Discover DYPALL Network

Over 50 members in more than 30 countries. Find out where we are contact, contact our members!

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Models of youth participation

Study on models of youth participation in decision-making processes in the local governance.

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How to Join Us

..trainings, study visits, international conferences, researches.. we are all about youth participation. Join us! Become partner!

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INJUVE – Call for participants for Seminar “Inclusion of Migration Policies in Youth Platforms”

INJUVE, the Spanish National Agency, launches the call for participants for the Seminar “Inclusion of Migration Policies in Youth Platforms” 14-19 March 2017 | Mollina, Malaga, Spain Deadline: 5 February 2017 By gathering young migrants, diaspora representatives and people involved in youth organizations, this seminar aims to share, discuss and elaborate specific policies to integrate young

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New Projects 2017-2018

Dear colleagues and partners, we hope you are doing well, we are happy to announce some opportunities for working together in 2017-18. Our flagship event: the international conference Conference “Youth Work at Municipality Level” to be held in Funchal – Madeira Island, Portugal (tbc) Conference “Youth participation on all levels: From youth center to youth council” to be held

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Call for youth delegates to the CLRA

Call for application for young people to take part in the 32nd and 33rd sessions of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe 26-30 March and 16-20 October 2017 | Strasbourg France Deadline: 17 January 2017 In the framework of the Congress’ initiative “Rejuvenating politics”, the Congress of Local and Regional

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Exploring Local Youth Work

Participants went out to the city of Rēzekne for a packed field day as part of the “Youth Actors in Decision Making” training course The day began in the Municipality of Rēzekne where the participants met with municipality officers and other stakeholders working on youth affairs. Afterwards they took part in a non formal discussion “Coffee with

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