Camp Identitaire 2011 en Provence
Communiqué of August 28, 2011
:: Who if not us? ::
Like last year, the youth identity camp took place for their ninth summer camp under the sun of Provence. They even extended the fun as the participants from all over France and Switzerland joined for the six days camp.
Under the auspices of awakening of the people of Provence, Frédéric Mistral, the campers spent time in small groups to develop a long-term political campaign with the aim of improving their mastery of political communication and media agendas. They could also attend lectures on topics as varied as the Crusades, the concrete local or Roman heritage in Provence.
The workshops on techniques activists were also varied and, in the opinion of all, this was certainly the camp’s most comprehensive and most formative.
As usual, the moments of camaraderie did not fail either whether it was the evenings around the fire or during the visit of Orange and its Roman theater. What boost the morale on the eve of the new year until tenth militant camp after Rome in 2007, should take back the roads of Europe …
“The future will not happen without us” could be heard as everyone took their way back.
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