The Hungarian team have had several meetings since the beginning of March.
First we had an interactive workshop about every day life and social movements in the countries involved in our project, i.e. in Hungary, the GDR, Poland and Czechoslovakia during the totalitarian period so that young participants could see the differences and similarities.
Then we started learning about the topic of the Polish partner, examining the history of the country, concentrating on civic participation represented by Solidarity trade union and leading to the fall of the totalitarian regime.
At the meetings, the youth made posters for the event, concerning our specific field: fight for free speech and samizdat.
Finally, they collected answers to our questionnaire, trying to find some balance of gender, age, place of residence and school education.