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Updated Thursday, 5th September 2013

An event created by young people for young people aiming at strengthening solidarity in youth actions.

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EuroPie logo Copyrighted  image Icon Copyright: EuroPie EuroPie described itself as "a meeting place where we can discuss alternatives, share our experiences and solutions on issues in the societies we live in  [...] EuroPie carries the message of solidarity, engagement in civil society and youth empowerment. For a couple of days, we will come together in a self managed space where different activities will take place : from workshops to theatre, from debates to concerts, informal discussions in the camping space to collective cooking in the self run kitchen".

It was initiated by non-governmental organisations/charities and social movement activists and encouraged people to participate through public assembly and a special event. EuroPie was transnational in orientation and concerned with anti-discrimination, equality & social justice; democracy, politics & representation; economy; education; environment & sustainability; media democratisation; and research, knowledge production & information access

It took place from 23-25 August 2013.  

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