Published: 05/07/2013 10:30
The structured dialogue is an initiative developed by the European Commission to encourage dialogue and participation
El dialogo estructurado como oportunidad democrática de cambio.
The structured dialogue is an initiative developed by the European Commission to encourage dialogue and participation between the European Commission, the European Parliament, Member States, the European Union, the Civil Society Organizations and Local Authorities in order to share information and knowledge, enhance and strengthen partnerships, build understanding and mutual trust, and explore ways to improve the efficiency of the methods of work of all the actors involved in development cooperation of the European Commission.
The structured dialogue as an opportunity arises for a particular exchange opportunity. At interdialogar between all stakeholders synergies and contributions are generated jointly identifying ways and means to improve the efficiency of all the actors involved in development cooperation of the European Commission. It is therefore a very important requirement and should be understood as a shared responsibility among all stakeholders: Member States of the European Union and the European Parliament to be responsible in the decision making process in the European Union, the European Commission to be the agency to develop and implement Community policies, the Civil Society Organizations and Local Authorities to represent the bridge between the government and European citizenship.
European citizenship is, and especially young people in which there is the opportunity to participate in this dialogue structured through the European Youth in Action program. In this program, Action 5.1 - Meetings of young people and those responsible for youth policy, provides an opportunity for the younger and propose recommendations to the decision makers involved. These actions are realized in projects of two types: A National Youth Meeting at local, regional or national, or transnational youth seminar, the first being right if it is to provide a forum for discussion, consultation, active participation and information on matters relating to policies and Structured Dialogue or European Union issues.
The Youth in Action program, which ends after a period of 7 years this year 2013, offers a last chance for all those people, a group of young actors, civil society organizations, and public entity interested in designing a project structured dialogue and present it to the last edition of the European Youth in Action program, which ends this year’s 1st of October. Will you let it go?
Written by Eurodesk Qualified Multiplier, Asociación Kaebnai