The Association of Renaissance Institute is a non-governmental organization which develops and implements youth projects in various fields.The Renaissance Institute was established in 2013 in Ankara, as a result of active cooperation among numerous youth workers with expertise in diverse areas. The association is specialized in the topics of social inclusion, youth unemployment, entrepreneurship and youth mobility.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/renaissancetr
Having hosted and organised one of ECYON events (Freedom of Expression: Speak Free But Speak No Hate), Udruga Impress is an active youth organisation led by young people. It is located in the small multicultural town Daruvar, where they bring together the local and the international through their youth activities.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Udruga.Impress/?fref=ts&ref=br_tf
Group of the European Youth for Change – GEYC is a Romanian youth non profit organisation active at International level aiming to empower young people to change their communities. It is mainly focused on capacity building in the digital field and on education. GEYC is the initiator of European Digital Youth Summit – EDYS and GEYC Resources Center.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/
OneEurope is a grass-root media organization and online platform built from scratch entirely by volunteers, which live, study and work all over Europe. Its mission is to raise the debate on the future of Europe and on the issues that affect us all, and at the same time to build bridges between Europeans, to promote a European identity, to give a voice to citizens and to educate and stimulate discussions on European topics.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OneEurope
Mladiinfo Croatia was established in 2013 as a non-profit organization and is part of the network Mladiinfo International (www.mladiinfo.eu/network/). It’s main goal is to improve young people’s skills to enable them to apply for different educational programs and in that way to improve their entrepreneurship and employability.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mladiinfohrvatska
National youth forum Bulgaria /NYF/ is an umbrella organization that gather together 36 youth organizations. Main values of NYF are freedom, equality, tolerance, solidarity. NYF was founded to represent the interests of young people, highlights the importance of youth organizations, their development and participation in social and public policy processes, ensuring effective structured dialogue through cooperation with relevant stakeholders and institutions, decision-makers in youth policy field.
Main priorities of NMF are : education, civic activity, demographic policy, health and physical activity, youth employment and sustainable development.
NYF is member organization of European Youth Forum since 2012.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NationalYouthForumBulgaria
Public Information and Need of Knowledge NGO has started its activities in 2007 and is working in the spheres of human rights protection of most at risk population towards HIV and LGBT people, sexual health and gender issues. In the sphere of human rights protection PINK Armenia promotes the ideas of equality and acceptance of vulnerable groups towards HIV and LGBT people. Eliminating any kind of discrimination and bringing acceptance and appreciation of diversity in our society has now become an undertaking assignment for the organization. During its years of devoted work, PINK has gained a wide recognition both by local and international organizations. Activities have been ongoingly carried out in accordance to its mission.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pinkarmenia
Georgian School Student Unions’ Alliance (GSSUA) is an umbrella organization, which unites school student self-governments and clubs in Georgia and was established in 2011. In general, the organization works for increasing school student’s participation in civic life. It helps school students to be active citizens and learn how to make important changes in society. Organization aims to help students acknowledge their rights and abilities, to overcome discrimination and racism in school life, to help students create and realize new projects, to promote access to education for all students and etc. Now GSSUA works with the more than 250 clubs and self-governments from Georgian schools and unites more than 100 small unions of the schools.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GeorgianSchoolStudentsUnionAlliance
“National Assembly of Youth Organizations of the Republic of Azerbaijan (NAYORA) is a united youth platform which was founded by 11 youth organizations on 21st of November of 1995 and was registered in the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Azerbaijan on 31st of January of 1996. Since its creation the number of members has reached to 110. NAYORA is a united youth platform, the leading youth organization cooperating with international organizations, organizing international integration of youth. NAYORA is a full member of European Youth Forum since 2000, the World Union of Turkish Youth, and Islamic Conference Youth Forum. Since 2002 NAYORA has Consultative Status in United Nations ECOSOC.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/nayora.az
Federation of Youth Clubs of Armenia (FYCA) was founded in 1999 by uniting several youth clubs, which had a 15 year history. Now it unites more than 90 youth clubs, centers and organizations from all over Armenia. FYCA’s aims are: advocating the benefits of open youth work, to organize seminars, joint training of workers and programs of youth exchange, encourage active involvement of young people in their community, promote youth work in the region, to develop youth information, counseling and research centers, promote intercultural learning and sustainable development.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FYCANGO
Association ATIANTI is a non-governmental and non-profitable organization established in the town of Zugdidi in 1995. The mission of the organization is to make its contribution into the well-being of the nation through the advocacy and promotion of the principals of modern, healthy, democratic and educated society. ATIANTI has committed itself to nourishing aspirations for knowledge, freedom and supremacy of law.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/atinati.ge
CREED is a youth organisation that appeared as a result a Youth in Action, 1.2 National Youth Initiative project in 2009. The mission of CREED is to help young people understand what active citizenship means and to work together for sustainable development. We are involved in ecology, interculturality, media, cultural and sport activities, and we use non-formal education, peer to peer approach, coaching and mentorship or other methods according to the spirit of the Youth in Action programme.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CREEDromania
EURO-NET is a not for profit association that is member or associated member of 56 international networks (5 of them are EU networks: EUROPE DIRECT, EUROGUIDANCE, EURODESK, SOLVIT and EBN-EUROPEAN BUSINESS & INNOVATION CENTRE NETWORK) .
EURO-NET gives to children, young people and adults these services:
– information and project development center
– organization of training courses, exchanges and cultural, artistic or sport activities
– sector study, research
– counseling, crisis support and prevention
– e-learning, networking, partnerships, training courses and workshops
– publications, newspapers and web sites.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Euro-net/307227906008
“Inceptus“ is a non-governmental non-profit organization, founded by a group of young enthusiasts who want to make a difference that counts. We are based in District of Kaunas, Lithuania and aim at involving more young people from local rural areas into active youth participation. Before our organization was officially established we operated as group of youth volunteers, who contribute to the home rural community and bring back the experience we have to local youth. We are interested in different kinds of topics such as social inclusion, youth unemployment, entrepreneurship, ecology, creativity and communication, youth participation, self-development, etc.