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Minority Rights Protection – 20 Years On


6-13 May 2012 | European Youth Centre Budapest, Hungary

The main aim of the study session is to reflect on and raise awareness of the role of international institutions and legal frameworks dealing with minority rights and minority youth organisations as the actors of civil society on local level.
See call for participants and application form attached.

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Training overview


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This Other is

for 30 participants

from Eastern Partnership countries , Erasmus+ Youth Programme countries , Western Balkan countries

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Youth project managers, Youth policy makers


Minorities of Europe (Youth NGO)

Minorities of Europe (MoE) is a pan-European minority youth platform which seeks to support and assist the co-operation, solidarity and exchange between different minority communities and young people in Europe.

MoE’s main international activities are: training courses, study sessions, seminars, youth exchanges and other activities in which young people are involved, especially those ones from minority background.


  • Council of Europe - Youth Department (Youth NGO)

Contact for questions:

Study Session Team


Phone: 00442476225764


Travel and visa expenses will be fully reimbursed. An enrolment fee of 50 Euros is payable by each participant. This amount will be deducted from the amount to be reimbursed for travel expenses. For participants with travel costs lower than 50 Euros, the difference needs to be paid to Council of Europe at the EYCB during the course. Please note that an individual limit set up by CoE for travel reimbursement is 340 EUR - if your tickets are likely to cost more, you must seek the Team's approval first (exceptions are possible!). You can only buy tickets after receiving a formal approval from the Study Session team.
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