Partner's decription: 

EUROPANET Association was founded in 2010 and it is a voluntary association in which all active members of the
association are involved in voluntary activities.
The main objective of EUROPANET Association is to promote Romanian values in a European context to stimulate the
collaborative process and integration between citizens, Romanian institutions and organizations with similar representatives
from Europe.
EUROPANET Association develops activities in education, information, management, entrepreneurship and European
mobility. Developed project are LLP projects: Youth in action, Grundtvig, Europe Citizens.
These projects have evolved due to the intergenerationality and multidisciplinarity that exists among the members of
EUROPANET Association.
Because of the huge interest that the association members have, we develop projects in the Educational field, Social Art
field, Social Entrepreneurship and “Lifelong learning”.
We consider that inter-generationality and inter-institutionality are concepts that if promoted and assumed could lead to
qualitative leaps in our development projects through creativity, efficiency and experience that result from this
interconnection (generational and expertise).
We develop active leisure projects, social activities for children and youth, we collaborate in these projects with young
volunteers, adults and seniors, with different organizations to develop a strong civil society, active and adapted to the
needs for sustainable development of the N-E Regions of Romania.
Nationwide we have a good collaboration with different partners: public institutions, civil organizations, informational
groups, which will help us in the development and multiplication of our efforts to integrate Romanian values in a
international context by presenting our activities in the EVS domain, by promoting fulfilled activities, by facilitating dialogues
between our international volunteers and other organizations from Romania.
This project is very important to our organization because we deal with elderly people, persons that have lost their jobs,
young people.
Our part in this project will be to research healthy eating in Romania along with ways in which the development of cooking
skills and abilities could contribute to increasing this, and both sharing this with our EU partners and learning from their
experiences, before disseminating the results to our network of food and health oriented organisations in Romania.