Young Euromaidan participants invited to take part in Sakharov prize discussion

 

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The European Parlament Information Office in Latvia together with the Latvian youth organization Club The House – youth for united Europe is organizing a discussion for young people in Latvia and Ukraine on January 20 and 31, 2015. It aims to discuss and build awareness of the Sakharov prize and human rights in context of Euromaidan.
They are inviting English-speaking young people from 16 to 30 years old who participated in Euromaidan to share their experience and opinions.
The main aims of Club The House are to popularize the idea of a united Europe, to promote democracy, tolerance and human rights while informing and educating youth.
Please contact Zane Kubuliņa (zane.kubulina @ klubsmaja.lv) if you would like to take part, or can recommend somebody.
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