Weren’t you able to join us to our conference Romania? No worries, you can rewatch our livestreams from the 4th EGL event on our YouTube playlist!


The first day of the conference was the 17th of May 2022. You can re-watch the opening words online. There was also akeynote about “EGL as a platform for cooperation and the launch of the platform” by Koen Lambert and Marc Boes.

Barbara Bulc talked on the second day about “youth-friendly ecosystems”. Later in the day we were joined online by Guy Redig, who talked about “local youth work policies in Europe”.

On the last day we had a panel about “youth work in the spotlight: youth workers’ perspectives meet public authorities and youth policies”. The guests of the panel were: Mariya Gabriel (European Commissioner for Youth), Izabella Kacsó-Doboly (Youth Affairs Secretary of State in the Ministry for Youth in Romania), Ilaria Zocco (Project Manager, Associazione Culturale IL VERGANTE in Italy), Apostolos Tzitzikostas (President of the European Committee of the Regions), Emil Boc (Mayor of Cluj-Napoca, Romania), Ricardo Rio (Mayor of Braga, Portugal), and Victor Cătălin Toma (Asociaţia pentru Dezvoltare Activă ADA Bacău, Romania).

Social media

During the conference you could watch the livestreams on the Facebook pages of Europe Goes Local, Corpul European de Solidaritate, and Erasmus+ Romania.

The 4th European Event of Europe Goes Local is fast approaching! EGL is launching its platform for stronger cooperation on May 17th – 19th in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

But that’s not all. You will also:

We invite all local youth stakeholders who are committed to raising the quality of youth work and making a difference in their countries to apply and attend our event.

The application deadline is April 28th, 2022. More info and apply here.