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Strasbourg, France 29 March 2023
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EYF visit to a local project on democracy and digitalisation in the Netherlands

On 27 March 2023, the EYF secretariat visited the final dissemination event of the local project "Moving Democracy Online: how to improve dialogue between youngsters and policy makers? A guide with scenarios for e-democracy tools". The project has been implemented by the NGO Foundation Netherlands – Romania (FNR), based in the Hague, the Netherlands, and was supported by the EYF within the special call for the campaign "Democracy here. Democracy now".

During the event, over 40 young people learnt more about the EYF and the work of the Council of Europe's youth sector for revitalising democracy. 


The EYF has a special call to support young people from Ukraine. This initiative responds to the current needs expressed by the Ukrainian authorities and stakeholders in the field of youth.

The special call includes the possibility to apply for pilot activity grants and for international activity grants. 

Youth organisations in Ukraine or youth organisations working with young people from Ukraine in the member states of the Council of Europe are invited to submit applications for this special call. 

Projects can be submitted at any time during the period from 3 November 2022 to 31 October 2023 or until the funds are exhausted. Find out more on the call page. 

Who we are

The European Youth Foundation (EYF) is a fund established in 1972 by the Council of Europe to provide financial and educational support for European youth activities. Only youth NGOs from the 46 Council of Europe member states as well as the European Cultural Convention Signatories: Belarus, Kazakhstan, the Holy See and the Russian Federation, can apply to the Foundation.

The EYF is part of the Youth Department of the Council of Europe’s Directorate of Democratic Participation, Directorate General of Democracy and Human Dignity.

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