Sexon, to find out do they feel like European citizens and how citizens in the Western Balkan countries identify themselves?
Public debate will be held in Wednesday, 2 October 2013 at 7pm in Split, Le Monde.
We invite all citizens to come and join this debate with our guests as the most active will get free tickets for a concert of Zabranjeno pušenje band that will be held at Friday, 4 October 2013 in Split when Cenzura Plus is marking 10th anniversary of its work.
Welcome to our event and follow our activities in the European Year of Citizens on Facebook profile Cenzura Plus! Association for promotion of human rights and media freedoms CENZURA PLUS from Croatia is implementing the project named “Learn about your benefits from Active European Citizenship” financed by the EU under the Europe for Citizens Programme.