From the 19th to the 21st of June 2022 Association Euni Partners participated in the final international meeting within the project RescEU “What would life be without the EU?”. The event was hosted in Novo Mesto, by the Slovenian project partner: Društvo za razvijanje prostovoljnega dela Novo Mesto.
The first day of the meeting was dedicated to Euroscepticism. Irena Joveva, a Slovenian member of the European Parliament, talked about Euroscepticism and how to deal with it. Later the consortium and other experts participated in a round table in which each one discussed and proposed some good practices for fighting Euroscepticism in their own countries.
During the second day, all partners presented and shared their experience with the implementation of the Escape Room in their countries. Each of them shared the challenges they had to deal with, and the feedback from the young people who joined the Escape Room. Another discussion about sustainability and the future perspective of the project followed.
For more information about the project, you can visit the following pages:
Coordinator of the project:
Movimento Europeo Italia https://www.movimentoeuropeo.it/
Association EuniPartners https://eunipartners.com/en_gb/
Društvo za razvijanje prostovoljnega dela Novo mesto
Agora Central Europe https://www.agorace.cz/en/about-us/
Civic Alliance Latvia https://nvo.lv/en/
Evropaiki Ekfrasi https://www.ekfrasi.gr/html/page.asp?PageID=1&Lang=1
Stiftung Zukunft Berlin https://www.stiftungzukunftberlin.eu/
Foster Europe, Foundation for strong European regions https://www.foster-europe.org/
Jaan Tõnisson Institute http://www.jti.ee/en/
Federalistes d’Esquerres https://federalistesdesquerres.org/
The project is an EU project co-funded by Europe for Citizens Programme.