The European Youth Forum has launched a call for the European Youth Capital 2016!
The European Youth Capital is a title granted by the European Youth Forum to a European city for a period of one year, during which it is given the chance to showcase its youth-related cultural, social, political and economic life and development.
All municipalities in Member States of the European Union and/or the Council of Europe are invited to apply.
The title of European Youth Capital gives European cities the chance to present a multi-faceted programme over one year, which highlights the wealth, diversity and common characteristics of Europe’s intergenerational approach, and the empowerment of young people throughout the continent.
The first European Youth Capital was Rotterdam (the Netherlands), in 2009. The European Youth Forum (YFJ) has awarded the EYC 2010 title to Torino (Italy), EYC 2011 to Antwerp (Belgium), EYC 2012 to Braga (Portugal), EYC 2013 Maribor (Slovenia), EYC 2014 Thessaloniki (Greece) and EYC 2015 Cluj Napoca (Romania).
Deadline: 20th February 2013 (23:59 CET)
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