The aim of EU project “Reactive Youth” is to promote young people’s sense of belonging to an area and involve them in its development to preserve existing values and special features across the generations. That’s why this project is especially important to actively support the development and implementation of the joint roadmap. The project is of 26 months’ duration with a budget of 44,894 euros.
Under the Erasmus project “Reactive Youth”, measures are developed to help create a bond between young people and their hometown. Tobias Vieider participated in the launch event in Spain for Alpine Pearls. Train, plane, and bus took him to Arenas de San Pedro, a small town around 2.5 hours away from Madrid. Over the course of two days, various meetings and workshops were held to develop the project. Tasks, challenges, and opportunities were discussed. There was a lively exchange of ideas between the partners and new contacts were established between the participating organisations from Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Slovenia, and Austria.