On 23rd of April, the one-day event “Student Station 7.0” was organised at the Faculty of Law “Iustinianus Primus”, in which ALDA and over thirty other organisations had the opportunity to introduce their projects and activities to young people. The event was organised by the Youth Educational Forum (YEF).
ALDA’s corner awoke a lot of interest among young people and students at the fair and it was an occasion for them to become acquainted with ALDA’s work and projects. A lot of students were interested in the sub-granting scheme in the framework of the project “CSOs for making local democracy work” and were curious about the goals and the results of the project.
Also, the project Regional Youth Compact for Europe was quite popular among the students, especially the topics regarding the rule of law, judiciary and fundamental rights.The young people expressed interest to be involved in some of the further activities of the project, and in ALDA in general.
Many students showed interest for volunteering and gaining with some practical skills outside the universities, on which we presented ALDA’s volunteering programme and encouraged them to apply for volunteering or internship.
The event was for ALDA an opportunity to network with people, to meet different types of organisations and to share some of the experience gained through the various types of projects, events and activities.
On 23rd of April, the one-day event “Student Station 7.0” was organised at the Faculty of Law “Iustinianus Primus”, in which ALDA and over thirty other organisations had the opportunity to introduce their projects and activities to young people. The event was organised by the Youth Educational Forum (YEF).
ALDA’s corner awoke a lot of interest among young people and students at the fair and it was an occasion for them to become acquainted with ALDA’s work and projects. A lot of students were interested in the sub-granting scheme in the framework of the project “CSOs for making local democracy work” and were curious about the goals and the results of the project.
Also, the project Regional Youth Compact for Europe was quite popular among the students, especially the topics regarding the rule of law, judiciary and fundamental rights.The young people expressed interest to be involved in some of the further activities of the project, and in ALDA in general.
Many students showed interest for volunteering and gaining with some practical skills outside the universities, on which we presented ALDA’s volunteering programme and encouraged them to apply for volunteering or internship.
The event was for ALDA an opportunity to network with people, to meet different types of organisations and to share some of the experience gained through the various types of projects, events and activities.