Future. Together. Europe

Europe is, just as 100 years ago, at a crossroad. This June, Sarajevo, just as one century ago, will be the centre of the World. Only this time, the reason will be much more pleasant.

European Youth Summit, with a symbolic title "100 for the Next 100 in the Danube Region" will be held in Sarajevo from 04-08 June 2014. This event will bring 100 young leaders from the countries of the Danube region and South-East Europe.

Participants of the Summit will have a unique opportunity to discuss the challenges Europe and the region are facing nowadays, not just among themselves, but also with the key decision makers with different backgrounds - politics, civil society and extinguished academic members of the community.

Another aspect of the Summit are the workshops, which will provide participants with an opportunity to acquire more practical knowledge and skills from wide range of areas.  

Organizers of the event are regional members of the European Forum Alpbach Network -young, educated and inspired enthusiasts from Croatia (Club Alpbach Croatia), Serbia (Club Alpbach Belgrade), Montenegro (Initiative Group Alpbach Podgorica) and Bosnia and Herzegovina (Initiative Group Alpbach Sarajevo), gathered around a common idea - to contribute to the regional development and improvement of position of youth in the region. Partners of the project are European Forum Alpbach, Danube Competence Center and University of Sarajevo.

We are pleased to invite all the interested young people, students, graduates, entrepreneurs, young professionals and civil society representatives to send their applications until 20 April 2014. The application form and all other information regarding the project and organizers are available at www.alpbach.org/en/sarajevo2014.

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