Institute of intergenerational reciprocity (ZMV) is a private institution which purpose is to aware young people of environmental problems, their solutions, and promote the use of green technologies. The Institute fulfils its objectives through a series of workshops that also combine the younger and elderly generation. The Institute organizes a number of interactive and themed events. In its work main focus is paid on cooperation with other related NGOs.
The Institute has in the year 2013 enhance his cooperation from the non-governmental organization to cooperation whit governmental organizations, particularly in the regional area, where it became one of the main reference NGO in the field of environmental protection. This year the Institute has paid special attention in the cooperation of experts of environmental protection with entrepreneurs that use green technologies in their working process. On the base of their good practices we want to stimulate other entrepreneurs to make their work process more environmentally aware. The associates of the Institute of intergenerational reciprocity help them whit advice on how to get the financial resources provided for this purpose from European Union.
The aim of the Institute is to became the main reference point of green technologies and processes in the region and the connection between governmental and non-government organization. Therefor we educate our members on seminars in Slovenia and abroad, so we can be competent in consulting to companies and others that want to implement environmentally friendly business processes. In the last year a strong emphasis has been given that our member gain experience in green tourism. We are planning that green tourism will in the following years become the most important point of our Institute on the field of environmental protection. In the last three years we carried out three Youth Exchanges and one partnership building activity (PBA) on the topic of green entrepreneurship.
Act Global is an international organisation based in the United Kingdom and Indonesia that was established in 2012. Our team is made up of support staff, logistics coordinators, contracted trainers and volunteers, all working to support our non-formal education projects and programmes.
Our organisation mainly focuses around three thematic areas: youth empowerment, poverty reduction and social cohesion. However, in essence Act Global is a peace building programme aimed at developing positive cultural relations between people and nations.
We develop and deliver international projects for young people and organisations working with young people, whilst also working closely with our various partners made up of NGOs, Educational institutions, charities and businesses and other funding bodies.
We believe that young people grow best through access to a global education, contact with people from different cultures and being exposed to new positive educational experiences. It’s also our hope that by supporting the development of global citizens, we can foster a more peaceful, sustainable and prosperous world.
APDENA is a non-governmental, non-profit and legally established organization composed mostly of young people under the age of 30. APDENA strives to promote the rights of children and adolescents, taking into account the different views of each of them. To this end, APDENA offers useful life tools that connect information and technology elements, develop civic workshops and training (employment and job retention strategies), and promote employability and education.
Our vision is to promote and defend the rights of children and young people so that they can be recognized as subjects of rights and be conscious citizens and social activists.
Our mission is to develop, share and connect projects whose ultimate goal is the promotion of families, the basic cells of society, the creation of new forms of social governance that promote institutional networks for work in the territory, unemployment and abandonment.
Y-PEER Nepal was officially launched on 3rd December 2010 and Y-PEER Nepal (Youth Peer Education Association Nepal) on 4th August 2014 among its member organizations, I/NGOs, UN agencies, media, young people and potential partners with the objective to broadcast the significance of Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal through different capacity development program and advocacy campaigns at the local as well as National level. It was established with the support from UNFPA CO. Y-PEER Nepal has more than 1000 Volunteers in all Districts in Nepal and 300 Members around the Country. Y-PEER Nepal has more focused in the capacity development of the youth.
Y-PEER Nepal is member of The Youth Peer Education Network which is a comprehensive youth-to-youth initiative. Connecting thousands of young people, Y-PEER aims to promote healthy lifestyles and to empower young people at different levels through peer to peer approach. Y-PEER was created by UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund) in partnership with UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund).
Y-PEER was launched in 1999 and established in 2011 by UNFPA as a network of organizations and institutions, working in the field of Sexual and Reproductive health and has branches in more than 50 countries throughout the world. Y-PEER was established to support, provide information and train young people on the number of issues, in particular sexual and reproductive health and rights issues.
“What we’ve done with Y-PEER is to go beyond ad hoc activities to create a coordinated social movement,” said Dr. Aleksandar Bodiroza, who manages the Y-PEER programme for UNFPA. “We’re taking activities and techniques that have been developed at the community level and bringing them up to scale, using both the Internet and linkages with the mass media.”
Associacao Academica de Cambra is a non-profit association.
AAC is an organization for young people that implements activities with young people in our region. We also have a space for young people interested in carrying out activities with even younger people, in order to develop their lives and to help their social integration.
One of the main goals of our association is to offer a space of demonstration to young people in order to avoid the appearance of anti-social behavior.
Our organization is integrated into the Portuguese Youth Institute.
We are members of:
- RNAJ Youth Association – Registration National Youth Associations Places, FAJDA – Federation of Youth
- Associations of the District of Aveiro, and
- FNAJ – National Federation of Youth Associations.
The Association aims to develop cooperation and solidarity among its members, based on the realization of initiatives on the issue of youth and also promote the study, research and dissemination of news related to Youth cooperating with all public and private entities seeking to social integration and the development of policies appropriate to their condition.
Key objectives of the Academic Association of Cambra are:
– Promote the development of the traditions of our region;
– Promoting academic traditions in our region, since the students are quite County in higher education;
– Promote and develop activities for the whole population, especially for the youth;
– Collaborate with other Institutions and / or entities for the good of society;
– Promoting exchanges with associations from other regions of the country and abroad;
– Advancing the Municipality of Vale de Cambra
iLearn Foundation of Ghana is a registered non-governmental organization in Ghana in the year 2014. The brain behind the formation of the foundation was necessitated by the insufficient allocation of government resources in the country and also the economic hardship that confronts parents, guidance and families. The foundation aims at being an aide for youth by facilitating various formal and informal programs which will make the world a better place for youth.
Activities such as;
1. To provide opportunities to those students who have talent but are deprived of quality education only due to financial issues.
2. To contribute for a noble cause
3. To spread education without any discrimination and prejudice
4. To build ICT centre and Vocational Training School for street children, school dropouts, Youths, etc.
5. To offer youth volunteering in teaching, Health Education, building of school blocks, Agriculture, HIV/AIDS Awareness, Camping, etc.
6. Youth Development through entrepreneurship, Youth in Skills training, Gender Equality Advocates, and Inculcating Volunteering spirit in the Youth of the Society.