Discover DYPALL Network

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

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What is Youth Participation

More than just voting, youth participation is about cooperation between local authorities and civil society

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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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Starts today the training course “Young Migrant Voices”

It starts today the international training course “Young Migrant Voices: a training course for boosting participation of young migrants in decision-making processes at local level”. The initiative, organized by ADYNE Netherlands in partnership with DYPALL Network (Developing Youth Participation at Local Level), and co-funded by the Erasmus + Programme of the European Union, is hosted is

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Training Young Migrant Voices | Meet the Team

  Are you ready for the Training “Young Migrant Voices”? The International training course “Young Migrant Voices: a training course for boosting participation of young migrants in decision-making processes at local level”,  organized by ADYNE Netherlands in partnership with DYPALL Network is coming up next week. The team of the training  is already at the venue of the

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ONLINE COURSE ON ERASMUS + FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH

The 3rd edition of the free massive open online course (MOOC) about Erasmus+ Funding Opportunities for Youth starts today! Laimonas and Nerijus, the facilitators of this MOOC will guide you through this exciting learning journey. More than 3000 participants enrolled to learn at the course by now and groups of learners is still growing. During this course you will

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Picture Review: Study Session

The study session “Transferring Positive Practices of Democratic Youth Participation Models from the European to the Local Level”, was organised by the Dypall Network (Developing Youth Participation at Local Level) in co-coperation with the Youth Department of Council of Europe. For one week,  35 young people, youth leaders, youth workers, and representatives of institutions and decision-makers

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