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Panel Discussion in the European Parliament by Intercultural Dialogue Platform: Volunteering & Youth for Social Cohesion

Wednesday, 19 January 2011 12:14
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Intercultural Dilaogue Platform, which is a Brussels-based NGO active on areas like intercultural dialogue, social cohesion, peaceful coexistence etc, is organising a panel discussion in the European Parliament on "Volunteering & Youth" on the 7th of February. This will be the first of the 3 conference series within the context of European Year of Volunteering 2011. Volunteering & Youth issue will be dealt with in terms of its contribution to the social cohesion in our societies.

The panellists will be as following;

- Marian HARKIN, MEP – ALDE Group in the European Parliament, Co-founder and co-President of the European Parliament Volunteering Interest Group

- Pascal LEJEUNE, Head of Unit, Youth in Action, DG EAC, European Commission

- John MACDONALD (moderator), Head of Task Force for EYV 2011, European Commission

- Murat ALICI, Director, NGO Stichting Witte Tulp, The Netherlands

- Klavdija CERNILOGAR, Head of the Policy Development and Advocacy Department, European Youth Forum

- Serafettin PEKTAS, Director, Intercultural Dialogue Platform, Brussels

 

Please visit our website for more information at: www.dialogueplatform.eu

You can register yourself for this very interesting debate in the European Parliament by confirming your participation to the following e-mail:

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Hope to see you in the European Parliament

Additional Info

  • Location: PHS P7C050
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  • Country: Belgium
  • Organization: INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE PLATFORM
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