The YFJ is the platform of youth organizations in Europe. Independent, democratic, youth-led, it represents over 100 youth organizations.
The Youth Forum defines it as "being the voice of young people in Europe".
The Youth Forum works independently, democratically and represents all youth organizations in Europe.
The aim is to strengthen and promote young people, while also promoting participation and emancipation through representation work in all European institutions. A further task of the YFJ is awarding the European Youth Capital.
We send annually representatives to general assemblies, events and projects.
For the W= Women stands the European Women’s Lobby.
The EWL is the largest EU umbrella network of women’s associations.
Their core work is to promote women’s rights and gender equality. The EWL has a consultative status at the Council of Europe and participates regularly in activities of the UN Commission on the Status of Women.
We aim to strengthen our cooperation, since the goals of the EWL are interfaces with our goals.
For the C= Christian stands the Conference of European churches.
Emerged as a peace building effort in 1959 after the Cold War, CEC has been building bridges between the East and the West Europe.
Today CEC is a fellowship bringing together 114 churches from Orthodox, Protestant, and Anglican traditions from all over Europe for dialogue, advocacy, and joint action.
CEC strives to serve the churches, to offer them tools, and challenge them with inspiration to make a difference.
CEC´s Governing Board has chosen the words Together, in Witness and Hope as an overarching theme for the new quadrennium.
We join them in empowering young women and girls to make the change in the world by encouraging our member organizations to send participants to CEC´s events and conferences.
The YWCA was founded in the United Kingdom in 1855 by Lady Mary Jane Kinnaird and Emma Robarts. Today the World YWCA is a global movement working for women’s empowerment, leadership and rights in more than 120 countries and 20’000 local communities. Members and supporters include women from many different faiths, ages, backgrounds, beliefs and cultures.;
As a member organization in Europe we join this movement, empower women and girls to change the world.