On the 24th May, young people went to students campuses to inform their peers about the EU elections, on a local action in Bucharest.
In order to do so, the multipliers from Romania approached other young voters with information on how EU institutions work and the role of European Parliament. They also distributed promotional materials, from the campaign and spoke to their peers and educated first time voters on their rights.
To execute this campaign action, the multipliers from the Romanian team used non-formal methods and the toolkit made available in the framework of the project to address topics such as youth civic participation - ways of engaging in community, skills needed, actors to consider etc. - as well as some information on voting in EU elections and the impact that the European Union has in their lives.