Brussels hosts the second TUNE event

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The first event of this year within the TUNE project (Transnational United Network of Europe), coordinated by the United Societies of the Balkans (USB) organization from Greece, is taking place in Brussels, Belgium.

From April 20th to 24th, participants of the project will experience a study visit and training aimed at empowering young Europeans to engage in elections, projects, and organizations in Europe. The three-day training will bring together 18 young people from all member countries who will learn the art of advocacy and debate, encouraging them to actively participate in the political process. As part of the training, a visit to the European Parliament and the Parlamentarium in Brussels is organized, along with a meeting with representatives of the European Commission.

“I am glad to have had the opportunity to participate in this year’s educational training in Brussels as a representative of Development Center for Youth. We learned and worked on European youth strategies and how to approach them in each country. We had the chance to get acquainted with the European Parliament, its history, and functioning system. We will apply what we learned through interactive workshops across Serbia and encourage young people to be part of European projects!” stated Katarina Eger.

The TUNE project is implemented within the Erasmus+ program of the European Union and brings together organizations from Serbia, Greece, France, Italy, Poland, Republic of Ireland, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Croatia, Spain, Cyprus, Portugal, Turkey, Romania, and Albania.