#EU4YOU: Where the Changes Really Happen

Day of the Four Freedoms of the European Union in Niš

Belgrade Open School (BOS) , project partner of the Foster Europe Foundation in the project EU3Doms, invites you to be a part of in an international event Day of the Four Freedoms of the European Union that will take place at Space for Creative Activities Deli (2a Davidova street, Niš) on Friday, 9th June 2017 starting at 9:30 h.

The event is dealing with the European Union (EU) four freedoms and their development, as well as the participation of citizens in shaping these freedoms. The event also addresses the status of local self-government units in the EU accession process and afterwards when it comes to youth, policy making and anti-corruption in this respect. Furthermore, we will talk about the relations between Serbia and the EU.

The Day of the Four Freedoms of the European Union will gather representatives of civil society organizations, local self-government units, media and foundations from Serbia, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia and Austria, as well as representatives of international organizations. All participants will be equally engaged in the discussion and exchange of ideas and experiences about the current state of affairs regarding EU four freedoms, future development of these freedoms and best practices for participation of local self-government units in shaping these freedoms.

Please find attached the agenda where you can find out more about the content of the workshops and speakers. The working languages are English and Serbian, while simultaneous translation will be provided.  

Due to the limited number of participants we kindly ask you to confirm your participation via e-mail to offcie@foster-europe.org and vanja.dolapcev@bos.rs no later than Monday, 5th of June 2017 at 17:00 h. Day of the Four Freedoms of the EU is a part of the project “EU3doms: Debate on the Future of the Four Freedoms of the EU”. The project is supported by the EU program “Europe for Citizens“. Beside BOS, members of the project consortium are the Municipality of Heviz (Hungary), Harghita County Council (Romania), Municipality of Lendava (Slovenia) and the organization “Foster Europe” (Austria).

Sincerely,

Milorad Bjeletić

Executive Director

Belgrade Open School