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The main theme of this year’s Congress is “How to fight for climate and democracy”. How can young people with ideas and ideals at hand contribute to social and political change? What can we learn from movements like Fridays for Future? Which tools do successful activists use? How can we build and connect a movement?
About the Event
During the three-day Congress, 75 selected participants from across Europe will have the opportunity to come together and take advantage of different panels and interactive workshops. Panel debates and workshops at the congress are going to evolve around the strategies and experiences with fighting for climate and democracy in Europe and beyond.
In addition to this, the Green European Foundation (GEF) will contribute to the congress with a pre-event online course, providing for a common knowledge base for all participants, as well as a platform for debates ahead of their trip to Marseille.
The final programme in full can be found here.
How to get there?
The Bus No. 6 ( https://www.marseille-airport.com//parkings-et-acces/acces/bus/marseille-centre ) will bring you from Marseille Airport to Marseille Saint Charles (Central Station). It leaves every 10 minutes and it takes you roughly 30 minutes to get to the Central Station. You can purchase tickets online, beforehand ( https://store.marseille.aeroport.fr/bus.html ), get them in ticket offices on the spot or even from the coach driver, if the ticket office happens to be closed.
From Saint Charles to our venue and your hotel, you can either walk ( ca. 20 mins) and you will pass by our venue on your way : https://goo.gl/maps/mPjuGqiKvVdiYJka6 OR you can take a bus (ca. 15 mins) https://goo.gl/maps/wkZxKnY2RkS7dUg86
This event is organised by the Green European Foundation in cooperation with the Heinrich Böll Foundation Paris.
Marseille, 13003 France