Marienthal Youth Centre Luxembourg 26 February-1 March 2018
Training course for the staff of youth centres in the network of the Council of Europe Quality...
Strasbourg, France 17 October 2017
Thanks to the self-assessment tool for youth policy, member states and other public stakeholders...
Strasbourg, France 18 October 2017
The Joint Council on Youth (CMJ), the co-managed decision-making committee of the youth sector –...
European Youth Centre Strasbourg, France 24-26 October 2017
On 24-26 October the Youth Department organises the seminar Youth participation in Internet...
Learning to Live Together - Conference on the Future of Citizenship and Human Rights Education in EuropeStrasbourg, France 25 July 2017
Declaration, Key Actions and Expected Outcomes on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human...
European Youth Centre Budapest, Hungary 2-12 October 2017
Phase 2 – The residential training seminar (2-12 October 2017)
CONCLUSIONS - Summer School - Young refugees as actors for social inclusion and intercultural dialogueBraga, Portugal 27 August-3 September 2017
Co-organised with the Global Platform for Syrian Students In cooperation with Kiron - Open Higher...
European Youth Centre Budapest, Hungary 29-31 August 2017
The European University on Youth Policies, also known as the Summer University, gathered 40...
Young Europeans Are Challenging Antigypsyism – Training Course on combating antigypsyism through Roma youth participationEuropean Youth Centre Strasbourg, France 11-16 September 2017
The European Youth Centre Strasbourg of the Council of Europe is hosting 18 young people during...
Pécs, Veszprém, Kecskemét and Nyíregyháza, Hungary 2016-2017
Following the initial pilot project of 2016, in 2017 members of the Hungarian National Campaign...
The Youth Department is part of the Directorate of Democratic Citizenship and Participation within the Directorate General of Democracy (“DGII”) of the Council of Europe. The youth programmes of the Council of Europe are an integral part of a wealth of initiatives aimed at the development of a common European cultural identity.
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Short movie: "No Hate sounds"
The Roma Youth Action Plan is a response of the Council of Europe to challenges faced by Roma young people in Europe, particularly in relation to their empowerment, participation in policy decision-making processes and structures at European level.
The Enter! project aims at the development of youth policy and youth work responses to situations of exclusion, discrimination and violence affecting young people, particularly in multicultural disadvantaged neigh-bourhoods.
This site provides an overview of some of the main initiatives of the Youth Sector to support Youth initiatives for an inclusive and peaceful society for Youth in Europe and globally.
Tranzit is an online platform of the Youth Department of the Council of Europe dedicated to youth work and youth policy measures addressing the transition to autonomy and work life of young people.
This is an online tool that helps individuals, teams and organisations doing youth work around Europe to understand their competence and to develop it more effectively.
This site provides information about the No Hate Speech Movement which is a youth campaign against hate speech and for human rights online of the Council of Europe, its objectives, who is involved, campaign materials and publications.
The online campaign platform is the main landing page of the Campaign available for the widest public with testimonials through self-made videos, photos or other visual manifestations.
The on-line version of Compass, the manual for human rights education with young people.
A project to promote the European Youth Centres of the Council of Europe as standard-setting instruments and examples of good practice for youth policy, the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe welcomed the initiative for an initial pilot phase of three years, starting in 2010.
The project of the Youth Department of the Council of Europe on Human Rights Education is a direct contribution of the core mission of the organisation to promote and protect human rights.
The Living Library is a tool that seeks to challenge prejudice and discrimination. It works just like a normal library: visitors can browse the catalogue for the available titles, choose the book they want to read, and borrow it for a limited period of time.