| 3rd Germanspeaking Youthforum|
17-19 April 2013, St. Gallen
|EuropYiA, the annual event of the Youth in Action programme took place on 8th December 2012 in Lausanne. All kinds of workshops, thematic tables and a buffet were offered, in order to discover how to support and finance your youth projects with Youth in Action. We also launched a new video and were thrilled to welcome many of you to europYiA.|
|In a possibly record-breaking 1.5 hours, around 100 young people and extracurricular youth workers filmed a lip dub, a music video, in Solothurn. The chosen song, "Proper Education", says it all, as the aim of the video is to highlight the importance and wide range of opportunities offered by non-formal education.|
Individuals who are involved in the European Voluntary Service (EVS).
Group projects in the following fields:
For people involved in youth projects who are interested in participating in an exchange with colleagues in another European country.
|Project start||Action||Deadline for applications|
|01.01.13 - 30.06.13||All actions||01.10.12|
|01.05.13 - 31.10.13||All actions||01.02.13|
|01.08.13 - 31.01.14||All actions||01.05.13|
|01.01.14 - 30.06.14||All actions||01.10.13|
In addition to the activities offered by the ch Foundation, there is a range of other activities run by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) in Brussels.
Further information is available at: http://ec.europa.eu/youth/calls-for-proposals/call98_en.htm
Applications for these project opportunities must be submitted directly to the Executive Agency.
Countries involved in the programme
In principle, the ch Foundation supports activities that take place in Switzerland. However, most activities involve partner organisations from other countries. Organisations and participants from the countries involved in the programme can take part in all of the activities. These countries are:
|The EU member states:|
|Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Cyprus|
|The EFTA member states:|
|Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland|
|Candidates for accession to the EU:|
|Turkey and Croatia|
Neighbouring partner countries
For projects that fall under campaign 3.1 (youth exchange and training and networking activities with partner countries), participants and organisations from the following partner countries can also take part:
|South-East Europe||Eastern Europe and the Caucasus||Mediterranean region|
The Russian Federation
The Executive Agency in Brussels is responsible for activities involving countries from other regions of the world.
The new generation of programmes “Erasmus for all” starts on 1st January 2014. More information are available her.
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|Tel:||+41 32 346 18 18|