Invitation to EMI-Camp – 5-9th of August 2014, Borzont (Transylvania)

We would like to invite you to the EMI-Camp, which is a Hungarian youth festival organized by the EMI in the heart of Transylvania, in Szeklerland (Dorka Pension, Borzont village) between 5-9th of August 2014.

Our organization, the Hungarian Youth of Transylvania – in Hungarian: Erdélyi Magyar Ifjak – EMI was established in 2003 and it has legal status as an Association from 2005.
The EMI throughout its programs promotes the importance of preservation of the Hungarian culture and traditions in Transylvania, propagates the Hungarian history for the young people and fights for the autonomy with his own instruments. The EMI has 15 associate organizations and approx. 300 active members. 
The EMI-Camp’s program include: talks/presentations (about Hungarian history, the actual political situation and also matters related to the chances of Hungarians living in Transylvania, etc.), concerts, sport events, special programs for children, traditional craft activities, art programs, workshops, etc. During the camp we plan to organize a so called ’Autonomy Day’, together with the Szekler National Council, and we would like to present for the youth from the camp a few autonomous provinces from Europe and independence aspirations from all over of Europe.
Hungarian folk dances – Opening ceremony
Presentations in the Main Tent                                 Concerts in the evening
Sports activities                                                        Guitar afternoon
Workshops                                                            Activities for children
We would be grateful if you could come with your friends to take part on this event to meet our culture, our aims and of course to have fun with Hungarian young people from the Carpathian-Basin.
SORBÁN Attila Örs
Hungarian Youth of Transylvania – EMI 
2nd of April 2014
Contact details:
0040 735 176340
The organizer team of the EMI-Camp
Oldal tetejére
„Az lesz a miénk, amit ki tudunk küzdeni magunknak!” (Kós Károly)