Discover DYPALL Network

Over 50 civil society organizations and local authorities from more than 30 countries.

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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

If you share our vision and values, discover how to become member of the Network!

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“Welcomeship”- local training & visit

From 4th-6th  October, young people from Portimão (Portugal) participated in a local training within the Welcomeship project. The project aims to make communities more inclusive, address fears and prejudices and promote tolerance and respect regarding multicultural backgrounds. During the training, participants were challenged to develop innovative ideas that address issues related to their communities and

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DYPALL Network at the 20th edition of the UYD

From 15th-18th of September, DYPALL Network participated in the 20th edition of the University on Youth and Development, at CEULAJ (Mollina, Spain), facilitated by the North-South Centre of the Council of Europe, on the topic “Youth and Justice”. We reflected on the Network’s strategic priorities for the upcoming years (2021-2023), with the sense of bettering

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3rd Partners’ Meeting “Youthtainability”

The 3rd partners’ meeting of the KA2 Erasmus + project “Youthtainability” took place in Portimão (Portugal, from 2nd-5th October of 2019, with members from the three project organizations: DYPALL Network, a European-wide network based in Portugal, DO FÉNIX from Slovakia and GYIOT from Hungary, the coordinating entity. This partners’ meeting summed up the work achieved

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Partners meeting “Focus on Youth: Service Design and Co-Creation”

The partners meeting for the KA2 project “Focus in Youth: Service Design and Co-creation”, took place in Portimão (Portugal), from 18th-19th September. The consortium gathered organisations from Norway, Lithuania, Portugal, Slovenia and Poland, looking into the theory of service design to improve the understanding on how youth work moves between different youth service providers and

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