On the 24th of June the Final Meeting of the E-UNITE project was held in Athens, Greece. The meeting provided an opportunity for all 5 E-UNITE partners to discuss the overall progress on the project plan, the completed tasks and the results, the final intellectual outputs and the E-UNITE Online Hub, as well as the outlined dissemination and evaluation work and the strategies for sustainability of the project.

At the meeting Law and Internet Foundation was represented by Rosaliya Kasamska and Kalina Ruseva.

The project E-Unite (European youth Network for dIversity and TolerancE) brings 6 organizations (two universities, two NGOs, an Institute and a youth center) from 6 different EU countries in an effort to develop an Online Hub, where youth workers and youth from many different European countries will have the opportunity to converge, share ideas and help each other to achieve community and network goals. The aim of the E-UNITE Online Hub is to enhance the exchange of good practices between youth workers, as well as to promote tolerance, diversity and bring communities together.

The project is implemented under the framework of the European Commissions’ Programme Erasmus+, within Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, Action: Strategic partnership for youth.