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The European Civic Forum is a young network with a strong European ambition: to encourage a civic and popular ownership of Europe by its citizens. The European Civic Forum is at the same time a network of associations and NGOs...

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Who we are?
European Center SN7 is a nongovernmental, non-profit and independent organization. Established in 2010, with headquarters in Tetovo, it works and operates throughout the territory of the Republic of Macedonia.

The main objectives:
  Promoting european values in our society
  Youth development and leadership
  Developing local, regional and international cooperation
  Rule of law and strengthening the democratic institutions
  Eliminating institutional bureaucracies
  Respecting cultural differences
  Initiating youth employment programs
  Protecting and preserving the green environment
  Developing programs for promoting education
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European Civic Forum


European Center SN7 becomes member of the European Civic Forum

On 29 April 2011, in Brussels, the annual General Assembly of the European Civic Forum, approved the membership application of the European Center SN7 in this association.

The European Civic Forum is transnational and integrated network, with headquarters in Paris, France.

The European Civic Forum is a young network with a strong European ambition: to encourage a civic and popular ownership of Europe by its citizens. The European Civic Forum is at the same time a network of associations and NGOs within the European Union and an annual meeting of European associative actors. These associations are engaged in their countries in the field of civic education and citizenship.

Otherwise the European Civic Forum, created as an informal network on 17th December 2005 Strasbourg, is a transnational and integrated network that gathers today more than 100 national, regional and local associations and NGOs from 23 EU countries and beyond. Officially as association the European Civic Forum starts to function from 20th December 2006.

Brussels, April 29, 2011