With Euroscouts everything started. Back in 2008 I was in Austria skying. On a walk it came to me that what we are actually lacking all over Europe are people who are willingly talking about Europe. In my special case, I would have been happy if someone would have told me about the beauty of the place I was at.
But it should not just be talking about Europe. It should be a group of people who are interested in finding new integrative projects, initiatives, and pro-European organisations in the civil society.
In the end it comes down to this, the Euroscouts as I conceived them are those people who are interested in Europe and who are willing to show others the way to Europe.
Euroscouts find trends, news, parties, interesting developments and challenging initiatives which encourage people to be aware of their European citizenship. They forward them to the promoters like Citizen-E and others. This way support for new ideas can grow fast all around the European continent.
If you want to become a Euroscout just like the page and become member of either the Facebook or the LinkedIn group and post your findings.
Please be do not post European Voluntary Service (EVS) projects. There are groups and fora for this all over. But there are not many groups who promote citizenship on the level of citizens.