We, the inter­na­tional ini­tia­tive group of “Youth Time” move­ment, com­ing from dif­fer­ent coun­tries of the world, gath­ered in Prague on 11th Decem­ber 2010, declare the fol­low­ing:

The young gen­er­a­tion is the proac­tive part of the global soci­ety. We, the young peo­ple, are inter­ested in plan­ning and shap­ing our own future as well as the future of next gen­er­a­tions.

Sol­i­dar­ity of young gen­er­a­tions should offer alter­na­tives to the global neg­a­tive ten­dency of self­ish­ness and con­sumerism, which leads to atom­iza­tion of soci­eties.



Being part of our soci­eties, we sup­port the fol­low­ing values:

  • equality;
  • solidarity;
  • harmony;
  • civic participation;
  • community involvement;
  • sustainability;
  • security;
  • responsibility;
  • respect for family;
  • traditions and heritage of the past;
  • spirituality;
  • active approach for the future;
  • intercultural and intergenerational dialogue;
  • peace;
  • synergy;
  • leading by example.



There­fore, we define our pri­or­i­ties as follows:

  • to cre­ate a plat­form for pro­mo­tion of the “Youth Time” move­ment, its val­ues and prin­ci­ples as stated above
  • to pro­mote aware­ness among the youth con­cern­ing global challenges
  • to encour­age active, open and equal dia­logue among youth worldwide
  • to facil­i­tate the process of shar­ing knowl­edge, expe­ri­ence and val­ues between generations
  • to pre­serve national and cul­tural iden­tity while valu­ing unity and diversity
  • to engage the rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the youth actively involved in the pri­vate, pub­lic and civil soci­ety sec­tors to pro­mote the val­ues and prin­ci­ples of the “Youth Time” movement
  • to invite rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the pri­vate and pub­lic sec­tors to sup­port the “Youth Time” movement
  • to estab­lish and develop com­mu­ni­ca­tion and coop­er­a­tion between the “Youth Time” move­ment and fel­low organizations

Hereby, the ini­tia­tive group declares the foun­da­tion of the “Youth Time” move­ment with its orga­ni­za­tional struc­ture to be reg­is­tered in Czech Republic.


Prague, 11th Decem­ber 2010





Membership Registration:

Level Responsbilities Priviledges Application Procedure
TEAM Be an active member of the YT community – Take the initiative in the framework of YT – Can be involved in providing informational and content support Priority participation in YT events during the current year, except Rhodes Youth Forum – Most active representative can upgrade his status to a Silver* member (after the first 6 months of active collaboration with YT) – Subscriptions of YT magazine for 6 months (* Necessary to pay differences between statuses in case if you want upload next level of membership) Membership fee – 100 EUR per year
SILVER Can be involved in providing informational and content support – Be an active member of the YT community – Take the initiative in the framework of YT Priority participation in one of own YT projects or in an event organized by YT in partnership with other organizations of the current year – Publication in the magazine / digest – Subscriptions of YT magazine for one year – Most active representative can upgrade his status to a Golden* member (after the first 6 months of active collaboration with YT) – Opportunity to get individual travel grant in case one participates in events arranged by Youth Time or its partners** (* Necessary to pay differences between statuses in case if you want upload next level of membership – (** Individual travel grant can be obtained only once per year and its amount can not exceed 350 EUR or 50% of travel expenses fee €200 per year) Membership fee – 200 EUR per year
GOLD Be an active member of the YT community – Take the initiative in the framework of YT – Can be involved in providing informational and content support – Can be selected as a moderator of YT events Priority participation in Rhodes Youth Forum – Guaranteed participation in one of own YT projects or in an event organized by YT in partnership with other organizations of the current year – Publication in the magazine / digest – Subscriptions of YT magazine for 1 year – The most striking representative may join the advisory group or become advisory – Exemption from payment of the conference fee at the events arranged by YT Membership fee – 250 EUR per year
ADVISORY GROUP Participation in regional events and promotion of YT and its values – Coordination of projects Initiation and preparation of roundtable discussions, seminars, workshops in the framework of the activities program of YT movement – Coordination of the group of moderators – Taking part in YT activities – Publication in the magazine/digest – The opportunity to participate Rhodes Youth Forum – No conference fees at the events arranged by YT – Travel expenses covered by YT at the events arranged by YT No fee. Appointed by the president or ambassadors committee of the Youth Time Movement
AMBASSADOR Participation in regional events and promotion of YT and its values – Searching for possible partners, supporters and friends for YT – Distribution of the YT magazine in his region "Deliberative body" powers – Opportunity to participate in the annual meeting of the coordinating committee of YT ambassadors – Initiation and preparation of roundtable discussions, seminars, workshops in the framework of the activities program of YT movement – Involvement in the development of themes and scientific programs of YT – Taking part in YT activities – Opportunity to be the official representative of YT at events supported by YT or interesting for development of YT – To be an exclusive representative of YT in your region –Shipping costs covered by funds of YT – No conference fees at the events arranged by YT No fee. Applicant have to be a member who involved in YT activities more than two years. He/she should submit a proposal which is to be considered by the president of the Youth Time Movement


All the reg­is­tered mem­bers are guar­an­teed to get:

  • Name cards in accor­dance with their status
  • Youth Time online info letter
  • Visa sup­port when trav­el­ing in the inter­ests of YT

Mem­ber­ship Reg­is­tra­tion Procedure:

  • Fill in Mem­ber­ship form and email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the subject 'membership'

Inter­nal rules of Youth Time membership:

  • Com­ply with the Man­i­festo of the Youth Time (Organization);
  • Share the val­ues of the Organization;
  • Per­form and fol­low the inter­nal doc­u­ments of the Organization;
  • Par­tic­i­pate in the activ­i­ties of the Orga­ni­za­tion; help address the chal­lenges fac­ing the Organization;
  • Timely pay­ment of mem­ber­ship fees;
  • Reg­u­larly pro­vide a sum­mary (includ­ing pho­tos) on the results of activ­i­ties in the region if the activ­ity is asso­ci­ated with the con­cerns and inter­ests of the Orga­ni­za­tion (with the pos­si­bil­ity of fur­ther pub­li­ca­tion of any content);
  • Assis­tance and coop­er­a­tion with the Orga­ni­za­tion is free of charge except in cases where busi­ness oblig­a­tions pre­clude this;
  • Enhance the effi­ciency of the Orga­ni­za­tion by activ­i­ties performed;
  • In car­ry­ing out own activ­i­ties take into account deci­sions of the Gen­eral Meet­ing and the rec­om­men­da­tions of the Board of the Organization;
  • Oper­ate accord­ing to the prin­ci­ples of respect for mem­bers, of human decency, pre­vent­ing the abuse of belong­ing to the Organization;
  • Com­ply with the prin­ci­ples adopted by the Orga­ni­za­tion con­cern­ing the behav­ior with both the mem­bers of the Orga­ni­za­tion and third parties;
  • Do not take any actions that vio­late the Char­ter of the Orga­ni­za­tion, friendly rela­tions ethics as well as actions that can cause mate­r­ial and other damage;
  • Refrain from activ­ity which con­tra­dicts pur­poses and objec­tives enshrined by the Organization.

With­drawal & Expul­sion procedure:


A mem­ber can with­draw from mem­ber­ship any time.

  • A mem­ber wish­ing to with­draw is kindly advised to con­tact YT to inform his/​her inten­tion and receive the form “Notice of With­drawal” from YT.
  • A mem­ber who with­drew from YT mem­ber­ship will no longer get spe­cial assis­tance from YT but remains being a mem­ber of YT community.
  • A mem­ber is also regarded as with­drawn if annual mem­ber­ship fee is in arrear and is still arrear after the end of fis­cal year passed in dis­re­gard of reminders.


If either of the fol­low­ing sit­u­a­tions occurs, the Youth Time may adopt a res­o­lu­tion on the expul­sion of the member.

  • The mem­ber vio­lated any arti­cle of the Inter­nal rules (see above)
  • The mem­ber defamed Youth Time or com­mit­ted an act against the pur­pose of Youth Time Inter­na­tional Movement.

The mem­ber expulsed will receive a notice of expulsion.

A mem­ber who for­feited a mem­ber­ship is no longer allowed to take part in events arranged by Youth Time or rep­re­sent its inter­ests within other pub­lic initiatives.

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Past Events

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Date and place: October 28-31, 2015, Barcelona, Spain.

Participants: around 100 young people from all parts of the world.

Theme: The New Era of Employment and Education: Solutions for Change

Result: During the forum, youth from all over the world presented 16 projects. Only the best were honored with four awards: a realization grant for the best project, two fully-paid scholarships to the Anglo-American University in Prague, Czech Republic, and a six-month-long paid internship at the IES consulting company in Barcelona.

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Date and place: June 18-22, 2015, Hamburg, Germany.

Participants: 30 most active young people from different countries.

Theme: Cri­sis and Soci­ety: Issues of Management

Result: Participants are equipped with the nec­es­sary skills to build col­lec­tive forms of think­ing, and they had the oppor­tu­nity to study key approaches to pub­lic diplo­macy, con­flict res­o­lu­tion, social inte­gra­tion, and stereo­type elimination. They were encour­aged to think beyond their reg­u­lar daily rea­son­ing in order to take context-sensitive actions in response to social crises and con­flicts. More pre­cisely, they took part in var­i­ous work­shops and train­ing ses­sions that included team-building inter­ac­tive activ­i­ties, col­lab­o­ra­tive par­tic­i­pa­tion and feed­back exchange, They had the opportunity to broaden their knowl­edge of nego­ti­at­ing skills and stress man­age­ment, two essen­tial top­ics that are press­ing issues in our fast-paced world.

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Date and place:  October 17-19, 2014, Bordeaux, France.

Par­tic­i­pants: 8 Youth Time Ambassadors from different countries+7 special guests.

Theme: The First Youth Time Ambassadors meeting.

Result:  Participants defined the features of YT and its specific place in the world of NGOs. They were agreed that YT is a dynamic youth-led initiative that empowers, engages and inspires young people from around the world in a powerful and innovative way. As work output there was provided a short definition of YT: “An international NGO founded by active young people to provide unique opportunities for youth to shape their future, independent of any political or governmental influence”.

Having discussed ambassador’s special responsibilities and privileges participants defined their concrete personal impact and possible partners that can be attracted to develop YT activities in different countries.
After summing up the results ambassadors were given specific tasks to be complete before
deadlines in the nearest months.

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Date and place:  September 25-29, 2014, Rhodes, Greece

Par­tic­i­pants: over 100 participants from 43 countries

Theme: Positive participation of young people in the life of society: from individual initiatives to collective cooperation.

Result:  This year the forum has become a platform for presentations in three different spheres: Youth Diplomacy and International Relations, Modern Learning Environment and Social Entrepreneurship. The winners from India, Morocco, Nepal and Slovenia will implement their projects in 2015. Interview and Q&A sessions have let participants to ask specific questions and get straight answers from honorable guests, CEOs and experts in business, marketing, international relations, information warfare and social entrepreneurship. During the Global Roadmap of Youth Initiatives 2021: Occupation of the Future participants had a chance to build a picture of the nearest future and set long-term goals. Joint Session with WPF “Dialogue of Civilizations”: Collective Memory: How to avoid the future conflicts?” has opened an intergenerational dialogue. All the participants with the help of young facilitators have shared their views on the past conflicts focusing on the results of the I World War. Working together both youth and elder generation have analysed negative and positive scenarios of the world development and designed a detailed proposal on how to avoid possible conflicts in future.

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Date and place:  June 20-24, 2014, Siena, Italy

Par­tic­i­pants: 15 active mem­bers of the YT Movement + 15 newcomers

Theme/Goal: Work. Life. Balance. Test/Taste your life! The goal was to study current trends, acquire knowledge and develop skills to manage time for work and life and strike the balance among various life spheres.

Result: In the “Work” part of the School participants learnt how to perform successful public speeches and presentations. In the “Life” part they discovered the basic secrets of the art of interview and improved their “hear-and-listen” and time management skills. On the third, so-called “Balance” day, participants will also had a chance to conduct their own workshops and hold a roundtable discussion on the topic “Work and Life Integration. How to be a Human Being”.

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Date and place: November 25 – 28, 2013, Paris, France

Participants: More than 50 young researchers, teachers, representatives of institutions, NGO and business, media–professionals and young community leaders from 23 countries.

Theme/Goal: To expand the youth’s possibilities to play a constructive role in changing the educational paradigm; to unite young people from different countries and open the dialogue on problems and hassles which faces the education nowadays; to define basic requirements from different stakeholders of education and to introduce young leaders as an active part in co-designing the education of the future.

Result: As the outcome of the Forum participants issued the Paris Youth Declaration "New Paradigm of Education" where the youth vision of education presented.

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Date and place: September 28  – October 1, 2013, Rhodes, Greece

Participants: More than 100 young activists, experts, and guests from 46 countries

Theme/Goal: Modern Youth Society: How to Build and Be In­volved? / To discuss various issues that affect the future (digitiza­tion and other transformations of the modern society, challenges in intercultural and international relations, the role of young peo­ple in the society) and find joint fresh solutions.

Result: Four of sixty presented during RYF 2013 projects were awarded with financial grants. Young leaders from all over the world shared their personal intellectual efforts to prepare the “World Roadmap of Youth Initiatives 2021”, which summed up fo­rum discussions, and the Youth Declaration on Education.

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Date and place: July 21 – 25, 2013, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Participants: 30 active members of the YT Movement

Theme/Goal: To train new skills and invoke knowledge of YT activ­ists in aspects of the social work, such as: creation and promotion of NGOs, fundraising, networking and social entrepreneurship.

Result: YT members developed their skills in the field of social work and got basis to develop quality of imple­mentation of their own projects as well as projects of the movement.

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Date and place: September 28 – October 1, 2012, Rhodes, Greece.

Participants: 126 people, among them: 88 young activists from countries, experts, VIP guests,  journalists and members of the media team.

Theme/Goal: This year the format of the forum was changed. It became more strategic and had practical approach. YT gave a chance to young activists to present their projects in 4 fields: Edu­cation and Employment, Intercultural Projects, Media and Social Projects, Improving the Quality of Life.

Result: The preference was given to the most outstanding and socially significant projects. The winner projects from Lebanon, Nepal, Russia, Zambia, India contained proposals for establishing Youth Resource, implementing peaceful journalism, conducting games to raise social awareness of ecological issues, creation of a clothes bank.

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Date and place: 15 – 19 of July 2012, Štiřín, Czech Republic .

Participants: 30 active members of the YT Movement.

Theme/Goal: To train YT activist’s skills in such areas as organizing youth conferences, high level discussions, and social projects.

Result: A team of professionals is formed to carry out and imple­ment YT projects.

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Date and place: March 29 – April 1, 2012, New Delhi, India.

Participants: 232 young activists, experts, VIP guests from 39 countries and students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi).

Theme: Country and Society of My Dreams.

Goal: Develop new general models of the new society of the XXI century.

Result: A global project “The World of My Dream” helps to create and visualise an image with ideal countries.

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Date and place: 10 – 14 of October 2011, Rhodes, Greece.

Participants: More than 150 young enthusiastic people from 50 countries.

Theme: Range of possibilities for the future of young people.

Goal: Joint search for development scenarios of the future.

Result: Creation of 12 positive scenarios of the development of the future.

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Date and place: 15 – 21 of July 2011, Altai, Russia.

Participants: 50 active members of the Youth Time Movement.

Theme/Goal: Teaching members of the movement practical skills in the creation and implementation of youth projects.

Result: Creation of the Youth Time asset, which takes part in the realization of a majority of the movement’s projects.

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Date: April 2011

Participants: More than 400 young designers and journalists from 14 countries.

Theme: Space and the Future of Mankind.

Goal: Attract the youth to designing the future of civilization, taking into account development of the technological progress.

Result: 17 authors of the best articles and design works were awarded the grand prize – a trip to the launch site “Baikonur” (Kazakhstan).

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Date and place: 3 – 6 of October 2010, Rhodes, Greece.

Participants: 150 young activists from 34 countries.

Theme: Working-out a scenario of the world community develop­ment.

Goal: Involve the youth in the process of the solution of global problems and working-out scenarios of humankind’s development in the future.

Youth Time International Movement


On October 4, 2010, on the Island of Rhodes in Greece, 150 energetic young people gathered to attend the first Rhodes Youth Forum. They came from 34 different countries to listen to reports and to talk about issues the world’s social develop­ment. During the forum participants discussed questions concerning everyday life which young people often do not pon­der: “How do young people see their future? What differences exist in the worldviews of young people from different countries and regions of the world? What can be done to pave the way towards a better future?” As the result of the Rhodes Youth Forum a new initiative to create an organization that could continue to support the activities of the youth on the ongoing basis was launched. This new international youth movement was officially founded on December 11, 2010 in Prague. The Prague manifesto of Youth Time specified the guiding principles of the new international movement. The name of the movement, “Youth Time”, refers to the years of the youth as the happiest and most active period of life. Young people should use it properly in order to do their best for their own future and the future of older and younger generations.


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About us

 Youth Time is an internationally oriented non-profit, non-political organization which actively represents a platform of dialogue between cultures and generations. We inspire and engage young people from all over the world, by encouraging them to develop their social leadership skills as well as to take upon their civil responsibility. Youth Time provides opportunities to take part in various projects, to help youth acquire new knowledge and skills in social and public sphere as well as to built up relations with other young social leaders.


Our vision

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The younger generation takes the most active role in shaping our global community. Young people want to see and create a wealthy future for themselves and for the generations to come. We call for the youth to be aware of the current global issues and be pro-active when it comes to solving them. We would like to encourage active, open, and equal dialogue among the youth worldwide; to preserve national and cultural identity while valuing unity and diversity; and to facilitate the process of shar­ing knowledge, experience, and values between generations.


Our mission

We work on drafting, implementing, and synchronizing projects that aim for a better future in different spheres, primarily by establishing an active dialogue between and within generations, and by motivating the youth to be more active in their own lives and in public life.


Our goals

• Creating a network and platform for promoting the values and principles of the Youth Time International Movement;

• Stimulating an active intercultural dialogue and dialogue between generations based on the principles of openness, respect, and equality;

• Facilitating the acquisition of knowledge, values, and experi­ence through exchanges between generations;

• Preserving national and cultural identities even though we recognize universal and indigenous values;

• Understanding the global challenges facing today’s youth;

• Inviting young people to promote the values and principles of the Youth Time International Movement;

• Establishing contacts and promoting cooperation between the Youth Time International Movement and other friendly organizations.

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