Let’s close the APProach project with the last and final conference of the project and gather online to celebrate the work done by the consortium these last years.
After 2 years of implementation marked by the European Parliament’s elections in May 2019, the change of a new cabinet at the European Commission in July 2019 as well as the current global health crisis, COVID19, the APProach project will present the results of its work during the online final conference. The project partners will share their experiences, their views on the use of digital technologies to improve the exercise of the European Mobile Citizens (called EUMCs or European expatriates) and present the main output of the project: The APProach online platform.
During this 3-days event, it will be the occasion to gather experts to share their views, comments on the link between digitalization and citizenship. 3 webinars to understand better the digitalization of our social and civic life.
The APProach project is working to fill an existing gap that limits the exercises of citizens’ civic rights by co-creating an online platform, the APProach platform
- March 5, 2021 at 14h00 (Brussels time), the first webinar on: The APProach project: Digital Ecosystem at the service of citizens ! Registration is required. Link: Here
- March 9, 2021 at 17h00 (Brussels time), the second webinar on: The impact of the COVID19 on the use of digital tools ! Registration is required. Link: Here
- March 11, 2021 at 16h00 (Brussels time), the third and last webinar on: E-citizenship is the solution to civic participation? ! Registration is required. Link: Here
The webinar is free, but don’t forget to register here. Follow us on the Facebook of the project APProach and stay up to date!
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About the “APProach” project
Starting in April 2018, the project is co-funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship programme, aiming to facilitate the circulation of information towards EU mobile citizens for them to effectively exercise their rights in their welcoming city. The APProach project is working to fill an existing gap that limits the exercises of citizens’ civic rights by co-creating an online platform, the APProach platform. This digital ecosystem was designed with the active participation of EU mobile citizens and our partner cities: Etterbeek (Belgium), Milan (Italy), Nea Smyrni (Greece), Paris (France), Vejle (Denmark), Lisbon (Portugal), Amsterdam (Netherlands) & Warsaw (Poland).
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