17 – 19 Octo­ber 2014 the most dili­gent Youth Time (YT) activists nom­i­nated by the YT Pres­i­dent to be an exclu­sive rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the move­ment in their region gath­ered together in Bor­deaux (France) to take part in the first Youth Time Ambas­sador Meet­ing. The main goal of the event was to dis­cuss how YT changed since the moment it was founded and elab­o­rate the plans of the fur­ther devel­op­ment of the movement.

Happy Grandma

Happy Granma project inspired by Renu Shakya (Nepal) and sup­ported by Loescher Fam­ily has got off to a good start.

Published in Winners
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 00:00

RYF 2014: Prakhar Bhar­tiya

ONUS — A Lead­er­ship Pro­gram

A Lead­er­ship Pro­gram “ONUS” is aimed to trans­form uni­ver­si­ties into a breed­ing ground for empa­thetic lead­ers who apply their Head, Heart and Hands to effec­tively drive change.

Published in Winners
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 00:00

RYF 2014: Urban Jaksa

Train of Friendship

The aim of the project is to improve rela­tions between the EU and Rus­sia on the level of peo­ple (civil soci­ety) by engag­ing in inter­cul­tural dia­logue, break­ing stereo­types about our respec­tive cul­tures and learn­ing about each other’s way of life in order to pro­mote peace, dia­logue and friend­ship between our respec­tive nations.

Published in Winners
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 00:00

RYF 2014: Nada Berrada

Studen’Trip

Studen’Trip is a social ven­ture that orga­nizes trips for Moroc­can Uni­ver­sity Stu­dents aged between 18 – 25 years old who want to help the com­mu­nity in Moroc­can rural areas. The indus­try of tourism in Morocco is grow­ing and becom­ing more and more attrac­tive. “Studen’Trip” ser­vice will allow stu­dents to do com­mu­nity work and con­nect them with peo­ple in need who live in the Moroc­can rural areas. Studen’Trip is a social ven­ture but it is also a busi­ness that aims to gain profit in order to keep the busi­ness and the social impact sustainable.

Published in Winners
Wednesday, 22 January 2014 00:00

The words of grat­i­tude

Dear friends!

Orga­niz­ing a mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary youth forum is a great chal­lenge which requires many efforts and we are lucky that we have an inter­na­tional group of young and bright mod­er­a­tors who have helped us to hold the work­shops and joint ses­sions. We would like to thank each of them in per­son. They invested their time and per­sonal involve­ment into the devel­op­ment of diverse work­shops and ses­sions from scratch to their final stage.

Published in Rhodes Forum 2014
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