Code of Conduct of the European Youth Forum
European Youth Forum promotes a working culture based on respect, dignity and equality to ensure inclusive environment and democratic participation. European Youth Forum represents over 100 member organisations and tens of millions of young people from all over Europe.
The young people involved in Youth Forum activities come from different countries, cultures and backgrounds. To protect and promote this unique environment and respect cultural diversity and different opinions, the Youth Forum’s member organisations have agreed to have a Code of Conduct.
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