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Do you live in Czech Republic? Are you interested in activism, politics and public affairs? Become one of the 20 young activists and sign up to Akumulátor training! 



During the course you will meet politicians, experts from organizations, media and corporations and, of course likeminded young people. The course will support your skills in the field of activism, teamwork, campaigning, and media. Together we will go through a whole range of approaches and tools that can change the world around. The training connects theory and practice. 

The training consists of five training weekends in Czech Republic and a one-week study tour to Brussels together with young activists from other European countries.  



 1st meeting  September 28 – 30, 2018: Kaprálův mlýn, Czech Republic: Welcome to the training 

2nd meeting November 2 – 4, 2018: Oucmanice, Czech Republic: From direct actions to the communal politics 

 3rd meeting December 14 – 16, 2018: Sluňáko, Czech Republic: Towards the common Europe critically 

4th meeting January 11 – 13, 2019: Švýcárna, Czech Republic: Open Space training and alumni network meeting 

Preparation for the Brussels study tour February 22 – 23, 2019: Praha or Brno, Czech Republic  

Brussels study tour  March 3 – 8, 2019: Together with young people from Finland, Hungary, Malta, and Croatia 

5th meeting April 5 – 7, 2019, Czech Republic: Training organized by participants. 



The training course is open for the participants between age 15 and 23. You don’t need to have any experiences with any kind of activism or politics, what matters, is motivation. The participation fee for the whole training is 7000 CZK (circa 270). 

Apply through this application form until September 10th, the decisions will be informed by September 15th. Altogether 20 participants will be selected for the course.  

For more information in Czech click here. 

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