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Welcome to Coalition page!
Last update: 07 December 2016

About Network

Involved Youth Coalition is an European Network to Promote Youth Involvement in the Decision-Making Process.

The network was founded within the international project Youth in the decision-making process developed by  EuroDEMOS Association from Iasi-Romania with the financial support of European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe.

Founders of the network are 21 young leaders from 12 Council of Europe countries:
Romania, Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, France, Italy, Latvia, Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Moldova and Turkey.
To know more about the network, founding project or membership go to the Network Presentation.

NEWS
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Katsa Morrely was developing the Partnership Building Activity between 25 October - 02 November 2016 within the European project Upgarde Youth Work.

IRRSA
was organizing Civil Society Cup, 28 - 30 October 2016 in Teteven, Bulgaria.

EuroDEMOS NGO was organizing Civil Society Cup, 7 - 9 October 2016 in Iasi, Romania.


Join the 20th anniversary of EVS and spread the word!

Since 1996, close to 100 000 young people have taken part in international volunteering through the European Voluntary Service.


European Week of Sport 2016
As announced on 24 November 2015 by Tibor Navaracsics, the Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, this year's European Week of Sport will start on 10 September 2016.
After enjoying a very successful first edition in 2015, the 2016 European Week of Sport
will continue promoting participation in sport and physical activity and raising awareness about their benefits.

Mission of the network:
To develop and increase the successful active involvement of youth in the decision making process at local, national and European level, in all the social spheres.


Purpose:
To create and develop an European network of youth leaders trained and prepared to contribute to the youth involvement in the decision making process.


 
 
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