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Bacau to become Romanian Youth Capital

Bacau, one of the biggest cities in Romania's Moldova region, will be the Romanian Youth Capital between May 2, 2017 and May 1, 2018.

2017-04-05 10:45:04

The winner of this award was announced during the Romanian Youth Gala organised in Timisoara, the city that currently holds the Romanian Youth Capital title. Constanta and Bacau were the two cities that remained in the competition for the Romanian Youth Capital title, and the jury selected Bacau to be the big winner.

This title sets out the general framework for the implementation of "Bacau - Youth Capital of Romania" programme aimed at developing the city by involving young people and explore their potential.
Bacau is the second Romanian city to become Youth Capital after Timisoara, between May 2, 2016 and May 1, 2017.

The Romanian Youth Capital program aims to draw up local development strategies for young people, and to involve them actively in decision-making processes in their cities, on topics related to education, culture, population policy and other areas of interest to them. It also aims to make local public authorities and private companies to support and participate in the implementation of projects proposed under the program.



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