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JOGGLE - A PROJECT DEDICATED TO LEGALITY, APPROVED BY EUROPEAN COMMISSION


The Municipality of Quindici (Italy) received in 2013 the approval by the European Commission of the project named “Joggle”, connected with the European programme "Europe for Citizens". It foresees the involvement of the Municipality of Dorohoi (Romania), Berkovitsa (Bulgaria), Kamez (Albania) e Kucove (Albania).

The JOGGLE project concerns the building of an European network among public and private local actors (public bodies, associations, civil society organizations, experts and so on) acting in the field of legality in order to create a long lasting, structured and multifaceted cooperation to disseminate culture of legality and lawfulness. An opportunity for the 5 involved Municipalities to join together in denouncing illegality, crime and illicit activities in every their forms.

Special attention will be put also on important EU issues, such as:
- 2013 European Year of Citizens
- European Intergenerational Solidarity
- European policies promoted by EU Justice Institutions.

The project will last till summer 2014 and foresees 3 European JOGGLE Conferences, two of them will take place in Quindici (Italy) and one in Albania.

 

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The second Conference will take place in Kamez (Albania) from 8th to 10th May 2014
JOGGLE PROJECT LAUNCHES THE CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:
What about Legality - “Joggle” Contest for Schools

The Contest for the Schools on the theme of Legality is one of the flagship activity of Joggle project. It is an opportunity foryoung students aged between 14-18 years old to reflect and express their own opinion, ideas and thought about the meaning and the theme of legality, above all on its importance for the future of our towns, countries, Europe and for the whole world.

Entries/products must be received till April 15th, 2014

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author,
and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.