This year the Hungarian Youth Council of Romania, the Executive Board of DHART and Kós Károly Academy Foundation will organize the 12th EU camp between July 7 and 12. This year’s camp focuses on immigration, the current European problems and the Roma problem – a minority directing the attention towards another minority.
The participants of the camp in Izvoru Mureşului can relax in an active way since, besides scientific seminars and personal stories, organizers will make the programme more interesting and varied with many novelties.
Lóránt Antal, President of MIÉRT and main organizer of the camp said: this year we expect approximately 200 participants, who will have an insight into the topic of immigration, Roma issue and current European problems. The Art School of Hunor Jakab calls the theme into existence in the camp area and the topic will also highlighted through the photography exhibition by Béla Kása, displayed at Sziget Festival.
Lóránd András camp manager of Roma origin emphasised that there will be a taboo corner in the camp area where attendees will hear personal stories dealing with sensitive issues. Besides, during Roma Day there will be discussions about questions, problems related to the minority. The camp is not only about seminars, of course, but there also will be parties, recreational activities and concerts. This year we included in the programme team building games as well where the winners will be awarded with a study visit to Brussels.
On Friday Back II Black band will give a fantastic party bringing the authentic funky spirit to Izvoru Mureşului. The organizers offer 200 tickets sold on the spot to the outsiders for RON 50, every day starting from 20 o’clock, and during the week they ensure access to all concerts. Besides Back II Black, Baggossy Brothers Company is in charge of good atmosphere on Tuesday, while on Wednesday campers will dance on the music of Szempöl.
For the full programme visit: http://miert.ro/program
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