Citizens in border regions often experience very concretely in their everyday lives what Europe and the increasing integration of the European Union mean. The resulting opportunities but also challenges are particularly perceived here. The aim of the TEIN4citizens project is therefore to collect the ideas and opinions of citizens from border regions for the future development of Europe.
All surveys are now online!
What does it mean to be an EU citizen?
Access to cross-border labour markets, protection of personal data, rights of minorities, women in politics, access to health care and EU foreign policy – What will be important for you in Europe in the future? What does it mean to be an EU citizen? Which rights should be protected, and by whom? Answer the short survey and tell us what you think!
This survey is based on the results of the first TEIN4citizens conference, which took place on 11.03.2019 on the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. The TEIN4Citizens project is co-financed by the Europe for Citizens programme.
Old and New Minorities – The Relevance of Identities for Border Regions in the European Union Today
This forum was dedicated to old autochthonous minorities and new migrant communities in a cross-border and European perspective. Central topics were minority rights and integration policies. Representatives of civil society and respective organizations were informed about and discussed questions of minority rights, European and/vs. national migration policies, participation possibilities etc.
Now your vote counts! Don’t hesitate to answer the survey mentioned above!
Cross-border identity and the engagement of civil society in cross-border regions
What’s your opinion on cross-border identity and the engagement of civil society in cross-border regions? Answer our new survey and have you say!
Multilingualism and Identity in the 21st Century Europe
At the online forum “Multilingualism and Identity in the 21st Century Europe” in the Catalan border region, experts and citizens reflected on identities (how they are constructed and overlap) and the role of languages and multilingualism in shaping them. It combined experts’ reflections, debates and workshops open to the citizens. Experts coming from various parts of European regions , local and foreign communities as well as representatives of public sector and NGOs’ participated.
Now it’s your turn to give as your opinion answering the following survey: