📌 Location: Lisbon, Portugal

⏰ Dates: 24-29 April 2023

👣 Number of participants: 45

🏁 Participating countries: Croatia, Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain

🚲 Organizer: Stiftung “Europäische Jugendbildungs- und Jugendbegegnungsstätte Weimar” (EJBW) (Others)

🍇 Apply here: application form

🚦 Deadline to apply:  11 December 2022

🚦 Date of Selection: 9 January 2023

📱 Inquiries about this training course: 

Ari Huotari

Markus Rebitschek

E-Mail: rebitschek@ejbweimar.de

Phone: +493643827115

💰💶 Costs:

  • Participation fee

    In order to co-finance the event a participation fee is taken (reduced 50,00 EUR, standard 75,00 EUR, solidarity 100,00 EUR).

    Accommodation and food

    Accommodation, board and activities are covered by the project.

    Travel reimbursement

    Travel costs are reimbursed upon to a certain limit based on the distance calculator of the European Commission and regulations of the funding program as follows:

    • Croatia: 360,00 EUR
    • Greece: 360,00 EUR
    • Germany: 360,00 EUR
    • Lithuania: 530,00 EUR
    • Portugal: 23,00 EUR
    • Slovenia: 360,00 EUR
    • Spain: 275,00 EUR


    Youth Conference on Historic-Civic Education in Lisbon, Portugal in April 2023 – open places for applicants from Croatia, Greece, Germany, Lithuania, Portugal, Slovenia & Spain

    The Youth Conference in Lisbon is aimed at closing the project circle and to open new perspectives. Therefore four main program elements (“pillars”) are foreseen:

    • Focusing on remembrance culture in Portugal (history, legacy, remembrance, implications of Salazar dictatorship)

    • Abstracting results and challenges of this year´s project edition and transforming them into prolific discourses (risks, limits, potentials)

    • Giving space to participants and project partners in promoting relevant themes/ topics/ discourses

    • Creating a framework for networking and development of follow-up proposals & further project ideas

    The event in Lisbon is open for young adults and adults from the field of civic-education, youth work and academia from Croatia, Greece, Germany, Lithuania, Portugal, Slovenia & Spain.