/ / „In 1989, he was born. Today, in 2009, have the opportunity to express their views and opinions on the future of Europe and its citizens.“ / /
The project through the eyes of generations of 1989 to commemorate the fall of communist regimes in Europe. Young people who are not indifferent to the direction of Europe, will have the opportunity to discuss the history of their country and comment on current issues and future of the Union and its members.
Candidates from the year 1989, English-speaking can sign up using the „Online Forms“: http://www.generation89.eu/…registration ** 31 January **. The jury will be selected by representatives of countries according essay 500–1500 words on the topic: / / "What can I do for Europe and what Europe can do for me? How do I see myself as a European citizen in 5–10 years? "/ /
The authors of the most successful texts on 25 – 28 April 2010 attended the meeting, which will be held simultaneously in four European cities – Brussels, Bucharest, Prague and Warsaw. You will be able to formulate their ideas in the Declaration "Generation 89, which will be the seventh June 2010 presented to representatives of the European Union in Brussels.
Detailed information about the project and the application are available at „www.generation89.eu“: www.generation89.eu.
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