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Empowering young people through better skills and better representation

In the next two decades many developing countries will see their youth populations increase drastically. Over the EDD 2017 panellists discuss how to address this and other issues.






MOOC FOR A EUROPEAN DIALOGUE: BRUSSELS 20/6/17


On 20 June 2017, ECEPAA will organize an event at the European Parliament, in Brussels, in order to highlight the importance to strenghthen the dialogue among minorities and Eu representatives. 
It will be presented the MOOC4EU project and it will be given the possibility to the minorities to make their voice heard.
Furthermore, it will be lunched a debate on the themes concerning: the social inclusion, the migration and the employment problems faced by minorities.




The event is organized in collaboration with MEP Andrea Cozzolino (S&D group) and the MOOCEU's partnership.

In order to participate please register here 

The event will also be livestreamed on the ECEPAA's Facebook page

You can find more info about the MOOC 4EU project here 




EUROPE FOR CITIZENS PROGRAMME: REACT PROJECT KICK OFF MEETING IN PESCARA! THERE WE GO!!


Last week (9 and 10 0f May 2017) Ecepaa has participated to the REACT project kick off meeting in Pescara (Italy). More information about the project aims and expected results can be find here.


 


HAPPY SUMMER HOLIDAYS 2016 FROM ECEPAA!

The European Centre for Economic and Policy Analysis and Affairs will be closed from August  12nd to August the 26th.
We will back Monday, August the 29th.







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TRAINING IN BRATISLAVA

After the kick-off meeting in Dresden (Germany), the project enters its training phase with the meeting held in Bratislava (Slovakia). In the project page you can see some of the pictures taken during the activities.


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MEET IMPLEMENTATION 

Finally MEET has been implemented. More than 40 people took part at this project that had also planned a meeting with some policy makers here in the city Brussels. This page shows some of the pictures of those three days.


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DISCRIMINATION PAPER

The political, social and economic changes that have occurred in Europe throughout the last 50 years have significantly influenced the European political agenda. Indeed, the consequences of such changes are visible both at a general level, within the European society and, at a more specific level, in the work environment. We carried out a research on discrimination on the workplace whose main results can be now found here.


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BRUSSELS: 15 -16 JUNE - EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENT DAYS

THE EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENT DAYS are on their 10th edition.
The program represents the European engagement on the global development challenge.
With the presence of the general secretary of The United Nations, Ban Ki Moon, the days were focused on the agenda of the 17 sustainable development goals. According to the general secretary only with the global partnership, democracy and peace the goals such as eradicate hunger and poverty, justice and women empowerment can be gain. Moreover the attention was also on the sensible geographical areas of the developing countries (ACP) African, Caribbean and Pacific Group States. The personalities, coming from around the world, underlined the importance of inclusiveness and sustainability of development.
ECEPAA as the voice of migrant and young people with less opportunities was there to share with other organizations and personalities the enriching nature of diversity and integration as the key of individual empowerment, economic development and social prosperity.







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CONFERENCE AT THE EUROPEAN MIGRATION NETWORK


Our director, Gabriele Sospiro, participated  at the conference organized in Warsaw, Poland, the 17th of December 2015 by the European Migration Network.




 
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