School for Transnational Activism

Apply to the School for Transnational Activism and participate in a series of workshops around Europe. The school will provide lectures, open spaces and public events, exploring ways in which citizens act beyond borders and foster a new vision of Europe beyond the nation-state. The deadline is on 22 April 2019.

This year’s courses will take place in various locations. They will be based on a foundational course developed by European Alternatives. The first training will take place on June 20-23th in Warsaw, Poland, the second on September 12-15th, 2019 in Rijeka, Croatia and the third alongside the Transeuropa Festival 2019 on November 7-10th, 2019 in Palermo, Italy.

The course is offered free of charge for selected participants. Accommodation and food costs will be fully covered. Organisers can offer a limited number of partial or fully funded scholarships for covering travel to and from the workshop venue

Main criteria

  • Candidates should be over 18 years old, proficient in English, and available on all the dates of the workshops;
  • Applicants should demonstrate a track record of activism in or reflection on key topics such as migrants rights, citizenship, feminism, gender, climate justice, data and digital rights.

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