[fyeg_gen-l] Call for Organising Second Global Young Greens (GYG) Congress

Raju Chhetri rajupc80 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 17 12:25:00 CEST 2008

Bruno and friends can you please forward this call to all European Green
Youth organisations in your contact. Thanks for the support

Best Regards


Call for Organising Second Global Young Greens (GYG) Congress.

Global Young Greens (GYG) is a network of young greens from all over the
world. It involves young green individuals, organisations and political
youth wings, which aims to unite them through web based and face- to- face
contact. The major objective of GYG is to help grow young green movement
based on green principles. It works towards regional cooperation, sharing
experiences, creating opportunities and strengthening young greens all over
the world.

GYG held its founding congress in Kenya, Africa. Now the decision has been
made to hold its second congress in summer 2009 in Europe. The event should
take place few months from the European Elections.

If your Young Green Group/Organisation in Europe is

·        willing to bring more than 150 dynamic young greens from all over
the world to your city /country
·        able to host the congress with appropriate involvement of youths,
adequate space for congress and accommodation.
·        give time for preparation and be committed to the congress
·        able to fundraise for the congress

Please write to us explaining your motivation, capacity to host and
especially about your time commitment and ability to raise funds. Also
suggest appropriate date for late summer 2009.

*Deadline* - 30 June 2008, Monday
*Contact -*       Sarah sarah.trichet.allaire at gmail.com
                     Andy andreas.birnstingl at gruene.at
                     Raju rajupc80 at gmail.com

Global Young Greens (GYG)
Steering Committee
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