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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Regional Youth Action Plan – Madeira Jovem

At this stage, we can consider that we are now halfway through the implementation of this ambitious project supporting the definition of a regional youth policy framework in the Autonomous regional of Madeira – Portugal. The driving force behind this project is a close partnership between the Regional Directorate of Youth and Sports and the

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Welcomeship! Building inclusive communities through community-based entrepreneurship

DYPALL Network is one of partners of the project “Welcomeship! Building inclusive communities through community-based entrepreneurship” and is currently present at the partners’ meeting taking place from 26th-30th April, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. At the meeting the partners will present their work, exchange about what motivates them for the Welcomeship project, and look into the

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RE-thinking LEADership

DYPALL Network representatives took part in Re-thinking Leadership project from 16th to 19th April, in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Eight European organizations, from Slovenia, Turkey, Macedonia, Ireland, Poland, Lithuania, Portugal and Italy, met to work and learn more on this topic, on a program with a different approach through an interactive workshop-based format. During these days, a

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Seminar “Models of youth participation at the local level in Europe”

Seminar “Models of youth participation at the local level in Europe” was organised on 19th April 2018 in Setúbal, Portugal. Various interesting practices of engaging youth in decision-making processes at the local level from Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Spain, Italy, Macedonia, Romania, and Slovenia were presented. More than 30 participants from civil society organisations and municipalities

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