It has taken part to the project Croatia, Serbia and Italy.
'I care for ... Europe": it's the European network of small towns with the aim to raise awareness among their communities in different countries and initiate a common path on the defense of human rights and the adoption of local development policies and cooperation.
The start of "I care for ... Europe" in a three-day event hosted in Friuli Venezia Giulia, with more than 200 citizens from Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia -Herzegovina. Of the project, in fact, has taken part Tarcento and Aquileia for Italy, Rakovica for Croatia, Čapljina for Bosnia and Herzegovina and Bač for Serbia.
" I Care For ... Europe " was presented by Adriatic GreeNet (as delegated by the municipalities of Tarcento and Aquileia). It is funded by the European Commission under the program "Europe for Citizens" and counts the accession of the Region FVG .
The mayors of the five municipalities have signed a memorandum of understanding during the general meeting (auditorinum of the Comprehensive Tarcento ), organized to celebrate the 2013 ' European Year of Citizens " and to raise awareness among the community. In addition to the municipalities, have also joined the network of partner institutions and associations "Adriatic GreeNet." As part of the project a CD-ROM with basic information materials on issues affecting the network and a website open to everyone ( http://www.adriaticgreenet.org/icareforeurope/ ).