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Table of content of the FIRST number

  • Democracy between myth and reality

  • E - Democracy Web Portal

  • Individual freedom and democratic governance

  • Representative Democracy

  • Democracy For Everyone But How?

  • Power of civil society

  • Youth Participation in Democratic Greek Institutions

  • Youth Participation

  • Walk Together in Democracy

  • Be brave and embrace Volunteering

  • We Want Action!

The International Newsletter

This Newsletter is realized within the international project “Act by Knowing the Means of Democracy” project developed by EuroDEMOS Association and funded with support of the  European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe

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The International Newsletter
is a useful tool to develop the activity of actors working in the field of democracy, human rights and youth and to strengthen the cooperation at international level.

The newsletter will be published periodically and distributed worldwide among various stakeholders, organizations, institutions, networks involving youth.

The International Newsletter “ACT in DEMOCRACY” offers the framework for youth all over the world to express and to share their experiences and knowledge in the fields of democracy, participation, youth work, opportunities for youth, etc.

Here you can send your ARTICLE

“ACT in DEMOCRACY” team invites all interested citizens to support with pertinent information and articles the active civil society that militates for promoting democracy values and European active citizenship.
Next deadline for submision of articles is 25th of July2014.
Click here to send your articles.

on youth and democracy,
was founded within
the international project “Act by Knowing the Means of Democracy”

and it aims to gather articles to make accessible to young people at international level information on democracy and human rights, useful tools and opportunities for youth.

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