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September 2017

ACT 4 FREE MOVEMENT TRAINING – Apply to take part!

September 18 - September 20
Warsaw, Poland + Google Map

Along with ECAS, European Alternatives is proposing a series of training sessions for free movement activists. You will learn about the drivers for hostile or ignorant attitudes to mobile European citizens, be provided with training from experts in EU citizens' rights, in campaigning and in project management and tasked with developing a campaign against restrictions to freedom of movement and mobility rights. The first training course will take place in Warsaw on 18-20 September and will be followed by courses in Madrid on…

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Conference “Youth for Sustainable Europe”

September 25 - September 27
Brussels, Belgium + Google Map

Young European Federalist (JEF Europe) in the framework of the LADDER project (Local Authorities as Drivers for Development Education and Raising Awareness) invites you to take part in the conference "Youth for Sustainable Europe" taking place in Brussels from 25 to 27 of September 2017. About the Special Initiative It aims to bring together European and local policy-makers, youth organizations and civil society, along with young people from all over Europe to discuss the role of youth in creating a…

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Save the date for the #On Our Watch hackathon!

September 29 @ 9:30 am - October 1 @ 5:00 pm
IHECS Academy, Rue des Grands Carmes 27
Brussels, 1000 Belgium
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Free
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Are you a dataviz specialist, coder, journalist, activist or policy specialist?
Register for On our Watch hackathon (29 September-1 October 2017, Brussels) to dive into the 2014-2017 EP votes data and try to make sense of it!

What is On Our Watch?
A collective initiative based on co-creation, #OnOurWatchEU project brings together European civil society organisations and offers them a platform to assess the work of the European Parliament on a wide range of issues with the aim of informing citizens and generating debate.

Why a hackathon?
Because apps and visualizations are always more impactful than raw data and lengthy papers!
Fighting poverty, Transparency, Youth participation, Gender equality… The On Our Watch website offers insights of the work of the EP on many topics, as well as analysis of certain votes. With the hackathon and with you, we would like to further scrutinize the work of the EP in a fun and creative way!

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