The European Intercultural Forum and its local partners in Armenian, Azerbaijan and Georgia are accepting applications for participants to join the project Discover the Caucasus – Study visits exploring the youth sector in the Caucasus. The project aims to explore together with local (youth) organisations and their counterparts from the EU […]
The #ErasmusDays are three days of events to celebrate the Erasmus+ Programme, discover more the worlds of international mobility, and promote European citizenship.
On one side exhibitions, concerts, contests, seminars, partner networking, open days, distribution of Europass Mobility documents, digital events… On the other side, they provide an important platform to […]
Application call for “Youth Movement for Intercultural Dialogue” Youth Exchange in Bulgaria 05 – 13 October 2020
This article is a result of the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum.
- The COVID-19 pandemic is making a move in relocation way of talking incorporate individual wellbeing security.
Constraints on development, while important to deal with the virus, can make it hard for travelers and refugees to get […]
Mindful of the work you from around the world, it’d be wonderful opportunity for you to join this effort. […]
we have amazing updates from our partner UNFPA.
UNFPA is launching its first Country Cases Series within its project “Out-of-School Comprehensive sexuality education for those left furthest behind” in Colombia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iran and Malawi, with the financial support of Norway.
The five-country cases provide […]
Happy international youth day!
Yet it was on the 12th of August, there are still many campaign cherishing the achievements of young people all of the world.
It’s All about Solidarity: Fostering integration in Europe and supporting young refugees and migrants
The International Foundation for Y-PEER Development with its partner organizations from Austria, Italy, Greece and Turkey has created a series of short videos for the project “It’s All About Solidarity” funded by the Bulgarian Human Resources Development Center in the frame of the Erasmus+ program of the European Union. […]
Rewire.news, together with the physician Dr Diana Wu, answered some of the burning questions on access to abortion, and other SRHR-related issues during a pandemic. Read the entire article here.
ONLINE COURSE: Role of Young People in Peacebuilding, Conflict Resolution and Violent Extremism Prevention
The International Institute for Youth Development PETRI – Sofia just launched the online course on the role of young people in peacebuilding, conflict resolution, and violent extremism prevention. The project is supported by UNFPA EECARO.
The online course aims to provide knowledge and […]
The content of this booklet is:
Profiling your organisation;
Developing the organisation;
The role of the rural youth worker;
Basics of project management;
Follow-up, dissemination and exploitation od results;
Participate in someone else’s project first;
Money for international rural youth projects;
Money for international (rural) youth projects;
The practical guidelines on abortion storytelling as a tool and technique to combat abortion stigma has been developed by YouAct – European Youth Network on Sexual and Reproductive Rights. This practical guidelines document was created to complement the first toolkit, […]
Assaults on women’s reproductive health & rights take many forms in Europe today. Barriers to safe abortion care are among the most problematic.
Sexual and reproductive rights are human rights. Governments have very clear obligation under international human right law to respect these rights. However, women in Europe still have these […]
This data sheet provides a few snapshots of reproductive health and gender inequalities in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. It supplements UNFPA’s 2017 State of World Population Report.
The Literature Review was developed by the International Institute for Youth Development PETRI-Sofia, and it contains resources (manuals, toolkits, guidelines, reports, fact sheets, case studies, articles, publications, policy briefs) that can be used by youth advocates when tackling issues such […]
Training of trainers in youth work as a preventive practice Training Course 8-11 August 2018 | Sibiu, Romania The major aim of this training course is to train trainers to contribute to the improvement of quality youth work in Council of Europe countries, with a particular focus on working with […]Find out more
Deadline: 17 April 2018 Applications are open for the Mama Cash’s 2018 Grant program with an aim to support ambitious feminist and women’s rights organisations and initiatives led by and for women, girls and trans people. Mama Cash supports women, girls and trans people who fight for their rights. Activists who […]Find out more
PlanetRomeo Foundation is seeking applications to provide funding up to € 5,000 to grassroots emerging LGBTI projects and initiatives, with a focus on achieving societal change in order to improve the position of LGBTI people throughout the world, with an emphasis on the most disadvantaged regions and communities. The Foundation […]Find out more
Social entrepreneurship for change Training Course 21-29 July 2018 | Sleepy Lion Hostel, Leipzig, Germany The training course will increase the quality of youth work services for migrants and refugees by equipping youth workers with competencies necessary for development of social entrepreneurship ideas and projects. Due to the current political […]Find out more
Deadline: 1 April 2018 Applications are open for Fast Forward’s accelerator program that provides training, mentorship, and funding to tech nonprofits. Working at the intersection of social impact and tech, Fast Forward runs several programs including a summer accelerator designed exclusively for tech nonprofits. Organizations selected receive mentorship, training, and capital. Fast Forward fosters a supportive […]Find out more
Deadline: 9 March 2018 The U.S. Embassy has announced that nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 Ambassador’s Woman of Courage Award. The Woman of Courage Award honors women who are making history in their countries and communities through their work to better their societies, to fight discrimination or strife, and to help […]Find out more
Training Course 9-14 May 2018 | Hollókő, Hungary Improvisational theatre is like an exciting game: we playfully experiment with partners, our creativity can soar and mistakes are welcomed. Impro exercises are often perceived as fun games and energisers. Improvisational theatre is a more complex non-formal educational methodology than a series […]Find out more
The Commonwealth Youth Sport for Development and Peace Network is recruiting new members to join our Steering Committee. The Commonwealth Youth for Sport for Development and Peace (CYSDP) Network is the leading and driving voice, for youth in the Commonwealth, towards promoting best practices in Sport for Development and Peace. […]Find out more
Training Course 9-23 July 2018 | Homade (Brivezac), France “Our Mask” invites 24 educators, youth workers and artists to exchange and develop educational tools using mask, storytelling, theater and social circus to provide a safe space for youngsters to foster understanding, inclusion and community building. “Our Mask” aims to involve […]Find out more
UG Zasto ne (CA Why Not) from Bosnia and Herzegovina, on behalf of the Accountability, Technology and Institutional Openness Network in South-East Europe (ACTION SEE) has announced the 4th Annual International Fellowship Program for the year 2018. The program aims to provide leaders of civil society organizations/groups from the MENA region an opportunity to learn and exchange […]Find out more