GENERATION ‘89

In perioada 25 -28 aprilie la Bruxelles, Bucuresti, Praga si Varsovia de desfasoara intalniri cu tineri nascuti in 1989, invitati sa participe la proiectul european Generatia ’89.
Desfasurat sub patronajul domnului Vaclav Havel si cu sprijinul Uniunii Europene prin programul „Europa pentru cetateni”, proiectul vizeaza crearea unei platforme de comunicare pe teme europene.
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Unul dintre obiectivele acestui proiect este sa creeze o apropiere intre acesti tineri si sa le ofere un spatiu in care sa-si impartaseasca experientele si asteptarile de la viitor. Pentru a atinge acest obiectiv, patru intalniri internationale vor fi organizate timp de doua zile si, 150 de tineri din Bucuresti, Praga, Varsovia si Bruxelles vor interactiona in cadrul unui program variat concentrat pe doua teme: trecutul national si viitorul european.

Programul intalnirilor internationale include:
– vizionari de filme
– dezbateri asupra evenimentelor din 1989, cunoscute de participanti prin intermediul generatiei parintilor lor
– sesiuni de informare referitoare la politicile europene pentru tineret
– seminarii pentru redactarea Declaratiei „Generatia 89” asupra felului in care acesti tineri isi prevad viitorul in Uniunea Europeana
– o vizita de documentare la sediul unei organizatii locale cu activitate in domeniul studierii sistemelor comuniste
– vizitarea oraselor
– o seara internationala

In cadrul unei a doua intalniri la Bruxelles, reprezentantii tinerilor participanti din Cehia, Polonia si Romania se vor intalni cu reprezentanti UE pentru a le prezenta Declaratia „Generatia 89” si opinia lor asupra viitorului Europei si al lor ca cetateni UE. Declaratia va trata chestiuni precum: nevoile tinerilor profesionisti, piata muncii, coeziunea sociala, migratia, dezvoltarea durabila.

La intalnirea din Bucuresti vor participa 35 de tineri.

ENGLISH VERSION

The project “Generation ’89” proposes to commemorate the fall of the communist systems in Europe, through the lens of young people born in 1989. Young people from the Czech Republic, Romania, Poland, Belgium, the UK, Germany, Austria, Bulgaria and Hungary have lived in different historical contexts. The main objective of this project is to bring these young people together and to offer a space where they can share experiences and expectations for the future. The participants are invited to attend simultaneous two-day meetings in Bucharest, Brussels, Prague and Warsaw in order to develop the Declaration “Generation ’89”, the declaration of their generation – the new citizens of a free Europe. A second meeting in Brussels of a delegation of young representatives will be organised with EU representatives, in order to present the Declaration “Generation ’89” and the young people’s opinions on the future of Europe and their future as citizens of the EU.

DECLARATION “GENERATION ’89”
The Declaration “Generation ’89” represents a voice of young citizens of the EU speaking about their European future. Having as background the events of the year 1989, the participants in this project will develop a document in which they will state their requirements for a better life as citizens of the EU. With different cultural backgrounds and different experiences as citizens of the EU, the representatives of the young generation will debate the past and imagine the future as they want it to look like.

The Declaration will deal with education, employment, culture, social issues, migration, equal opportunities, environment, economics, and Europe in the world.

Meetings:
– Brussels: 3 Czech, 3 Romanian, 3 Polish, 2 Hungarian, 2 Austrian, 2 Bulgarian, 2 German, 2 British, 16 Belgian;
– Bucharest: 3 Czech, 3 Belgian, 3 Polish, 2 Hungarian, 2 Austrian, 2 Bulgarian, 2 German, 2 British, 16 Romanian;
– Prague: 3 Belgian, 3 Romanian, 3 Polish, 2 Hungarian, 2 Austrian, 2 Bulgarian, 2 German, 2 British, 16 Czech;
– Warsaw: 3 Czech, 3 Romanian, 3 Belgian, 2 Hungarian, 2 Austrian, 2 Bulgarian, 2 German, 2 British, 16 Polish.

Contact:
Institutul Cultural Roman
e-mail: biroul.presa@icr.ro
tel: 0317100625

ARTMAP

Today at 19:00, SubPământ. Valea Jiului după 1989Today at 22:00, Bucharest
Today at 20:00, QUIET ODD #14 _ Holiday StoryToday at 22:00, Bucharest
Tmrw at 19:00, Éducation à l’image | Lansarea studiului critic Oslo, 31 AugustTmrw at 22:00, Bucharest
Tmrw at 19:30, Lansare de carte – ”Whole Lotta Love” de Maria BalabașTmrw at 21:00, Bucharest
Tmrw at 19:30, Trupa Playhood la AdDOCTmrw at 21:30, Bucharest
Wed. 31/05, Refracție / Nicoleta Lefter & Silvia Călin → Wed. 31/05, Bucharest
Thu. 01/06, Love Me Tinder / doamnadia solo show → Thu. 01/06, Bucharest
Sun. 04/06, Planeta Petrila: avanpremieră la Petrila! → Sun. 04/06, Petrila
Thu. 08/06, Linii și cordoane → Sun. 18/06, Bucharest
Mon. 03/07, Open Call | Cultural Management Academy → Fri. 07/07, Bucharest
Thu. 27/07, Filmul de Piatra #10 → Sun. 30/07, Piatra Neamt

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Thu. 18/05, Ovidiu Anton. Home is where my problems are → Wed. 31/05, Bucharest
Wed. 24/05, S U E D I A – Bookfest 2017Today at 18:00, Bucharest
Yesterday, Blecher Fest 2017Today at 19:30, Roman