EDU2030: Youth in Transition

I care, we care.

„In this year of pandemic – and beyond – this must be Europe’s motto, too.
This is the most important lesson that I hope we can learn from this crisis. It is a lesson about Europe.
We care for the weakest among us. We care for our neighbours. We care for our planet.
And we care for future generations.”

Ursula Von Der Leyen – President of the European Commission

Harghita County Council is the local public administration of Harghita County with one President – elected directly by the citizens for a mandate of 4 years – and 30 County Councillors, including the two Vice-Presidents of the county council.

Harghita County Council is an elected public authority in Harghita County, founded in 1992. It is a local public administration, responsible for the coordination of the local council’s activities (municipalities, towns, and villages). It fulfills public services at the county level, participates in different international projects, and furthermore initiates and implements programs in several domains. The County Council is responsible for the public administration activity on the county’s territory based on the principles of local autonomy, decentralization of public sphere deputy’s, legality, and citizen’s consultation regarding local problems of main interest and contributes to the local growth by means of development programs. Harghita City Council pays particular attention to the development of strategies for young people to remain in their homeland instead of working abroad. The County Council is composed of 7 departments and coordinates the activity of the 20 subordinated institutions. The number of employees is more than 200.


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