Town Twinning - City Youth Policy
Title: Partner search: Europe for Citizens Programme - 2 Democratic engagement and civil participation - 2.2 Town Twinning Type of activity: Town Twinning - City Youth Policy Funding program: Europe for Citizens
Description: The City of Slupsk is interested in participating in a project proposal under Europe for Citizens Programme - 2 Democratic engagement and civil participation - 2.2 Town Twinning.
Programme: Europe for Citizens Programme - 2 Democratic engagement and civil participation - 2.2 Town Twinning Deadline 1st March 2015
Contact person: Katarzyna Janowska
Title/ profession: Deputy Inspector
Telephone: +48 598 42 30 21
Address: Town Hall, Pl. Zwyciestwa 3, 76-200 Slupsk, Poland
The City of Slupsk is a unit of local government created by the Act of 8 March 1990 on the Local Government (Journal of Laws No 16, Item 95). In the same year the City of Slupsk (formerly Municipality of Slupsk) began its activity.
Acquire basic competences that will contribute to personal and socioeducational development and promote active participation in social life to improve employment in the future through engagement into City Youth Policy and support of youth's social events.
- Increase the recognition of non formal education; • Empower young people to effectively transform their skills and preferences into employment; • Encourage youth to take part in different actions and become more independent; • Give young people the possibility to express their opinions and ideas, as well as the opportunity to put their acquired experience into effect.
- Learn to communicate and work in groups with people of different origin and opinions.
Create opportunities for engagement and participation of youth by using such methods as youth engagement, intercultural engagement and promoting equal opportunities for everyone to take part in the action, maintaining and developing community involvement.
- Town Twinning committees/networks
- Other levels of local/regional authorities • Federations/associations of local authorities • Non-profit organisations of civil society representing local authorities
Where: Partners' location
When: Spring 2015