Final event “My Future, Our Society” 8 May 2019 at BOZAR in Brussels

On the 8th of May 2019, the P&V Foundation organised a conference at 10am in Bozar in Brussels to conclude its extensive research and action programme on collective action of young people.

In the morning, several inspiring speakers will share their practical experiences with the audience.In the afternoon, the eight laureates of our call to projects and several partner organisations presented their results in various workshops. After an intermezzo of The Troubadours and the possibility to visit the Next Generation, Please! exhibition in Bozar, a debate on the revitalisation of collective action among young people took place.

Discover the complete program of our final event.

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Connecting you(th). A call for articles on overcoming divisions in society

The Foundation P&V is launching a far-reaching operation: Connected you(th). Overcoming divisions in society.

Today's society appears to be divided in two groups (of young people) living side by side. These groups seem to crystallize around education. People with a low level of education and people with a high level of education do not meet often. They do not live in the same neighbourhoods, they do not attend the same sports clubs, schools or (digital) spaces, nor do they meet at church or in the army.

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Citizenship Award 2018

Michel Pradolini received the P&V Foundation's Citizenship Award 2018.

The P&V Foundation handed out its 14th Citizenship Award on  the 13th of November of 2018 to Michel Pradolini. The Citizenship Award is an annual award conferred to a person, initiative or organisation, of Belgian or international origin, whose activity has shown exemplary commitment to promoting an open, democratic, tolerant society.

This year, the jury chose to reward a Belgian personality. Michel Pradolini is not only a successful and socially committed business owner but is also the founder and chairman of City Pirates, a broadly supported social project and football club, active in several districts of Antwerp, which currently numbers about 1200 young people while waiting lists continue to grow.

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