About Virago project + Virago project milestones

Purpose:

VIRAGO aims to promote regional partnerships and provide opportunities for young women to develop the skills, confidence and leadership necessary to prepare them for active engagement and participation in governance and policy-making at local, regional level , national and international.

Project objectives:

1.Development of a framework model to create a cooperation network between young women aged 18-29 to establish sustainable initiatives and partnerships, in the context of the EU Youth Strategy 2019-2027;

2.Encouraging the maximization of young women’s civic participation in the democratic process and in society, with the aim of stimulating their European citizenship and European values.

Project duration:

20-12-2019 – 19-12-2021

Beneficiary:

Young women aged between 18-29 from the 6 partner countries: Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Estonia, Italy and Spain.

Partner countries:

Project Coordinator: Association Se Poate Romania,

Partners: Ministry of Youth and Sports of Bulgaria, Paralel – Silistra (Bulgaria), Youth in Science and Business Foundation (Estonia), Mine Vaganti (Italy), Ayuntamiento de Medina del Campo (Spain) and Osmaniye Korkut Ata University (Turkey).

Grant Agreement No. 2019-614791-EPP-1-2019-1-RO-EPPKA3-EU-YTH-TOG

Project milestones:

->Kick off meeting in Bulgaria

Host: Ministry of Youth and Sports (Bulgaria)

Dates: February 25-26, 2020

->On 20.12.21, the last online meeting of the Virago team in 2021 took place.

-> Transnational project meeting in Spain

Hosting organization: MEDINA DEL CAMPO Town Hall

Date: January 26-29, 2022

Location: MEDINA DEL CAMPO, Spain

->Transnational project meeting in Turkey

Hosting organization: Osmaniye Korkut Ata University

Date: March 23-26, 2022

Location: Osmaniye, Turkey

->Transnational project meeting in Italy

Hosting organization: Mine Vaganti Organization

Date: 16-17 September 2022

Location: Alghero, Italy

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