|The Council of Europe and Young People|
Advisory Council on Youth
Programme of Activities 2014
European Steering Committee for youth
|PARTNERS & CO-OPERATION|
European Youth Forum
Co-operation programme CoE & Russian Federation
Activities with Ukraine
Youth policy & participation in Turkey
|EDUCATION & TRAINING|
non formal education & training
Roma Youth Action Plan
Human rights education youth programme
Human rights education
|SUPPORT FOR YOUTH ACTIVITIES|
European Youth Foundation
Alliance of civilizations
The European Youth Centre in Strasbourg with its meeting and conference rooms, restaurant area and bedrooms has a capacity of up to 90 guests to implement the youth programme of the Council of Europe
The Centre can also be used by Council of Europe directorates and external Organisations as a special place for meetings, seminars and training courses, with accommodation and catering services available on the spot.
Rooms and services
The EYCS has a cybercentre with 8 computers, which are at the disposal of the participants, as well as a wide range of technical equipment.
Sauna is also available for guests staying at the EYCS.
The European Youth Centre in Strasbourg welcomes external groups to organise their activities at the EYCS. The groups are those whose activities correspond to the aims of the Council of Europe and connected to the fields of work of the organisation.
The following categories of groups will be considered:
For the groups staying at the EYCS, the facilities of the EYCS (meeting rooms, technical equipment and technical staff) will be at their disposal free of charge.
Visiting the European Youth Centre
The EYCS regularly welcomes groups and gives them a presentation of the Youth Department, its programmes and its activities, as well as documentation. Agreement is subject to meeting room availability, as well as speakers’ availability.
You may have lunch (self-service) at the EYC, just let us know so we can book the restaurant for your group.
You may address your request to email@example.com
Visits are held in English and French, and according to availability, in Italian, German or Russian.