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As a pillar of the Future of Eastern Europe and (Eco) Democracy transnational project, registration has started for our event where we will meet with young people, discuss, and learn about the concept of eco democracy.
About the event:
This is the second event as part of our 2022 Transnational Project The Future of Eastern Europe and Ecodemocracy. It will take place on August 31, in Sincap Camp. With this event, we aim to talk about climate justice and eco-democracy together and to increase the active participation of young activists in politics so that society and young people can take action in the face of ecological problems by developing their capacities.
If you are between the ages of 18 and 35, and you are part of the green movement or trying to explore new knowledge in this field and become part of the movement, we are eager to receive your applications!
Unfortunately, discussions about authority and nationalism, especially in Eastern Europe, never fall off the agenda. Along with the pandemic, the crises we faced shook democracy all over the world.
The fact that administrations remain unresponsive in the face of these crises continues to deepen the problems we face in our daily lives. And climate justice cannot be raised when dealing with these problems. However, in fact it covers all the problems.
- Cem Altıparmak, Altıparmak Hukuk Bürosu
- Gülşah Tırış, Akdeniz University
- Rudi Sayat Pulatyan, Young Greens of Turkey
- Michalis Bakas, Leader of the Green Party in Lesbos, Greece
Date: 31th August, 2022
Time: 10.00-17.00 (local time)
Location: Sincap Camp, Sokakağzı mevkii no:77, 17862 Balabanlı/Ayvacık/Çanakkale, Türkiye
Deadline for application: 30th of July
Applications are now closed.
This event is open for young people from all around Turkey. The language of the event will be in Turkish.
This event is organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of Green Thought Association and with the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation. The European Parliament is not responsible for the content of this event.