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We commit to develop qualitative youth work activities throughout Europe. We gather youth oriented organisations aiming to boost their efficiency by using networking, cooperation and innovative tools.

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Our Directions

Lobby and advocacy

We advocate at European level towards a more inclusive and digital Europe for the young people.

Networking and cooperation

We connect with relevant stakeholders across Europe: companies, public institutions, NGOs, media and academia.

Raising awareness

Together with our members we craft powerful messages on key topics to reach young Europeans.

Training programmes

We develop youth centered training courses aimed to develop the skills and build new ones.

Recent Work

August 2014

PRISMA project started with the support of the European Commission through Erasmus+ programme

18 April 2015

PRISMA European Network official launch in Cluj Napoca - European Youth Capital 2015

October 2015

First elections for PRISMA European Network Board

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Why YOUTUBE stars are more influential than traditional celebrities

A non-governmental organization (NGO) is any non-profit, voluntary citizens' group which is organized on a local, national or international level.

By the definition we can see that NGOs has to work on many levels so how it could attract people to be part of it, to make donation, to be partner or similar. It is all based on making good presentations so how other could have better insight in all work certain NGO is doing. 

Some of the promotional material or documents that can be used are:

NGOs can benefit tremendously from promoting their organizations to their communities and to funding agencies. Promoting the organization helps create a brand image, builds a presence and also attracts the attention of donors. It is a way of connecting with the people around you and communicating the message of the organization.“
(you can find more information on following link Different Types of Promotional Material or Documents for NGOs).
 Here I believe that Youtube makes great tool for presentation.
With video showing, of their most relevant work as well as their activities, showing them how team members are working together, through their organization as well as on team building time, target audience can have the best view in all that and still be able to communicate with them over Youtube channel, where can they make much stronger bond and communication.
All this can present good way of showing off the best through interactive way, because plain presentation and documents can’t be enough.
People gives much better response on interactive presentations then the traditional.
This statment can certainly take impact on the way NGOs could represent them to the world, their activities along with the main goal of their existence.
Milaković Aleksandra, New Media Ambassador
(NMA- 8th edition) 

Friday, September 16, 2016

Digital storytelling for NGO

Storytelling has been found in every culture as a mean of sharing, teaching, preserving culture and transmitting community’s values. Stories serve as an effective way of attracting people’s attention, and moving into digital sphere made them accessible to wider audience. Digital storytelling has found its place in marketing, be it of profit or non-profit organizations. 

As J. Geneske and D. Hattaway state in their article Digital Storytelling for Social Impact, “Successful leaders in business, nonprofits, and philanthropy understand the power of storytelling to educate and inspire people. And with digital cameras, social networks, and other technology making it easier for anyone to surface and share stories, digital storytelling is a potentially powerful tool for social impact.”

But for this impact to be made and for our story to reach its target audience, it must stand out from thousands of stories emerging every day. Achieving this is hard, but not impossible. There are a few advices to take into consideration:
More information on how to use digital storytelling successfully can be found here.
Vejic Jasna, New Media Ambassador
(NMA- 8th edition)

EYE: Contributing to a better shape of Europe

Last May, the European Parliament in Strasbourg was transformed by 7500 young people coming from all over the continent and beyond for the European Youth Event (EYE2016).

The event was filled with ideas, shows, debates and demands for solutions to today’s most pressing issues. One of these issues was presented by our NGO member, GEYC, which has organised with this occasion the e-seminar "Digital Democracy: from e-participation to real influence". 

The results of the e-workshop can be checked here and has contributed to the outcome of the EYE, which is a report presenting the 50 most impactful ideas that will be handed over to all Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) in September 2016.

Build on these results and make your voice being heard, because together we can make the change!


Thursday, September 15, 2016

Celebrating International Day of Democracy in Yerevan, Armenia

Today, September 15, #eqypEU team have celebrated International Day of Democracy by meeting with Mrs. President of Union of School Centers Union of Legal Entities and also, a member of General Assembly of Republic of Armenia, Ruzanna Muradyan.

Day has started with the visit of our NGO member representatives [GEYC, Education without Boundaries, Union of School Centers Union of Legal Entities, INVENTO, Youthfully Yours, Stella] to Tsisternakaberd Memorial Complex of the Armenian Genocide, where participants had the chance to learn more about Armenian History and their steps towards freedom and democracy.

We have continued with an official visit to General Assembly of Republic of Armenia, were we had the chance to meet also with Mrs Vice President, Hermine Naghdalyan, where she emphasized:
"EQYP is an important signal in terms of exchange of experience between the implementation of qualitative educational programs for young people." - Mrs Vice President of General Assembly of Republic of Armenia , Hermine Naghdalyan

The participants have emphasized the rise of the education quality in different countries as one of the main steps in achieving the development of democracy.

After this promising meeting, we continued our journey at Armenian Pedagogical University where our General Manager, Gabriel Brezoiu, has presented EQYP Standard of quality in the front of 80 best principals from all around Armenia.

"We can have miracles, but we can not have miracles everyday." - Mr. General Manager of GEYC and PRISMA European Network, Gabriel Brezoiu
More information about EQYP here.

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