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A Stronger Nordic Youth Movement workshop 1 15.-17.3.2024

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Youth League of the Finnish Norden Association (PNN) and Föreningarna Nordens Förbund (FNF) & Föreningarna Nordens Ungdomsförbund (FNUF) have initiated a project aimed at increasing youth participation “A Stronger Nordic Youth Movement” (SNYM). The project seeks to promote youth engagement and commitment to civil society while deepening the understanding of the barriers and challenges young people face in participating in the Nordic civil society. The project will be implemented from September 1, 2023, to August 31, 2025. It consists of three parts, including three distinct workshops, two of which will be held in Finland and one in Denmark.

The first workshop aims to assess and map the current situation of civil society in the Nordic countries, with a focus on examining platforms and resources available to young people. The workshop will also identify active young individuals and discuss ways to increase their participation and interest in civil society. Challenges related to youth participation will also be addressed. The project aims to gather young participants aged 18–29 from various parts of the Nordic countries for the workshops. The detailed program for the first workshop will be updated in February.

What? SNYM Workshop 1

When? Friday, March 15, at 16:00 – Sunday, March 17, 2024, until 12:00.

Where? In Finland, Helsinki.

Cost? Participation in the workshop is free, and we will cover the participants’ travel expenses.

Who can apply? You can apply if you are 18–29 years old and reside in one of the Nordic countries. Participants will be selected based on motivation and country of residence. We hope to include young individuals from diverse backgrounds – you do not need prior knowledge or experience in civil society!

Registration opens on Monday, January 22 at 12:00 and closes on Monday, February 12 at 12:00. Please share your motivation for participating in the workshop in the registration form. You can apply here!

Questions? Contact

Warmly welcome!

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