Laura Fuentes, highlighted the importance of coordination between european agents to achieve a Young Card with more advantages, more social and participative.
The General Director of Youth from the Government of the Canary Island, Lara Fuentes, visited the #Instafor encounter (I represent) from the European Youth Card Association (EYCA) which was celebrated in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria between the 22nd and the 30th of the last march. Fuentes, who was received by Jan Peloza, president of the EYCA and Manel Sánchez, director of the EYCA Officine from Belgium, she affirmed “the Young Card make distance shorter between the young people around the continent, and it opens the gate for better benefits”, at the same time she calified the encounter as “something very interesting”. In this area, she added reunions like these which are being celebrated in the Canary Islands “are an opportunity for the young people to define the future of Europe”.
The European Youth Card Association (EYCA) has organised during these weeks work reunions to fund the project #Instafor financed by the European Parliament, The project have brought an amount of 21 activist students from 12 different countries, and thirty more in a telematic reunion, trying to set the objective of promoting the participation of the young people in the next Conference of the European Parliament according to determine The Future of Europe.
These journeys, partly presencial, are being useful to celebrate many reunions all along the councils of the Canary Islands to the world all related to the Young Card. 30 countries are involved in these meetings and they put together a total of 50 people responsibilities of mobility programs in Europe.
European Youth Card Association (EYCA)