[…] The Bureaux of the Governing Board and the CDEJ set up in December 1998 a working group composed of non governmental and CDEJ representatives whose task was to study the feasibility of the setting-up of such a network. This group met in February this year and followed the conclusions of the Vilnius Seminar on «the criteria and objectives of a network of European youth centres» in order to carry out its work. Organised in January 1999, at the initiative of the Lithuanian authorities, in the framework of co-operation of the States of the Baltic Sea region, this Seminar led to the definition of a certain number of criteria which could apply to the functioning of the network and its members, as well as the possible benefits for the participation in this network:Continue reading “1999 – criteria which could be applied to the functioning of the European Network of National Youth Centres and its members, as well as the possible benefits for the participation in this network”
EU Grant: 35.000 EUR
- A1. ENYC’s youth-web radio
- A.2 E-living library of cultures
- A3. Creativity & Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- A4. Youth exchanges & voluntary services
5th Conference of European Ministers responsible for Youth (Bucharest, 27-29 April 1998)
[…] The Swiss representative expressed support for the idea of developing the network of decentralised centres as recommended by the Conference of Ministers responsible for Youth in Vienna in 1993. […]
FINAL DECLARATIONContinue reading “1998 – the European Ministers responsible for Youth recommend the SETTING-UP of a European network of DECENTRALISED youth centres.”
Society with Multicultural Interactions and Learning of Each others was a project of ENYC network with the aim to show positive aspects or multicultural societies and fight against xenophobic behaviour.
In 1991, the Governing Board of the European Youth Centre (EYC Strasbourg) / European Youth Foundation (EYF) in conjunction with the CDEJ (European Steering Committee), was instructed to prepare a feasibility study on the prospects for extending training and co-operation in the youth field.
In its conclusions, the group responsible for this study considered various possibilities ranging from the creation of a second European Youth Centre in a Central or Eastern European country to the setting up of itinerant teams providing training and support for youth activities.
Among these hypotheses, the group mentioned the possibility of setting up decentralised European youth centres in various European countries.Continue reading “1997 – A first picture of the DECENTRALISED European YOUTH CENTRES in various European countries was drawn out, presenting the objectives of these centres, their functioning and their philosophy”