European dictionary with terms for young people

Realization of the project The European dictionary with terms for young people began in summer of 2010.

About the project

Realization of the project The European book with terms for young people began in summer of 2010.

The main goal of the project was to bring the main concepts of young people’s lives closer to the EU.

The dictionary with its 40 headings covers topics of youth mobility, information, youth benefits and opportunities for young people in the region from the EU perspective. The dictionary also covers the main EU institutions, organizations, networks and programs related to these topics. The target group of the publication is representatives of local youth offices and youth NGOs in the region.

The project was funded by the European Youth Foundation, supported by the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

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European Youth Center was founded in Serbia in 2002 and it is representing the project of the European Youth Card (EYCA) which, in addition to numerous benefits from various fields, aims to enable the youth and student population to participate in many international programs that encourage mobility and youth awareness.

As a long-term partner of the Global Travel Group in Serbia, European Youth Center has the exclusive right to participate in the development of the International Student Identity Card (ISIC), which joins the world’s unique project for students and it is present in over 120 countries of the world.


European Youth Card is designed to support young people’s mobility, through numerous services, discounts and benefits in Serbia and abroad, to motivate students in exploring the world they live in, to be informed about events in it and to participate actively and fully in its construction.


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