Nantes Creative Generations (NCG) Forum 2018 in France

first_img Reddit ← Zurich Enterprise Challenge “Rule the Risk”, Germany 2018 Google PhD Fellowship Program for graduate students LinkedIn 0 Share 0 Fully Funded Lisbon Consortium FCT PhD Scholarships → Deadline: 3 June 2018Open to: participants between the ages of 18 and 30 years oldVenue: 24-27 October 2018 in Nantes, FranceDescriptionThe next NCG Forum will take place in Nantes on 24-27 October 2018.You are between 18 and 30 years, in charge of a project that strengthens the notion of citizenship in your city? Do you want to share it and to take part a great meeting gathering over 60 participants from all over Europe, participating in workshops, festive and cultural moments?Everywhere in Europe, from Amsterdam to Séville, from Warsaw to Nantes, young people engage and innovate in order to strengthen the quality of life in their community. Developing relations between citizens, solidarity, the protection of the environment, artistic collaboration – every initiative is unique but all of them have a common objective: to strengthen the notion of “living together”.In order to allow these young people to meet, to learn and perhaps to experiment with new forms of projects within Europe, the Nantes Creative Generations Forum brings participants together every year from Nantes and Europe to present a concrete initiative. The objective is to encourage and stimulate European exchanges so that they make progress together.As well as showcasing their own projects, participants will have the chance to learn from peers across Europe and to gain a better understanding of the European dimension of local projects. This is a unique opportunity to develop a project, reinforce/create a network, exchange good ideas, strengthen English skills, etc.Over the course of 4 days in Nantes, participants from every background are invited to:Present a project or initiative;Share best practice;Develop skills in setting up projects in Europe;Meet potential future partners with a view to setting up cross-border projects which could be funded by the Cooperation Prize;Have discussions with other young Europeans;Take part in city visits, cultural and social events.Program:Plenary sessions, to present projects to other participants, take part in discussions and public radio shows, and summarise the work carried out in workshops;Workshops, to discuss specific themes in small groups and gain skills in setting up projects, in particular cross-border projects (methods, funding, communications tools, etc.);Informal time, an opportunity to share experiences in more depth during free time.EligibilityThese are the conditions to participate to the Forum:To be aged between 18 and 30 years old;To live and/or develop a project in Nantes Métropole or a Member state of the Council of Europe (+ Belarus);To present a concrete initiative;To fill in the application form to be launched every year in spring.Selection of projects :Each year, 30 projects are presented: 10 from Nantes and 20 from all of EuropeProjects must contribute to strengthening the notion of “living together”, involve a “citizenship” approach in its general sense and develop an original approach;They can be linked to a large range of thematics: environment, health, education, culture, sport, intercultural dialogue, fight again discriminations, media, etc;Projects must be concrete initiatives (Or at least in an advanced stage of reflection if not yet realized).CostsFor European participants: Transport, accommodation, and food costs are covered by Nantes Métropole for 2 participants maximum per project.Please note that selected participants are asked to book their transport tickets themselves. The organization will then refund travel expenses up to 400 Euros per person, according to the original receipts and tickets sent by the participants. Refunds are provided approximatively 2 months after the Forum (depending on the date of reception of the original tickets).How to apply?In order to apply, please fill the application.Projects must contribute to strengthening the notion of “living together”, involve a “citizenship” approach in its general sense and develop an original approach;They can be linked to a large range of thematics: environment, health, education, culture, sport, intercultural dialogue, fight again discriminations, media, etc;Projects must be concrete initiatives (Or at least in an advanced stage of reflection if not yet realized).For more information, please visit the official web page. Pocket April 13, 2018 Published by sanja Similar Stories Tweet +1 Coimbra Group Scholarship Programme 2021 for Young Researchers from the European Neighbourhood Call for Entries: Pro Carton Young Designers Award 2021 Nantes Creative Generations (NCG) Forum 2018 in Francelast_img read more