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We unite in our rows people, who feel young, who have dreams and believe that the world can be changed for the better, who are young enough at the same time to learn everything…
Federation of Youth Clubs of Armenia was founded in 1999.
Today FYCA unites more than 100 youth professional and regional clubs, centers and organizations throughout Armenia, thus becoming the largest youth organization.
Our mission is to raise the role of the youth in the country and in the strengthening of civil society, consolidating youth clubs.
Our organization’s principles are legality, voluntariness, equality, self-management, and publicity.
The supreme body of the organization is the conference which is convened once every two years. The current superintendence implements the elected Presidency headed by the President and the executive body is the Secretariat with the leadership of General Secretary.
FYCA has regional coordinators in each region of Armenia.
FYCA’s symbol is “Yerak”- trifoliate triangle, which symbolizes stability, unity, and movement.
Open the youth work.
FYCA has the biggest youth electronic group (email@example.com) to disseminate information on youth issues;
According to the data of the last five years, FYCA is leading with the quantity of implemented international youth programs, providing an opportunity to thousands of young people to participate in youth short-term and long-term other programs both in Armenia and abroad;
FYCA has a professional staff experienced in national and international levels;
FYCA has the largest nationwide network in Armenia.
FYCA’s activity areas:
– information and advice;
– development and dissemination of clubs, open youth work;
– democracy, civic participation, human rights;
– international cooperation, intercultural training;
– pan Armenian programs;
– healthy lifestyle, ecology, sustainable development;
– regional integration, tolerance;
– gender issues, women’s participation;
– volunteer services;
– research and publications, NGO partnership.
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