Eupen, Belgium – The partners of the project euPrevent Active Citizenship Participation (ACP) are pleased to announce the Kick-Off Meeting for our stakeholders, set to take place on Thursday, November 30 at 09:00h at the Parliament of the German-speaking Community of Belgium in Eupen.
The euPrevent ACP project is a initiative aimed at establishing a sustainable framework for citizen participation in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine (EMR). Initially focused on addressing critical issues such as climate change and health, this project is built on the foundation of close collaboration between the project group and a diverse stakeholder group. The stakeholder group comprises individuals from a wide array of professional and political backgrounds, including policymakers, scientists, citizens, and healthcare professionals. Their collective role is to facilitate citizen engagement, provide valuable input on project outcomes, and contribute to shaping a sustainable structure for the initiative.
This kick-off meeting serves as the inaugural step in providing our stakeholders with insights into the project’s objectives and its collaborative spirit, which is integral to its success.
Join us at the Kick Off on November 30th to learn about our project’s efforts. Interviews with members of our project group are available.
If you would like to be present on November 30th and / or if you are interested in an interview, please contact Marleen Struß, before the 27th of November.
The project is funded under Common Ground, a project of Robert Bosch Stiftung GmbH.