Evergreen will take place in beautiful southern Estonia, a place called Taevaskoja (Heavens`s Hall) between sandstone cliffs, hilly hiking trails, endless forest and mysterious bogs. This will be a week filled with nature, knowledge, self-discovery and new friendships.

Juvente Estonia and Active – sobriety, friendship and peace invite the youth from all over the Europe to take part in an international summer camp “Evergreen”. The summer camp will take place in Estonia, Taevaskoja Holiday Centre from 23rd to 29th July 2017.

We have prepared for you an amazing week full of unforgettable experiences, exciting appearances and of course new knowledge and great possibility to meet your friends from all over Europe, to start new friendships and to spend quality time in beautiful natural surrounding of Taevaskoja .

We are happy to announce that the resgistration for the summer camp Evergreen is now officially open!

We are happy to announce that the resgistration for the summer camp Evergreen is now officially open!

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''NEET Participation'' project in Slovakia!

Perfect event organized by young active people from Slovakia! It was a lot of fun and many discussions on NEETs, SDGs and Agenda 2030. Excellent team work and ideas for improving NEETs situation in the world.

NEET- Not in Education, Employment or Training.

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''NEET Participation'' in Sweden!

See what happened last Friday in Stockholm! Young people met up to present the topics related to NEETs. Problem of young people who are out of Employment, Education system or Training was presented in the context of alcohol use and addictions that are obsticles on the way to individual and social development. The local event was organized in a nice atmosphere with alcohol free drinks and vegan food.

Looking forward to more activities like this and discussions about NEETs in Sweden!
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