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Welcome to Coalition page!
Last update: 04 July 2015

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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Ukraine derogation from European Convention on Human Rights
Council of Europe standards still apply in Ukraine, said the Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland in response to a notification by Ukraine that it would derogate from the European Convention on Human Rights under Article 15 of the Convention.

Romania: 10-12 June 2015
National Citizen Forum "Gouvernance and Development" organized by EuroDEMOS Association.

Kasta Morrely invites you to watch the testimonies of participats at the European training Creative Entrepreneurship - Successful Career for Youth, participants were 28 youth leaders and workers from Portugal, Poland, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Macedonia, Romania, Turkey and Slovenia.


European Youth Week 2015 - is running!

Countries across Europe are celebrating European Youth Week with hundreds of events and activities, from the 27th of April to the 10th of May 2015. See where you can be!


Let’s get ACTIVE!!

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New!!!

Kasta Morrely invites you to watch the testimonies of participats at the European training Cultural Diversity for Social Inclusion, participants were 28 youth leaders and workers from Albania, Armenia, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Macedonia, Portugal, Romania, Turkey and Ukraine.


The European Capitals of Culture celebrate their 30th anniversary in Mons 2015
From Athens in 1985 to Mons and Pilsen in 2015, 50 cities across Europe have been European Capitals of Culture. Over the past 30 years, European Capitals of Culture have grown into one of the most ambitious cultural projects in Europe. They have become some of the best known – and most appreciated – activities of the EU.

Anti-torture Committee publishes reports on Armenia
The Council of Europe's Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) published today its reports on the last two ad hoc visits to Armenia, carried out in April 2013 and May 2014, together with the responses of the Armenian authorities.
Latvian Presidency of the Council of the EU
Latvia holds the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union during the period January to June 2015. This is the second Presidency in the trio with Italy (second half 2014) and Luxembourg (second half 2015).


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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