European Youth Dialogue 2014 (EYD) was organised by the Heinrich Boell Foundation in cooperation with many European and local partners. It took place in Thessaloniki, a few days before the European elections considering itself as a political manifestation: Youth is “systemically” relevant, their hopes and needs concern everybody in Europe! The EYD gave the opportunity to around 100 young people from all over Europe to meet, to enhance their networks and to send the message “The youth will take the future in their own hands by reclaiming it!”
What is social economy? How can I start my own social cooperative enterprise? Answers to these questions, practical tips and useful links can be found in the information portal about social economy, which aims to encourage, support and accelerate the self-organization of Koin.S.Ep. and generally of the social economy actors in Greece.
More than 160 cyclists coming from 28 organizations and 19 cities of Greece and Cyprus participated in the first Biciklopaideia, a four-day cycling conference held from 28 November to 1 December 2013 in Thessaloniki. The program included among many things, two open meetings which resulted in the creation of a national cooperation network of cyclists and cycling organizations for the support and promotion of their role in designing sustainable urban mobility in Greek cities towards a national policy for cycling .
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