Europejski Tydzień Młodzieży już za nami. W trakcie jego trwania zorganizowano wiele interesujących wydarzeń. Dziewiątego maja w Szczecinie odbył się Piknik Europejski.
Trwający maraton wyborczy stanowi poważne wyzwanie dla całego systemu edukacji. Stwarza jednak również wyjątkowe możliwości
Masz konto na Twitterze? Interesują cię programy grantowe? Zacznij obserwować Eurodesk Polska.
Two or three partners bonding on behalf of science or sports so that young Europeans can develop and acquire new skills and the gaps between individual EU countries are bridged.
Erasmus+; One programme, four million beneficiaries, more than fourteen billion euro. It has operated for a few months and has already won hearts and minds of young Europeans. A small wonder – it has a definite plus. So join in and start acting!
Moaning about politicians may not be the worst thing that you can do during a break at school, but in the long run this won't work at all. It is much better to take matters into your own hands and change reality during elections.
Szukasz informacji o Erasmusie+? Zajrzyj do bazy programów Eurodesk Polska!
How do youth information centres operate? What skills should their staff display? Who needs them? Answers to all these questions can be found in one publication.
With European elections just round the corner, the European Union is doing its best to encourage young people to participate in the event. Where there are young people, there is the Internet. Especially for EYP, Marcin Malinowski reviews websites intended for young persons and devoted to the elections to the European Parliament.
Are you an active university student? Do you care about young people? Join the team of the Students' Parliament of the Republic of Poland
PLN 150 million – this is the budget of the „Citizens for Democracy” programme operated by the Stefan Batory Foundation. The funds come from the EEA Financial Mechanism.
Take the matters into your hands. Organise a debate, workshop, public campaign or training - Mikołaj Różycki encourages the submitting of applications under the Youth Democracy Projects, a Sub-Action of the Youth in Action programme.
So you met people abroad and now you would like to see them again, right? Magdalena Paszkowska of the “Youth in Action” programme has an offer for you: organise an International Youth Initiative. The European Union will foot your bills!
Facebook competitions and youth workshops organised by Eurodesk Poland multipliers; project Euroactivation works at full steam!
Wider inclusion of the young people in social and political life is one of the largest challenges faced by Poland. Sociological research shows that the percentage of young people active in various organisations is much smaller than in other European countries.
Children and youth from all over Poland debated in the main session room of Polish Parliament. They voted on a draft of a legal act developed by an ‘adult’ parliamentary committee.
What does it mean to be a citizen of the European Union? What rights can we exercise? The year 2013 is the European Year of Citizens. On this occasion, many conferences, exhibitions and debates are held across Poland and other EU member states.