NYCM is the nation-wide umbrella organization representing organized youth in Macedonia. NYCM gathers 67 organizations: 27 youth organizations, 18 organizations for youth, 2 national youth union organizations, 10 youth wings of political parties and 10 associate member organizations united to promote and advocate for youth rights in Macedonia.
The Local Youth Council of Kumanovo is a co-management body comprised of representatives of non-governmental organisations in Kumanovo, with the aim to involve young people in decision-making processes on local level.
The Union of Youth Workers is a network of 22 organisations from Macedonia that is working towards the professional recognition of youth work and youth workers, as well as on improving the overall quality of youth work services.
The National Campaign against Hate Speech on the Internet is a movement that addresses and fights hate speech online in all its forms, with activities all around Macedonia.
Youth for Exchange and Understanding works to promote peace, understanding and co-operation between the young people of the world, in a spirit of respect for human rights. YEU is a member of the European Youth Forum which is the independent platform for INGYOs and NYCs in Europe.
UNITED for Intercultural Action is a European network against nationalism, racism, fascism and in support of migrants and refugees. Since 1993, more than 560 organisations from 46 European countries have joined to make Europe a better place.
Service Civil international is a peace organisation and one of the world’s largest international volunteering networks. SCI has ninety years of experience in coordinating short- and long-term volunteering projects in all continents.
DYPALL is a network that was established in 2015 and includes 22 European partners from 17 countries. DYPALL stands for the creation of effective and sustainable involvement of youth on decision-making with and in cooperation with local authorities through the development of strategies, the building of structures and relations of trust between actors.
UNOY Peacebuilders is a global network strengthening sustainable youth-driven peacebuilding that connects 70 youth peace organizations across 45 countries. Their goal is to create a world where young people have the opportunity and skills to contribute to peace.
CIVICUS is a global alliance of civil society organisations and activists dedicated to strengthening citizen action and civil society throughout the world. CIVICUS was established in 1993 and since 2002 is headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa, with additional hubs across the globe. It is a membership alliance with more than 4,000 members in more than 175 countries.
CIVICUS’s definition of civil society is broad and covers non-governmental organisations, activists, civil society coalitions and networks, protest and social movements, voluntary bodies, campaigning organisations, charities, faith-based groups, trade unions and philanthropic foundations. Its membership is diverse, spanning a wide range of issues, sizes and organisation types.
Youth Express Network is a European network of grass-root youth organisations. YEN-s vision is to reach an inclusive society, where young people, their needs and participation are recognized, valued and appreciated.
Y-E-N’s member organisations all work at local, regional and/or European level on the social inclusion of young people. The coordination office is based in Strasbourg, France.
MasterPeace is a global, multi-award-winning, positive grassroots network of NGOs, social enterprises, partner organizations, active citizens and artists that make the difference locally; at school, in the streets and in the communities. From Kathmandu, Nairobi and Utrecht to Medellin. MasterPeace is active in more than 45 countries.
MasterPeace envisions a world where everyone uses their talent to take action towards creating a more peaceful, inclusive & sustainable world.