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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Training “Youth Friendly Cities on a table Exchange, Inspire, Train!”

Between 27-31 July DYPALL Network took part in a training “Youth Friendly Cities on a table Exchange, Inspire, Train!” hosted by Nausika Fundacja Edukacyjna in Rabka-Zdrój, Poland. The activity gathered almost 30 municipal representatives, youth workers, officials, activists, experts, students, decision-makers and young volunteers from 6 countries around the idea of making their cities more youth-friendly.

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[CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS] Study Session “Youth e-participation matters – Transferring local youth participation in decision-making processes to the digital sphere”

Study Session “Youth e-participation matters – Transferring local youth participation in decision-making processes to the digital sphere” will take place in the European Youth Centre of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg between 11th-15th October (+ travel days) and is organised by DYPALL Network in cooperation with the Youth Department of the Council of Europe.

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Preparatory Meeting: outh e-participation matters – Transferring local youth participation in decision-making processes to the digital sphere

On the 15th and 16th of July, DYPALL Network participated in a preparatory meeting in the European Youth Centre of the Council of Europe. The purpose of the meeting was to plan detail the programme and the general flow of our upcoming Study Session “Youth e-participation matters – Transferring local youth participation in decision-making processes

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1st Bonn Process Meet-up

Exactly half a year ago over 1000 youth workers from 50 countries met online for the 3rd European Youth Work Convention (EYWC), to discuss the latest developments in youth work practice and youth policy in Europe. It was the occasion to kick off the implementation of the European Youth Work Agenda through concrete measures and

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