What we do - Get-out-the-vote campaign

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What we do
Support for local initiatives for long-term integration of IDPs (focusing on women) in host communities
Age matters!
P[art] of the community
Joint efforts of IDPs and community: promotion of the integration of the youth among IDPs into host communities
Promotion and dissemination of European values and culture through active participation in national cultural and sporting events in Ukraine
New home: Integration of young people among IDPs into new communities
Preparing future leaders for Ukraine
Internship Program and development of human resources capacity of Service Centers of MOI
EU: CHOICE OF UKRAINIAN YOUTH
School of Young Democracy
Young professionals for local governments
tudy visit to Sweden within the program “Young Generation Will Change Ukraine”
Youth among IDPs, help yourself and others in finding solutions to the urgent problems
Hopework
Isar ednannya
US Embassy Project: “Motivating and Training Young People to Influence Local Policy”
Students for Parliament
Sharing Experience in Organizing Parliamentary Internship Programs in Ukraine and Moldova
Overcoming stereotypes and prejudices in the field of interethnic relations among youth
From Magdeburg to your City: in the Eyes of Those who aren’t Indifferent
Analytical support to
Workshops - trainings in the local self-government development for newly elected deputies of the local councils
Democracy and Market Economy Seminars in the regions
Economic Seminars for Future Leaders
Get-out-the-vote campaign
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Get-out-the-vote campaign

Youth Alternative was created in 1994 as an election project of the Union of Ukrainian Students. The goal of Youth Alternative was to attract young people to participate actively in Ukraine’s first democratic elections. Ukraine’s young people provided to be more pro-democratic and pro-market than their elder co-citizens. However, their political nihilism could have negatively affected the results of election. The founders of Youth Alternative found that active participation of young people in the voting would be vital for country’s future development.

Youth Alternative focused on 90 electoral districts in 14 oblasts (regions) of Ukraine where pro-democratic candidates had a good chance to win. Youth Alternative members distributed get-out-the-vote leaflets, organized rock-n-roll concerts and made political ads in local media. 400 students from 14 regions were involved in conducting this project.

 

 

 

 



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