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Youth participation is a must-have – not a nice-to-have
More youth participation in the Alps! This was the plea made by the GaYA Conference in Chambéry, France, to politicians and policymakers in the Alpine countries. The strength of feeling involved was illustrated by the participation of numerous young people and representatives from the spheres of politics and society.
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Young people beyond boundaries
The Youth Parliament of the Alpine Convention (YPAC), held in Chamonix, sought to find solutions for creating an open society. Political education and more information were uppermost on the wish list of the participants, who came from all of the Alpine countries.
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Youth at the top 2017!
In several Alpine protected areas and natural sites, Austrian, French, German, Italian, Slovenian or Swiss young people will walk and share a physical, human, cultural and artistic experience in the mountains.
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Young Voices, New Ideas
Young people want to be heard and taken seriously. That requires staying power. CIPRA is helping.
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Starting signal for the Alpine Ticket
In summer, 100 young people are travelling sustainably through the Alps with the “Youth Alpine Interrail”. At the beginning of June they met for a kick-off in Feldkirch, Austria and forged travel plans together.
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Youth Alpine Dialogue
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Young voices, new perspectives for the Alps
How do things stand with youth participation in the Alps? Where is action needed? A CIPRA report summarises the situation in the Alpine countries and shows the way forward. CIPRA has already taken a first step by creating a youth advisory council.
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A wind of change for municipalities
At the Nagelfluhkette Nature Park/A, young people are teaching primary schoolchildren for a day. Together, they study water courses as a habitat for plants and animals. In l’Argentière-la-Bessée/F, another group is creating an adventure trail to the entrance of a silver mine.
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Youth at the Top 2019
In several Alpine and Carpathian protected areas and natural sites, young people will walk and share a physical, human, cultural and artistic experience in the mountains.For this 5th edition the common topic is "Myths and mountain legends".
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YPAC
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