The project “TranslateEU” was selected by the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society among the most successful ones realized in the Republic of Serbia in the past five years within the framework of the “Europe for Citizens” programme of the European Union. Since 2013, a total of 33 projects worth over 2 million euros have been implemented within this program in Serbia. On the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the inclusion of the Republic of Serbia in the “Europe for Citizens” programme, the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society presented the most successful projects through the publication “How to Make Europe Better for Its Citizens”, dedicated to the achievements of various actors from Serbia who implemented projects supported through this program.

The “TranslateEU” project was implemented by the CSO Libero and the Municipality of Vracar in cooperation with partner organizations of civil society and local governments from Serbia, Slovenia, Macedonia, BiH and Belgium. On that occasion, over 300 participants from these countries exchanged experiences and discussed the common future of the Western Balkan countries within the European Union. Considering that citizens often perceive the European Union as insufficiently close to them because their institutions often use complicated language  the participants of this training have decided to “translate” the EU and its policies in the language easily understandable to all.



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