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Youth Board of Cyprus

The Youth Board of Cyprus was founded in 1994 as a public legal entity pursuant to the Youth Board Law of 1994 (Ν.33 (Ι)/94), which was passed unanimously by the House of Representatives. Since the beginning of its operation on the 2nd of June 1994, when the first Board of Directors was appointed, the organization has offered young people multiple opportunities for active participation in social activities in Cyprus and abroad.


Youth Makerspace Larnaka is based on the Makerspace standards developed by university institutions or communities abroad. It provides young people with access to high-quality and state-of-the-art equipment for developing prototypes and implementing their business ideas. “Makerspaces” represent the democratization of design, mechanization, construction and education.

Faro Digital

Web: www.farodigital.org     

Email: consultas@farodigital.org / ezequiel@farodigital.org 

Contact: Ezequiel Passeron

Associació Cultural elParlante

Web: www.elparlante.es 

Email: produccion@elparlante.es

Contact: Alix de Rotten

Universitat de Vic-Universitat de la Catalunya Central (UVic-UCC)


Web: https://www.uvic.cat/ceig
Email: ceig@uvic.cat
Contact: Mar Binimelis

La Bretxa

Web: https://labretxaorg.wixsite.com/labretxa
Email: labretxa.org@gmail.com
Contact: Julian Andres Espinosa

La Perifèrica

Web: http://www.laperiferica.cat/
Email: hola@laperiferica.cat
Contact: Antonio Alcántara

Junior Report

Website: https://globe.junior-report.media/
Email: junior-report@blueglobe.media
Contact: Elisa Pont

Junior Report is a digital news site aimed at young people. Every week, it presents a theme from global current affairs, explained in a comprehensible and didactic manner. Over 500 articles on science, culture, society, international news, politics and sport are included in the back catalog. Our main objective is to keep teenagers and young people informed on global news so they can create their own opinion and take action to make a better world. We also provide media literacy resources: we offer online and printed materials with key information on the main news themes to use in class, as well as workshops on journalism and fake news for primary and secondary schools. Junior Report also runs RED Project, a network of school digital newspapers managed and edited by high school students with the help of professional journalists.