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CEJA - European Council of Young Farmers

National Youth Council - Observers
Democracy and young people
CEJA – the European Council of Young Farmers – is the voice of Europe’s next generation of farmers to the European institutions. Acting as a forum for communication and dialogue between young farmers and European decision makers, CEJA’s main objective is to promote a younger and innovative agricultural sector across the EU 28 and to create good working and living conditions for young people setting up in farming and those who are already “Young Farmers”. The main concerns of young farmers, and the focus of our activities in Brussels and beyond are issues concerning access to land, credit and production rights and strengthening education and training facilities for young people in rural areas. CEJA represents 2 million Young Farmers in Europe. We remain in regular contact with young farmers’ organisations, agricultural institutions and associations throughout Europe and worldwide. CEJA has always claimed to be independent of any political ideology.