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Date du début: 1 janv. 2016, Date de fin: 31 déc. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The Fabrik à Declik meeting aims to bring young people of all origins and cultures together with people at the heart of political decisions, innovation and action for young people in France and Europe. This large event will bring these groups together over 3 days for a citizenship event to support policy reform of the Youth Program Erasmus + .The event mains objectives are- To stimulate the young people's interest in social, economic, political and cultural issues.- To empower young people with the information and confidence needed to be able to act on issues that are important to them.- To foster, in a inclusive way, exchanges between policy makers and young people- To stimulate young people to take action and be part of the change they wish to see in France and in EuropeFabrik à Declik will provide the opportunity to consider questions of youth employment and unemployment, adult learning, and entrepreneurship in the business and social sectors. The event will take place over 3 days and will be organised into three streams; citizenship innovation, social entrepreneurship, and artistic and cultural. It will bring together 330 young volunteers and participants, about 30 policy makers and youth experts, accompanied by 10 facilitators. The event will finish with a citizens assembly. The participants will be involved in all phases of the organisation of the event. Young people and facilitators will use various methods of non-formal education methods and engagement will be fostered through open space, the engaged potluck, cultural, relaxation and wellness times to foster informal interaction, intercultural meetings and a better knowledge of others. In terms of results to be achieved, the project aims to enable young people to have a common reflection about the priorities, about the policies implementation and elaborate concrete propositions for the young policies and propose entrepreneurship projects support by the political makers. The expected impact of the meeting is to allow the young people and political makers to engage in dialogue in order to improve public policy at local, regional, national and European levels. In the long run, the project aims to contribute to improving the quality and efficiency of youth policies and to support the involvement of all citizens in Europe, particularly young people.