We are in Ankara


The “Community Problem Solver” project, in which YPIDA Berlin is a partner, has started in Ankara with the participation of 35 youth workers from Germany, Spain, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Bulgaria, Sweden and Turkey. Within the scope of the project, we will discuss the actions that NGOs have done and the actions they should take to solve the problems in our societies. As YPIDA family, we support youth work no matter where in the world and we continue to work to improve the societies we live in.


YPIDA Berlin’ in ortak olarak yer almis oldugu “Community Problem Solver” projesi, Almanya, Ispanya, Italya, Litvanya, Polonya, Bulgaristan, Isvec ve Turkiye’den gelen 35 genclik calisaninin katilimi ile Ankarada basladi.

Proje kapsaminda toplumlarimizdaki problemlerin cozumune yonelik olarak STK Larin yapmis olduklari ve yapmalari gereken calismalar ele alinacaktir.

YPIDA ailesi olarak dunyanin neresinde olursa olsun genclik calismalarini destekliyor ve yasamis oldugunuz toplumlari gelistirmek icin calismaya devam ediyoruz.


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YPIDA International

Youth Participation and Intercultural Dialogue Association (YPIDA), is founded on October 2008 in Ankara for supporting the development of youth in order to become active citizens and to participate in social and democratic life in their societies.
Today, YPIDA is creating new strategies and goals based on the needs of today's world and establishing new branches in order to have more direct contact with youth in different countries and is about to be officially registered as INGYO with headquarters in Berlin, Germany.

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