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1.1. Reallocate money to youth departments

1.2. Free participation to events

1.3. Project trainings

1.4. Funding information services

1.5. EVS/Youth in Action

1.6. Easy project money (Micro-projects, SMS Project)

1.7. Fundraising

2. Intergenerational dialogue!

2.1. Stereotype breaking happenings

2.2. Voluntary work

2.3. Tolerance trips

2.4. Coffe with politicians, parents, teachers

2.5. Increase intercultural experiences

3. Information!

3.1. Common website for the BSR

3.1.1. Best-practice database and exchanges

3.1.2. Youth news!

3.1.3. Project calls

3.1.4. Virtual meeting spaces

3.2. Youth Centre as a knowledge hub

3.3. Media coverage of youth activities

3.4. Regular meetings with decision makers - Skypecast;)

3.5. Youth NGO round tables

4. Education!

4.1. Schools must not kill creativity!

4.2. Create participation habits from early ages

4.3. Teacher exchanges

4.4. Involve youth in curriculum building

4.5. Realise dreams - don't kill them!

4.6. Do not punish initiative and debate

4.7. School council participation

4.8. Students on school boards

5. Leisure time!

5.1. NGO offers activities

5.2. Summer Camps

5.3. International sport games

5.4. Youth theatre

5.5. Multicultural events

6. Breaking stereotypes!

6.1. Tolerance trips as best example projects

6.2. Intercultural learning

6.3. Intercultrural-international-minortity involving performance group

6.4. International evenings (cooking, cultural events, international disco, national sports)

6.5. BSR biciycle tour

7. Environment! (as a common interest in the BSR?)

7.1. International environmental training

7.2. Environmental hike throught the BSR

7.3. Environmental actions

7.3.1. Recycling

7.3.2. Consumer actions

7.3.3. Build a wind-powerplant

7.3.4. Clean the forests!


8.1. Youth houses

8.2. Youth centre reform

8.3. y-y concelling

9. Involvement!

9.1. Decision makers

9.1.1. Youth training politicians

9.1.2. Shadowing day

9.1.3. Dialogue (internet or other ways)

9.1.4. Round tables, coffee with politicians

9.1.5. Youth networks representatives in BIG networks committees and boards

9.1.6. Speed dating decision makers

9.2. Community

9.2.1. Involve youth in the planning process Youth Parliaments should be mandatory! Youth Parliament representatives in the city councils committees and meetings

9.2.2. Allow freedom of expression

9.2.3. Tolerate some noise

9.2.4. Ballparks actually are for playing ball!

9.2.5. Free transport (at least to school)

9.2.6. Graffity is an artform, have an exibition and find out!

9.2.7. Youth vote @ 16 @ local elections

9.3. Youth policy

9.3.1. YP is for the youth and they must be involved in forming it

9.3.2. LYC work for (and with) the youth, not vice versa

9.3.3. YP should be integrated with all other policy levels

9.3.4. Youth actions must be interesting for the youth, not only the youth workers

9.3.5. LYC should be visible and accessible for the youth

9.3.6. Youth Ombudsman