The CES, in cooperation with the Kós Károly Academy (KKA) and the Hungarian Youth Conference of Romania (MIERT), organised the EU Camp 2013 for young people between the ages of 16 to 30. Held from 3 to 8 July, the EU Camp attracted over 300 people who participated in five workshops revolving around five themes which were concentrated around the subject of regional policy making. The topics included Transylvania 2020; the reform of the education system in Romania; the Minority Rights Bill; enlargement of the Schengen area; and youth unemployment. The workshops offered participants team building exercises, team competition games and recreational activities. Among the speakers were representatives of the Democratic Alliance of the Hungarians in Romania (DAHR), YEPP, the National Authority for Sports and Youth, the County Directorate for Sports and Youth, as well as the Youth Committee with the County Council of Harghita with lectures on range of topics provided by experts from the Sapientia University, Transylvania.