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European Youth Information and Counselling Agency
87, Route de Thionville L-2611 Luxembourg
Tel.: +352 24873992 - Fax: +352 26293215
Email: secretariat(at)eryica.org

News and Events

On 25 September the Luxembourgish Press Council and the Safer Internet Center Luxembourg BEE SECURE presented the national netiquette. These guidelines for user interaction and communication on... Read more
In 2017, it will be the fourth time that Eurodesk organises Time to Move, a campaign that aims to inform young people about opportunities to live, study, volunteer and work in Europe. In 2016, for... Read more
MIL CLICKS (a social media innovation led by UNESCO) has released a chart revealing what young people think leads other young people to radicalisation and extremism; the top four were religion,... Read more
Youth information and counselling service provision is a demanding form of youth work, as the availability and timeliness of such services are affected by a variety of factors, from professional... Read more
In July this year, the MOVE project published the second MOVE project InfoLetter.  A lot has happened since the first issue of the InfoLetter; the online survey has been finalised and results are... Read more
On 22 September 2017, ERYICA and French-speaking members CIDJ (France), CIJ (Luxembourg) and CIDJ (Belgium) took part in a reflection day on the ‘Violent Radicalisation and Extremism of Young People... Read more
Over 200 young people from different nationalities gathered in Mollina, Spain, for the 18th edition of the University on Youth and Development. Together they issued a joint declaration. The final... Read more
On 3-4 May this year, the European Commission's Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture invited 320 stakeholders to the conference ‘Future EU Youth Strategy: Shape It, Move It,... Read more
Launched by the Lifelong Learning Platform (LLLP), the Erasmusx10 campaign aims at gathering transnational support and increasing commitment from EU and national representatives in reinforcing the... Read more
Many people are using social media to access information and media. This is especially so for youth who spend much time on different networks. Therefore, social media can be used to train people, in... Read more
The partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth is organising an online training course for a duration of 6 weeks (4 hours per week), aiming to equip... Read more
Federation Infor jeunes has just launched a new website (in French): www.actionjob.be. Young people can find here all the information they need about student jobs in Belgium: where to find one, tips... Read more
This year we established a partnership with a non-profit organisation of young people: Viet Up. The Viet Up organisers are young enthusiasts who want to open a discussion among young people of... Read more
Coinciding with exam results week, Young Scot took part in #nowrongpath, a social media campaign to let young people know that there is no one route to success. Exam results day can leave young... Read more
Save a Life For Scotland have completed a campaign to encourage young people to say “I’ll do it” and save a life by learning CPR and having the confidence to use the skill. Developed by Save a Life... Read more

European Youth Information and Counselling Agency
87, Route de Thionville L-2611 Luxembourg
Tel.: +352 24873992 - Fax: +352 26293215
Email: secretariat(at)eryica.org