YEE is happy to present the booklet "Inclusion in environmental youth projects - guide for youth organisations". This publication was developed as a follow-up of the training course "YEE-nclude". It not only aims to help youth workers, youth and environmental organisations to understand the topic of inclusion better, but it also suggests some practical ideas for making projects and activities more inclusive. The booklet includes several chapters, starting from a theoretical approach and moving towards more practical sections, with tips, interviews and good practices.

Read the booklet here.

YEE and BALTA DABA are happy to invite all interested young people to join the international competition “Environmental challenge accepted”.

Join this competition if you are an active young person who cares about environmental preservation! If you organise an environmental project or action in the last 5 years, you are invited to submit your entry!

Youth and Environment Europe is looking for a trainer for the training course “Uniting Youth for Ecotourism”. YEE would like to find ways to empower young Europeans to feel more responsible for their homes and communities and to have sufficient competences to promote ecotourism and protect their homeland.

We are looking for a trainer with specific knowledge, skills and experience in the field of youth participation and environmental youth work.  The trainer will work in a team with another trainer and project team.

The Summer edition of YEE e-Newsletter is ready! It is filled with exciting news from our member organisations: they were busy with river protection actions, helping the bees, greening up cities and much more. YEE has plenty of news to share as well! Read below about some changes in our office, preparations for the Annual Meeting, youth exchange “Postcards from Nature” and summary of the campaign “Right to Be(e)”. We also invite you to take part in the survey about our website and a new photo competition from Office Cuisine!

You can find the new issue here.

Hi to everyone,

I am Oguz from Turkey, the new intern of YEE. Now I am a senior student in the department of economics and will be graduating after the summer. Because of my father’s job (he was a colonel) we were moving a lot in Turkey but finally settled in Ankara.

In the last two and half years, my life and the things what I do have been changing in a different way. Being a participant in some youth exchanges, doing an internship abroad, working and earning my own money, helped me to discover myself and to realize what I am living for in this life. These experiences were full of people, memories, conversations and of course understanding how amazing cultural diversity is.