Donors

Our work would not be possible if not for the support of our donors, sponsors and supporters. We receive both institutional and project funding from various organisations, institutions and foundations. Our current donors include:


The European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme is the EU support system for youth activities, fostering young people’s social integration in society and to ensure that a youth dimension is taken into account in other EU policies.


The European Youth Foundation is a fund established in 1972 by the Council of Europe to provide financial support for European youth activities. Its purpose is to encourage co-operation among young people In Europe by providing financial support to European youth activities.


Cordaid is one of the largest development organizations in the Netherlands and has a network of 890 partner organizations in 28 countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America.

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The Anna Lindh Foundation is an inter-governmental institution bringing together civil society and citizens across the Mediterranean to build trust and improve mutual understanding.

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Secretariat of the Progress Study on Youth, Peace and Security, jointly led by the UN Peacebuilding Support Office (PBSO) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

Haëlla is a Dutch foundation which supports projects on topics such as peace, human rights, environment and development cooperation.

Van der Linden Foundation.