About This Project
“Intercultural Dialogue – To Build the Future of EU Debating on Eurosceptism”
The Town Twinning Project “Intercultural Dialogue -To Build the Future of EU Debating on Euroscepticism” promoted by GOK Oleśnica, was the project building partnership between different European Municipalities with the aim to strength the sense of belonging to Europe in order to fight the feeling Euro-phobic among citizens.
The meeting focused on understanding and debating Euroscepticism by the point of view of citizens, in especially way now that it has become a reality that requires further examination, debating and understanding and discussing about Euroscepticisms and pro EU feelings.
The event in Municipality of Oleśnica supported the brotherhood between the citizens involved and they were called to discussion and comparing on the European priorities’ and future of the EU Agenda. The project involved the GOK Oleśnica (PL) Jugend-& Kulturprojekt (GE), Moving Europe (Italy), Pro Kalondiensis (SK) Rodeiro (ES) Amata (LV) Hévízgyörk Község Önkormányzata (HU) and Svaz Madaru zijících v ceských zemích (CZ). The event was held in Municipality of Olesnica (Poland) from 23 to 29 August 2019.
The activities had been highly participated and interactive by citizens and young people with organization of meetings, seminaries, workshops, discussions and debates, capacity building, round table discussions, exchanges of best practices and other activities in order to develop an active citizenship and to foster interactions between the citizens’ involved.
The project was addressed through a methodology of non-formal working in which the citizens were the real actors of the project with their opinions, experiences and point of view. In this way Europe is more visible and touchable reality. Furthermore the sign of brotherhood oath was the occasion to create a long lasting cooperation and a solid friendship and to assure that the citizens felt more European. Therefore, participants were encouraged to exchange opinions and best practices.