EU: Youth in Action Programme

THE EU programme Youth in Action is open for project proposals. If you have a great idea with lots of potential, you can apply for this funding, which is open to everyone between the ages of 13 and 30. Individuals, NGOs, informal groups of young people or local and regional public bodies working in the field of youth are welcome to submit projects. The programme's priorities are: raising awareness of European citizenship, participation of young people, cultural diversity and inclusion. For more information, see: http://ec.eur opa.eu/youth/index_en.htm

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THE EU programme Youth in Action is open for project proposals. If you have a great idea with lots of potential, you can apply for this funding, which is open to everyone between the ages of 13 and 30. Individuals, NGOs, informal groups of young people or local and regional public bodies working in the field of youth are welcome to submit projects. The programme's priorities are: raising awareness of European citizenship, participation of young people, cultural diversity and inclusion. For more information, see: http://ec.eur opa.eu/youth/index_en.htm

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