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The Development Centre of the Heart of Slovenia has been leading, coordinating and connecting development projects in the area since 2000. The team, in cooperation with numerous local, regional, national and European partners, realizes projects to enhance the life quality of people in the region. It also involves young people and youth organizations in various projects and encourages them to play an active role in society, enables education abroad within Erasmus + projects and connects them with other local actors in various fields. It offers support to youth institutions, young people and others in all steps of implementing a participatory project.
Agenzija Zghazagh provides young people with the time and space to make friends, learn in new ways and develop their talents through our regional youth services and our extensive empowerment programme.
SEGA is a national platform of youth organizations dedicated to lobbying for needed legislative changes as well as committed to supporting youth activism, access to information and participation of young people in activities solving their problems. Our mission is to continue to work on the Youth influence that will change the development of our country, as well as participate in decision-making at national and local levels regarding issues that directly concern them. SEGA as a sustainable and developed youth coalition enables youth to believe in themselves, accomplish their interests, create and build.
We offer support for youth organizations and young people in the process of setting up their participation and e-participation projects.
Youth Horizon is a non-profit and non-governmental organization based in Georgia. Youth Horizon’s mission is to provide young people with active citizenship and social inclusion opportunities.
We want to establish an active and vivid community of project initiators and other interested institutions to enable a peer-to-peer exchange. Accomplished practitioners have valuable knowledge that other, less experienced practitioners can benefit from. Collaboration and the sharing of advice in a community of like-minded activists can strengthen eParticipation skills across Europe.