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Training Courses on European Citizenship (2007 -2008)

Day 2 Europe and European Identity - Image Theatre000From October 2007 to April 2008, a new series of seven Training Courses on European Citizenship took place.

EC-UK in the United Kingdom
15-21 October, 2007

EC-HU in Hungary
26 November-2 December, 2007

EC-TR in Turkey
29 October-4November, 2007

EC-PL in Poland  
28 January-3 February 2008

EC-DK in Denmark (in co-operation with Liechtenstein)
12-18 November, 2007

EC-IT in Italy
4-10 February 2008

EC-DE in Germany
7-13 April 2008


The Training Courses were developed by the Partnership in co-operation with the SALTO TC RC and implemented by the National Agencies of the Youth in Action Programme. 

In total, more than 150 youth leaders and youth workers from across Europe attended these Training Courses.

The evaluation of the these Training Courses was extremely positive. These very good results encouraged the main stakeholders (Partnership, SALTO TC TC, National Agencies) to launch a new series of six EC TCs in 2008/2009 (in France, Iceland, Spain, Belgium-Flanders, Romania and the United Kingdom).

Further to the courses, the participants in the EC TCs developed many interesting project ideas linked to European Citizenship. Moreover, these participants will benefit from the support of a follow-up strategy and a specific internet platform, which will help them to further integrate European Citizenship in their youth work.

You may find more informations about the on-going and past activities on European Citizenship below:


Youth events calendar


New 2014 priority: the Joint Council on Youth encourages support for Ukrainian youth

Call for Tender – Co-ordination of the Council of Europe programme of international reviews of national youth policies in 2014-2016

Task Force on Fiscal Austerity in Europe – call for testimonies

Call for Papers: Youth in Europe – a Lost Generation?

Learning out of the Box – a new card game on learning

European programme at the 15th German Child and Youth Welfare Congress (DJHT), June 3—5, 2014, Berlin