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Enabling the youth to discover the culture of their cross-border peers through the joint organization of creative art, sports and cultural events
Project ID: HUHR/0901/2.2.2/0005
Project acronym: VIBA Youth
Project title: Enabling the youth to discover the culture of their cross-border peers through the joint organization of creative art, sports and cultural events
Project website: http://www.vibayouth.com.hr/en
Call: HUHR/0901
Action: 2.2.2 People to people connections
Total project budget: 100 270,20 €
EU contribution: 85 229,67 €
Project Duration 01 June 2010 − 31 May 2011
Geographical location of the project: Somogy megye, Varaždinska županija, Virovitičko-podravska županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

The future of any region lies in the hands of the youngest members of the community. This is why local communities from both sides of the border came together to organise joint youth programmes, wishing to bring closer the young of the two neighbouring countries. The diverse jointly organised programmes included art-camps, environmental education and language classes, folk dance and photography workshops and even a cross-border swimming competition. The creative forces were mobilised to invest in the young, into the future.


Partnership

Lead Beneficiary

Grad Virovitica
Croatia, Virovitičko-podravska županija

 

Project Partner 1

Barcs Város Önkormányzata
Hungary, Somogy megye

 

Project Partner 2

Razvojna agencija Sjever - DAN
Croatia, Varaždinska županija

 

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