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TEIN4citizens project launched!

How can we encourage the civil society in border regions to participate in the debate on the future of Europe?

This is the core question of the project TEIN4citizens that started this month. Co-financed by the Europe for Citizens programme, the project aims at enabling citizens to deepen their understanding of the EU and voice their opinion about current trends and EU policymaking processes. Therefore, the members of the Transfrontier Euro-Institute Network (TEIN) will organise forums in five different European border regions in order to discuss with the civil society diverse pressing issues such as border security & Schengen, multilingualism & identity, EU citizenship & Human rights, European Twin cities & civil society and minority rights & integration policies. Each forum will bring together citizens and local as well as European level stakeholders, NGOs and experts from other borders together in order to propose conferences, debates, workshops and opportunities to get involved in cross-border cooperation or in the EU policy making process.

Register now for the first forum on the 11 March 2019 in Belfast! What does it mean to be an EU citizen? – Human Rights, Civic Rights, Entitlements and Obligations

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