Young people create a vision of inclusive society

“I feel more empowered after the training course, as a result of having to play so many roles of the excluded people” says Nite Pallaska, participant in the seminar “From Vision to Reality!”. From 22nd to 29th of March 2015, 17 young people from different cultural, religious and geographic backgrounds gathered for the seminar “From Vision to Reality: Young people developing models of inclusive participation”, which took place in AGAPE Svaty Jur, Slovakia. It was […] Read on →

02.04.2015 | Kristine Jansone | Events and Trainings, EYCE News, EYCE Press Releases

Break the Chains! Capacity building for local promoters to address issues of poverty on a local level

We would like to invite you and young people from your organisation for the upcoming capacity building training “Break the Chains!” to be held in Prague, Czech Republic from 15th – 17th of May 2015.   After the successful training held in Romania in 2014, it has been decided to dedicate more time also in 2015 to introduce the campaign to the Member Organisations and enable them to implement campaign activities in their own contexts. […] Read on →

27.03.2015 | Kristine Jansone | EYCE News

United we work!

  Today we want to offer you another great opportunity to participate in an ecumenical project and experience ecumenical spirit in a very practical setting – through the work camps offered by Ecumenical Youth Services!   Ecumenical Youth Services is an international volunteer program in Germany. EYS was founded in the 1950s in the GDR and is now administered by the Office for Evangelical Children and Youth Work in Berlin-Brandenburg-schlesische Oberlausitz.   The work camps […] Read on →

04.02.2015 | Kristine Jansone | EYCE News

CALL FOR ARTICLES: 2nd issue of the on-line magazine “See. Act. Change.”

For inspiration you can take a look at the first issue of “See. Act. Change.” here. Read on →

04.02.2015 | Kristine Jansone | EYCE News

EXTENDED DEADLINE: training course “From Vision to Reality!” in Bratislava!

DID YOU KNOW? In 2012, one in four persons in Europe were at risk of poverty and social exclusion. That’s 124.8 million Europeans. Economic indicators only partly explain this situation. There are strong links between social exclusion and crime as well as drug addiction and health issues. Worryingly, children experience the deepest levels of social exclusion.   In today’s society, young people want to learn more about these issues, and more importantly, they can make a difference. You can be […] Read on →

28.01.2015 | Kristine Jansone | EYCE News

First issue of “SEE. ACT. CHANGE.” is out! Enjoy reading!

It is with great pleasure that we introduce you to “See. Act. Change”, the magazine of EYCE’s Campaign to Overcome Poverty “Break the Chains!”. In the magazine you will find an introduction to the campaign, articles about Scotland’s Poverty Truth Commission, child poverty as well as a report about the Campaign Coordination Team’s local visits in Hungary, Moldova and Romania. All this and much more can be found inside the magazine. The CCT wishes you […] Read on →

21.01.2015 | Kristine Jansone | EYCE News

Sharewich Day is back. And it is BIGGER!

                      Sharewich day is back!! We, the members of the Coordination Team of EYCE’s Campaign to Overcome Poverty “Break the Chains!” are so passionate about the concept of Sharewich Day that we have decided to bring it back, and make it BIGGER! On 16th and 17th October 2014 we had the first ever Sharewich Day. The idea is simple, all we ask is that you […] Read on →

15.01.2015 | Kristine Jansone | EYCE News

EYCE wishes you a blessed Christmas!

“she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger” Luke 2:7   Greetings Members, partners of EYCE and Friends,   Advent is a time for preparation and reflection, a time of love and joy. A time of remembering the baby boy, born with nothing but a manger to lay his head. A beautiful, bouncing baby, born with no real bed. As we think about the […] Read on →

19.12.2014 | Kristine Jansone | EYCE News

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