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The 8th edition of the European Green Activists Training will kick off at the end of May. After two consecutive online editions, the Brussels Study trip will be held in-person and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome all participants. The event will gather 115 green-minded youth from Finland, Croatia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Catalonia, Poland and Greece that will explore the European political sphere first-hand.
About the Event
During the five-day study trip, will have the chance to explore various topics such as climate justice and lobbying in Brussels through engaging with professionals, politicians, NGOs and other activists operating in and around the European institutions, as well as with each other.
With a range of formal and non-formal training methods, including interactive workshops, the trip will be a valuable learning experience for young activists brought together by Green values and a motivation to enact change.
The European Green Activists Training (EGAT) consists of training sessions for young Green activists in various phases. These include the completion of the online course EU for Beginners, the participation in national training sessions in their respective countries on domestic politics, as well as on European politics and institutions. The final stage is the study trip, which brings all the participants from across Europe together in Brussels.
The EGAT project aims to Europeanise existing training programmes for Green activists in several European countries by incorporating more pan-European content and to make these programmes more cooperative by enabling young activists to meet and network.
Monday 30th May– Getting to know each other and working together!
- Welcome note
- Getting to know each other and team building activities
Tuesday 31st May – Green movement from a political perspective
- Green movement, history and values
- Green family- GEF, EGP, FYEG
- Political round-up
- Preparing for the European Parliament visit
Wednesday 1st June– Activism, Culture and Community
- Official visits to the European Parliament with MEPs Heidi Hautala, Alviina Alametsä, Ville Niinistö, Kira Marie Peter- Hansen, Jakop Dalunde, Alice Ban Kuhnke, Pär Holmgren & other speakers
- Topical session on gender rights
- Topical session on the ongoing energy crisis
- EU careers human library and networking dinner
Thursday 2nd June – Lobby in the EU: the good and the bad
- Activist Toolkit: Activism through media
- Activist Toolkit: Public Speaking
- Activist Toolkit: Activist burnout and well-being
- Activist Toolkit: my activism
- Closing Dinner
About previous editions:
This event is organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of CDNEE 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