The latest issue of danube connects, the bilingual magazine for the Danube countries, is dedicated to that young generation that wants to contribute to the future of their countries – and thus also to the future of Europe.
The issue presents the Danube Youth Salon in Berlin, where young people from Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Moldova, Hungary, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Germany discussed about the situation of their countries and about the future of Europe.
Furthermore, danube connects reports on a civil society initiative in Hungary that fights prejudice against Roma with meetings and workshops, on an unusual literary journey along the Danube, and on the youth radio station Timisoara, a radio program by young people for young people.
danube connects has been published since 2008 by a committed team of journalists from the Ulm section of the European Journalists Association as a civil society initiative.The aim of this engagement is to strengthen the political and European activities around the EU Strategy for the Danube Region, so that the information reaches people and practical benefits of the EUSDR are communicated to citizens.
Find more information on current support to the young generation in the Danube Region in the summary report of the 10th EUSDR Annual Forum (page 6) and on the upcoming European Year of Youth here!