The misinterpreted feminism

written by Ruta, Pavel and Denis, Estonian team

Feminism is a fairly misunderstood concept amongst young people. By definition, feminism is concerned with women’s rights to equal opportunities and dismantling the patriarchal system in masculine societies…





Bridging the Digital Gap: Navigating Access to Technology Among Egyptian Youth

written by Tarek Soliman, Egypt

In the bustling streets and neighborhoods of Egypt, a digital divide silently echoes through the lives of the youth. As technology becomes increasingly intertwined with education and economic opportunities, the disparities in access to digital tools and the internet pose significant challenges for many young Egyptians.



Budgets for the exercise of a higher value and the potentiality of acting with each other

written by Christian Nicolas Roig González, Paraguay

The lost navigator on the island where he was shipwrecked, as long as his only company is the projection of his own shadow, has no power, he only acquires power when the other participates in his adventures. On the surface, it is possible to conclude that when others enter the scene, the possibility of exercising power is born, however there are more nuances that must be taken into account…



MediActive Youth Project
website created

INFO, CDER

As part of the “Transcontinental MEDIActive Youth: Africa on Board” project coordinated by CDER, a special website dedicated to media literacy and media activism of young people was created: https://mediactiveyouth.org The overall project objective is to build the capacity of youth organizations, youth workers and young people, and to develop new educational online resources in… Continue reading MediActive Youth Project
website created



Navigating the Mental Health Landscape for Youth in North Macedonia:
Challenges and Pathways to Support

written by CID, North Macedonia

In North Macedonia, the landscape of mental health among young people reflects a dynamic interplay of societal, economic, and individual factors. While the country boasts cultural richness and historical significance, the challenges surrounding youth mental health persist, demanding comprehensive attention and proactive measures to support the well-being of its younger generation.





Raising the creativity of children through art

written by MS DJAOUAHIR DJELAILI, Algeria

Understanding creativity in children is a multi-faceted exploration that underpins their holistic development. In the context of child development, creativity can be defined as the innate ability to generate novel ideas, thoughts, and expressions, often transcending conventional boundaries. It encompasses various dimensions, including imaginative thinking, problem-solving prowess, and the aptitude for self-expression.





For women’s right to abortion

written by Ksenija Petrović, Serbia

In 2021 a young Polish woman, Izabela, was admitted to the hospital due to pregnancy complications. Her fetus had many problems and disorders and could not survive. But doctors were hesitant to operate on her because of a new law in Poland that bans abortion except in cases of incest and rape. Isabella’s condition worsened. She texted her mother: “my temperature is rising, I don’t think they will operate on me until the fetus’s heart is beating, and by then I could get sepsis.” She died a few hours later.





Empowering Youth: Navigating European Policies with Youth Wiki

written by Dragan Mitić, Serbia

In an era dominated by digital information, the Youth Wiki emerges as a groundbreaking platform that sheds light on the intricacies of European countries’ youth policies. Developed to empower young individuals with knowledge and insights, Youth Wiki is a digital compass navigating the complex landscape of European youth initiatives and policies. Let’s embark on a… Continue reading Empowering Youth: Navigating European Policies with Youth Wiki