This project addresses important social issues: active citizenship, Euroscepticism, the state of democracy in partner countries, the next EU elections and the future of the EU.
Rising Euro-skepticism and distrust in national control structures demotivate people to participate in the election process. The turnout for the elections to the European Parliament in 2014 was 43%, in 2019 it was 51% and in many EU countries the turnout is still below 30%. This project includes six organizations from Slovenia, Croatia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Austria, which had the lowest voter turnout and an increase in euroscepticism. Project partners will together explore the reasons for the low turnout and develop strategies to fight Euro-skepticism.
Find out more about the project by visiting the project website http://countereuroscepticism.eu/
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