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I don’t need a parachute to land in Europe

The project “I don’t need a parachute... to land in Europe” is a 10 months project implemented by Fundatia Corona from Romania in partnership with SPARK Organisation from Amsterdam and financed by the European Union.

The project has a cross border dimmenssion and it is implemented on the EU and Balkan states’ territory from 1 of December 2011 untill 30 of September 2012.

The goal of the project is to inform the EU citizens about the current enlargement of EU towards Western Balkans and to promote tolerance by stimulating direct and indirect contacts between young people from EU and Western Balkans countries.

In order to reach this goal, the project comprised 2 activities relevant for its objectives, namely organising a summer school and an awareness raising campaign.

The target group will be formed from European and West Balkans young citizens, students or graduated from university, interested in learning and spreading information related to the possible enlargement of EU towards Western Balkans.

The people interested in applying for these activities must complete a form available in the section “Registration”. Selected people will participate first to the summer school, where they are going to be trained in European issues, and afterwards to an awarness raising campaign where they will disseminate the information received and will share brochures.

Announcement regarding final contestants

Date 2012-06-01

Fundatia Corona from Romania in partnership with SPARK from The Netherlands is announcing the result of the…
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Selection of participants for the…

Date 2012-03-01

Fundatia Corona from Romania in partnership with SPARK from The Netherlands is announcing the opening of the…
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This project is co-funded by the European Union.

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