Which factors facilitate youth associations creation and therefore youth participation? Which others complicate it? How should we understand youth participation within an association?
Are young people prepared to participate? Are our innovative processes built for youth participation? Is participatory or consumerist actions practiced within our youth? With this article we will try to answer these questions.
The youth correspondent is the support shaft for the information and youth participation. In an appropriate participatory process, youngsters give the information, collect demands and actively participate in the process of youth creation.
Every day is complicated to find young people who would like to participate in the process of making decisions from their communities. We can find a participatory process that is working: La Mesa Local de la Juventud from Puente Genil.
Adrenalin, nerves, fear, excitement, sadness, joy… Without any doubt, this youth exchange has been pure emotion!
“Mum, I have applied for a scholarship to go to The Netherlands” I said. “Why? You have everything here” she replied.
Did you know that the European Parliament (EP) offers paid traineeships? How can you get one? What is the life of an EP trainee like? Here is my European experience.
Luis Alvarado Martínez, born 17/08/1989 in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Canary island, Spain. He has had the honor of being awarded the Prize "Young European of the Year 2014".
On June 7, 2015 is a date that Turkey always will remember: The elections have confirmed the entry of 96 women in the Turkish Parliament
It's hard to get bored in Madrid. This town all the time is full of energy. Like a magnet attracts art lovers and fans of the nightlife, which in my opinion is more intense than anywhere else in Europe!
The story of Narayán Arencibia, a young man of the twenty-first century told first hand, who finds the courage to take advantage of the benefits and the opportunities that Europe offers.
In March a great Galician adventure began, Anastazja arrived to Coruña to support Ingalicia Cultural Association in their daily work.
This was my first real contact with the profession for which I trained for 2 years as Technician in Care for Dependent People in the CPFE Murialdo Madrid
This is the story of why Carmen went to Georgia ... and what is brought back!
I would like to tell you about my experience in Turkey, specifically in Yozgat, where I participated in a Training Course (TC) called “The importance of Young People in the triangle of Active Citizenship, Elections and Democracy”.
I want to come back!!!