اشتغلت أوروبا للمواطنين Programme aims at contributing to citizens’ understanding of the European Union, its history and diversity, and encouraging the democratic participation of citizens at local and EU level.

The ACHIEVE project falls exactly within this framework, making it a perfect example of a Europe for Citizens’ project. ACHIEVE – Awareness of Common History for Identifying and Extending the Values of Europe wants in fact to develop the European Identity starting from a reflection on common history; and, with this in mind, all partners have been organizing a number of activities at the local level to raise awareness and stimulate reflection on this topic.

During the second international meeting of the project, which took place in Prague from February 19 to 21ش hosted by local partner the House of National Minoritieseach partner presented the results of its activities. The events organized during the first seven months of the project, which kicked off last June 2019, had a great success in terms of participation, also thanks to the originality and creativity of each action.

Among them, the Coalition of youth organization SEGA, in Macedonia, organized a guided tour to the Memorial Museum and a workshop; the الاتحاد الإقليمي للبلديات Central Stara Planina in Bulgaria arranged a culinary event showcasing typical dishes; while the معهد رزارة of Vicenza, in Italy, set up a number of round tables and a world café to discuss 3 main topics: history and folklore, the role of religion, traditional art and music.

This international event was also a priceless chance for each partner to present their own city, underlying the 3 main elements that better represent the identity of their respective territories.

Participation and citizens’ involvement being at the core of this project, during the last day of the meeting Marta and Elisabetta from ALDA, respectively ACHIEVE Project Manager and Communication Manager, held a methodological session on techniques to foster citizens’ involvement in the local paths.Now, what’s next? Local ACHIEVE events are continuing, until the next international event in Peje, Kosovo this April 2020!

اشتغلت أوروبا للمواطنين Programme aims at contributing to citizens’ understanding of the European Union, its history and diversity, and encouraging the democratic participation of citizens at local and EU level.

The ACHIEVE project falls exactly within this framework, making it a perfect example of a Europe for Citizens’ project. ACHIEVE – Awareness of Common History for Identifying and Extending the Values of Europe wants in fact to develop the European Identity starting from a reflection on common history; and, with this in mind, all partners have been organizing a number of activities at the local level to raise awareness and stimulate reflection on this topic.

During the second international meeting of the project, which took place in Prague from February 19 to 21ش hosted by local partner the House of National Minoritieseach partner presented the results of its activities. The events organized during the first seven months of the project, which kicked off last June 2019, had a great success in terms of participation, also thanks to the originality and creativity of each action.

Among them, the Coalition of youth organization SEGA, in Macedonia, organized a guided tour to the Memorial Museum and a workshop; the الاتحاد الإقليمي للبلديات Central Stara Planina in Bulgaria arranged a culinary event showcasing typical dishes; while the معهد رزارة of Vicenza, in Italy, set up a number of round tables and a world café to discuss 3 main topics: history and folklore, the role of religion, traditional art and music.

This international event was also a priceless chance for each partner to present their own city, underlying the 3 main elements that better represent the identity of their respective territories.

Participation and citizens’ involvement being at the core of this project, during the last day of the meeting Marta and Elisabetta from ALDA, respectively ACHIEVE Project Manager and Communication Manager, held a methodological session on techniques to foster citizens’ involvement in the local paths.Now, what’s next? Local ACHIEVE events are continuing, until the next international event in Peje, Kosovo this April 2020!