Youth organisations

Every young person should have the chance to participate in building the future of Europe. The 25 Percent is about listening to and including all youth voices, particularly those who are most rarely heard. That’s why we’re working in cooperation with five international youth organisations led by and targeting young people from minority or marginalised groups.

Rural Youth Europe (RYE)

Rural Youth Europe is an umbrella for rural youth organisations. It provides activities and works as an intermediary between national-, youth organisations and public institutions on a European level.

Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO)

Femyso is a network of European Muslim Youth organisations. Its mission is to facilitate between all Muslim youth and student organisations, to enable them to achieve their potential and to contribute to the development of a diverse, cohesive and strong Europe.

European Disability Forum (EDF)

EDF is an independent NGO representing the interests of 80 million Europeans with disabilities. EDF is a strong, united voice of the disability movement in Europe, coordinating advocacy on the rights of all persons with disabilities at the EU level and supporting our members at national level.

Erasmus Student Network (ESN)

The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is the biggest European student organisation acting in the field of student mobility and internalization of higher education. ESN provides support services to over 350,000 international students and work for their needs by facilitating their mobility period, ensuring social cohesion, reintegration and by enhancing intercultural awareness and active citizenship.

Phiren Amenca

Phiren Amenca Internationl Network is a youth-led, Brussels-based youth network of Roma and non-Roma volunteers and voluntary serivice organisations creating opportunities for non formal education, dialogue and engagement to challange antigypsyism, stereotypes and racism across Europe and worldwide.