YouthNetworks blog released
We are pleased to tell you YouthNetworks has launched a blog for youth organizations and their youngsters interested in International projects and activities. In this newsletter we will give you more information about the new blog and its highlights. Are you curious to see the blog? Check out:!

Help to improve the YouthNetworks blog
We just started the blog, so it's still in it's building phase. The YouthNetworks-team is working hard to create an informative and fun blog for you all. However we need your help! We request to share your ideas, suggestions and creative contributions to inspire us to improve the blog. Beside that we also call for comments on the posts to make the blog interactive. Another way to help making a success of the blog is to create a link on your homepage to We appreciate your efforts en help!

Young volunteers all over the world are celebrating the International Day of the Volunteer under the theme "Volunteer for our Planet - how volunteers are trying to combat climate change" on 5th December 2009.

Dear Friends and Partners,

I would like to announce that CEHAPE Health and Environment blog for Youth has been launched. The main aim of the blog consists of providinginformation about healthand environment issues, news, projects and also photos and videosabout youth from across the European wide region.


Dear friends, we invite you to spread information about our contest SCRIPTAMANENT!

Ask your volunteers to write about their EVS experience and they can win 300 euro!

Rules and sheet of registration are now available in English, French and Spanish!!

Thank you for your help

Best regards

Lucia Creanza

Sara Svensson, former Vice-chairperson and Projects officer of YEE, on 6th of November started a hunger strike in a protest against the passivity of the goverments in the fight agains the climate change. She wants to urge world leaders to take serious and urgent action to solve the climate crisis and demands an ambitious, fair and legally binding climate treaty at Copenhagen Climate Summit.

She made this announcement at a press conference during the last meeting in Barcelona, Spain (UNFCCC Barcelona Climate Change Talks 2009), where the representants of the goverments meet in order to reach an agreement for the COP 15.

"Climate change is the defining issue for my generation. Previous generations did not understand the problem, and for future generations it will be too late to do something about it. It is up to us.

I'm undertaking this fast out of love. Love for life, for our beautiful planet with all its species and future generations. There's nothing more important I can do in my life than to contribute in the strongest possible way, with full devotion, to set an end to climate change and injustice and be part of the movement that will lead us to a sustainable future." said Sara.