In two different trainings, GEF will bring together, with the support of CDNEE, young green activists from the EU countries, EU candidate countries, EU negotiating candidate countries and countries that signed association agreements with EU to explore artivism and explore its use for gender activism. With the EU integration as a step for creating a united and fair Europe, the project will provide a space for the young activists and politicians to establish connections and exchange the experiences that they have in regard to doing politics through art and work together towards anti-discrimination and equal opportunities for men and women in the Eastern European context. Both 5-day trainings will tackle feminist and queer theory and its links to Green ideology and politics, art as a tool for non-male persons to send their political message to the wider public as well as empowerment sessions for the young non-male activists and politicians. The second part of the event will concentrate on the skill development and creating the outputs. Participants will develop the public speaking, group work, compromise, moderation, motivation and collaboration skills, they will practice action creation through different mediums such as theatre, visual arts, music, poetry, installations. The objective of the project is to support young green activists and politicians to gain new knowledge, increase their own visibility and be empowered to deliver their messages.