European project for 1989 born youth

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Young citizens of nine EU countries (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Great Britain, Poland, Hungary and Romania) born in 1989 were invited to participate in the European project „Generation ‘89” organized under the aegis of the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC), reads a release of the Polish Institute, which is a partner in the project.

Launched in autumn 2009, the project now hit a peak with the international meetings during which the young participants will draft the „Declaration of the 89 Generation’ to be presented to the European institutions in Brussels in June 2010. „Between April 26 – 28, 150 youth will participate in the meetings held simultaneously in Brussels, Bucharest, Prague and Warsaw.

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Placed under the patronage of Mr. Vaclav Havel, the project enjoys EU support through the „Europe for citizens” program and is aimed at creating a platform of communication on European issues, said the cited source.
The 35 youngsters who will be present in the Bucharest, including a Polish trio (Katarzyna Michalska, Aleksandra Paciorek and Agata Olewicz) will attempt to bring to the forefront, at the end of the three days of talks on common topics, the priorities of the Generation 89 and their view of their future as European citizens.

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