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EuroEst Youth Foundation – Romania is a non-governmental and non-profit organization, founded on March 1997 in order to promote the social, cultural and artistic interests of the young people. EuroEst goals

To encourage the participation of young people in the cultural life of their society by organizing cultural events, promoting the young talented people in different fields of activity, establishing documentary relations with similar institutions from Romania and abroad;
To promote among young people the civic and democratic ideas and the projects worked out by them regarding the European integration;
To realize educational programs for young people and to stimulate their associative life;
To organize sporting and entertainment activities;
To create/share a data bank of the associative movement in our country and Europe which will enable the information exchange among teenagers;
To help by logistic support the advertising activities regarding youth events;
To initiate an “Journalism Centre for Youth” in order to stimulate the communication between young people, between youth organizations and to draw the businessman community into young people’s interests, to promote youth activities in mass-media, to publish an information revue for young readers;
To organize symposiums, round tables, seminars, conferences, training for social and professional orientation and any other connected activities in out country and abroad with other foundations, organizations or any other institutions which have the same goals;

Associated Member

A jfc Medienzentrum project

with national and international partners in the framework of the international ROOTS&ROUTES network.

Funded in the framework of the programme „VIELFALT TUT GUT. Youth for Diversity, Tolerance and Democracy" of the German Federal Ministry for Familiy Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth

And by the Northrhine-Westfalian youth ministry (MFKJKS NRW)

And by the City of Cologne

Until May 2008, the project was additionally funded by the EU-Programme CULTURE 2000