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Madeira jovem 1st meeting

Within the framework of mainstreaming the development of local and regional Youth Action Plans, DYPALL has implemented on the 22nd November the first stakeholders’ meeting – the first activity of the project to develop the first Youth Action Plan of the Madeira Autonomous Region of Portugal. This meeting gathered over 50 stakeholders, including regional governmental

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“Boosting Youth Participation at Local Level” Study visit to Portimão

From 13 to 18 November 2017, DYPALL Network in cooperation with Puntland Diaspora Forum and Portimão Municipality received a group of 26 representatives from organizations working with youth relevant issues and municipalities, for the study visit “Boosting Youth Participation at Local Level” (Boosting YP) in Portimão (Portugal). These participants were from Portugal, Sweden, Turkey, Slovakia,

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National Working Group, 1st Meeting – 15th of November 2017 On the 15th of November 2017, DYPALL Network attended the first meeting of the National Working Group for the VI Cycle of the Structured Dialogue consultative process implemented by the European Commission. This consultative process, implemented since 2010, is a direct channel of communication that

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Boosting Youth Participation at Local Level

Today we are starting new project. This study visit is the first implementation phase of the project “Boosting Youth Participation at Local Level” (Boosting YP), which will involve 26 participants comprising youth leaders, youth workers and youth municipality officers from Portugal, Sweden, Turkey, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, Netherlands, Malta and Italy.

Testimonies from participants of DYPALL’s activities

Sara Shabana (Youth worker / Palestine) Participant of Partnership-building activity “Building bridges to enhance youth participation at local level in Mediterranean countries” “By enhancing international relations while also learning about youth participation in decision making, DYPALL project was a great experience that brought a lot to me as a Palestinian participant. A case in point, it gave me the

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