RePlaY: following the RePlaY infoshare, work has begun on the RePlaY booklet!

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RePlaYRePlaY (Re-Plan-Years 2014-2020) is a project co-financed by the European Programme for Citizens, action 1.2.2 (Support Measures)

The first meeting of the project (RePlaY InfoShare) was held in Palermo from the 14th to the 21st May 2013: 22 participants (from Albania, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Macedonia, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Spain, United Kingdom and Italy), representatives of the 11 partner organisations, confronted each other on topical issues as active ageing and intergenerational dialogue.

The participants shared the existent best practices on these fields in their respective national contexts and thought together about which are the basis to start developing new ideas and projects to promote active citizenship, most of all for aged citizens.

During the meeting, they also analysed the new Europe for Citizens Programme 2014-2020 (on the basis of the currently available information) in order to understand the main changes and develop new project ideas.

The partnership is currently working in the writing of the RePlay booklet, a booklet containing a series of best practices concerning active ageing and intergenerational dialogue, information about the new Europe for Citizens Programme 2014-2020, and finally suggestions and recommendations for those organisations with less experience in the field of European cooperation that are willing to develop active citizenship projects.

For further information, please visit the website: and the FB page  where you can find constant updates and useful links to learn more about active ageing, intergenerational dialogue and more!

So, if you are interested in these topics and about the Europe for Citizens programme, stay tuned!

Europe for citizensThis project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication 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.