What is your revolution today? What are the most important questions you would like to ask the European Parliament? Which is the best way to promote social change? For what issues are you willing to commit yourself to Europe?

Came to its fourth edition, #MyRevolution project invites young citizens living in Europe to reflect on these questions, taking political and cultural processes that have characterized the history of the European Union as an initial input. This year, the starting topics are the analysis of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, proclaimed in 2000, and the interconnections with today's challenges on human, social and environmental rights.

To open the debate, there are national workshops and meetings, carried out in collaboration with schools and youth centers, involving sixty young people between 15 and 20 in each country, to collect reflections and proposals formulated in the various territories.

During two international conferences, more than 80 representatives of the young people involved in the four countries meet to discuss the requests and to write together the Central European Youth Manifesto.

A round table at the European Parliament in Brussels allows a group of about 7 boys and girls the opportunity to present the Manifesto to European parliamentarians, at the tables of the European Commission and the permanent representatives of the Member States.

The appointments of MyRevolution 1990

  • National workshops - Bologna,  November 2021: artistic-expressive workshops (webradio, video-making, photography) with young people from the Bologna area (about 20 places available for each workshop). The artistic-expressive forms are the tool of non-formal, participatory and interactive education.
  • National conference - Bologna, 13 January 2022: Meeting dedicated to the participants of the workshops, to elaborate concrete proposals for the problems of our territories. The meeting includes an international online meeting between the youth from Italy and those from the other partner countries, and it is enriched with a city walking tour in key places for historical memory on the themes of the project, scheduled for March 2022
  • Two international conferences - Ljubljana 22-24 March 2022 and Vienna 21-24 April 2022: the first conference consists of interactive workshops, discussions and exchanges, with the participation of groups of youth representatives who took part in the activities in the four partner countries. The exchange of ideas and opinions of representatives of youth groups continues in the second conference with the collective drafting of the "Central European Manifesto". From Italy, a maximum of 20 youth are selected to participate in each conference.
  • Advocacy Seminar and Round Table at the European Parliament, Brussels, 10-12 June 2022: the final phase of the process, with the presentation of the "Central European Youth Manifesto" to European Parliamentarians and members of the European Commission.

The activities will be adapted in accordance with national and international measures relating to the COVID-19 emergency, with the possibility of realizing them even in virtual form.