May: Meeting "Modern Agriculture"
Spring Committee Meeting Modern Agriculture hosted by Hermann Hatzfeldt in Crottorf (Germany)
October: Participation at "Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly"
ECOROPA participation at the Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly in Prague

Helsinki Citizens' Assembly

The Helsinki Citizens' Assembly is an organization of citizens dedicated to peace, democracy and human rights in Europe. The collapse of the Berlin Wall and the new global political context this created gave rise to a new peace movement called the “Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly”. From October 19 to 22 1990, peace activists from all parts of Europe (chaired by Václav Havel, then president of Czechoslovakia) held a meeting. They agreed on the “Prague Appeal” and founded the HCA as a permanent forum, within which peace and civic groups, as well as individuals and institutions representing a broad spectrum of views, could exchange experiences, discuss common concerns and formulate joint campaigns and strategies. (source: wikipedia)