Events and Trainings

Call for Participants “The shelter we seek – A critical reflection on church as safer space”

The call for our event is out and you can apply now! Check out all the details on our event page and apply to be part of our event before 17 March 11:59 CET. We look forward to your application and to being part of the task of creating safer spaces in youth work and the church. Read on →

23.02.2024 | Steven Edwards | Events and Trainings, EYCE News

We need YOU! Be part of our International Planning Team

Next year we will hold an event with the title: The shelter we seek – a critical reflection on church as safer space. What hurtful experiences did churches cause? How do we want to deal with them? Those are questions we want to tackle.  For now, we are accepting applications for five team members who will be responsible for creating and leading the event. The event welcomes 20 participants from diverse backgrounds. The location will […] Read on →

17.09.2023 | Steven Edwards | Events and Trainings, EYCE News

Online Worship March 22nd

Borders are closing and worship services are being suspended all over Europe because of the developing CoVid19 situation. That doesn’t mean that we can’t connect across borders and worship together. Join us for our Web Worship this coming Sunday, at 4.30 pm on zoom.

It is a non-traditional, interactive worship service that you can participate in from your living room while protecting your neighbors by being in isolation.

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20.03.2020 | Hannah Weber | Events and Trainings, EYCE News

First EYCE Alumni Meeting

Dear EYCE Alumnis, I hope you had a great summer and your calender for autumn isn’t that full yet. Because there is the 1st EYCE Alumni Meeting coming up from the 23rd to the 25th October and I want to invite you to join us for a great gathering in Helsinki, Finland. There will be an official part on Saturday including a meeting with the current Executive Committee and a ecumenical evening prayer in Helsinki […] Read on →

14.09.2015 | Lisa Schneider | Events and Trainings, EYCE News

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

Food, Land and Water. A training course to promote fair distribution of natural resources in the framework of ecological justice.

The EYCE training course “Food, Land and Water” was held in Dresden, Germany, from the 26th of October – 2nd of November 2014. The venue, fittingly to the theme, was a YMCA Youth Ship located by the river Elbe. The training course brought together young people interested and educated in environmental topics in order to offer new insights and give a chance to share their knowledge and to learn from the experiences of others. The […] Read on →

04.11.2014 | Kristine Jansone | Events and Trainings, EYCE News

Join EYCE training course “Food, Land and Water” in Dresden!!

DID YOU KNOW? – In 2012 1/8 of the world’s population did not have access to clean water. – 1.3 billion tons of food is thrown away worldwide every year. That’s 1/3 of the overall food produced in the world. – Every year 24 billion tons of fertile soil disappears due to desertification.   Thousands of young people get up every morning, knowing about these issues. They can make a difference. You can be one […] Read on →

04.09.2014 | Kristine Jansone | Calendar, Campaign to Promote Ecological Justice, Events and Trainings, EYCE News

Join the International Planning Committee for “Food, Land and Water”

From the years 2011 – 2013 EYCE has been running an Campaign to Promote Ecological Justice, which has been addressing issues of ecological justice from various aspects – theological, socio-economic and political, through analysing the links between ecology politics and economics, as well as regarding ecological justice as crucial element of Human Rights.   EYCE feels the need to follow-up this campaign and link it to the new EYCE’s Campaign to Overcome Poverty “Break the […] Read on →

13.06.2014 | Kristine Jansone | Calendar, Events and Trainings, EYCE News

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