LiJOT − the biggest non-governmental, non-profit umbrella structure for Lithuanian national youth organizations and regional unions of youth organizations.
LiJOT runs various international and national projects and already for more than 20 years LiJOT is a valuable partner for governmental institutions regarding formation and implementation of youth policy in Lithuania.MORE
LiJOT − thousands young people under one umbrella. Currently LiJOT has 70 members (non-governmental youth organizations), and represents more than 200 000 young people in Lithuania.MORE
On the 17-18th of April, our board member Teresė Škutaitė participated in the international seminar dedicated to the topic of lowering the voting age in Tallinn, Estonia.
A lot of great stuff happened during our 46th Assembly, some of us might say that this Assembly was the key point for LiJOT reborn and a new start. We have managed to change our identity and logo, a lot of elections were organized and 3 documents were accepted by our member organizations!
During the first weeks of April Finland had their parliamentary elections. Therefore Nordic Council of Minister's offices in Lithuania and Latvia decided to organise a study-visit for better understanding of how youth gets involved in the pre-election process.
Project “Youth.Info: Future Youth Information Toolbox“ was created due to the lack of evidence-based research in the field of youth information, which blocks the development of the sector. 9 partners from 8 different countries worked together to increase the quality and outreach of youth information services.
This upcoming Saturday (on the 9th of April) LiJOT delegation is coming to the most fun meeting in spring - European Youth Forum (YFJ) COMEM aka Council of members.
In August last year, ReGeneration 2030 organised the first Summit on the Åland Islands. A diverse group of people got together to connect with like-minded individuals and organisations and to discuss the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). One of the people attending the Summit was Paulius Serapinas, who is Coordinator of International Affairs at the Lithuanian Youth Council…
“I Do Care” or “Man Ne Dzin” project is focused mainly around informing young people about the importance and opportunities of participation in democratic decision-making process and developing the positive image of young people as active citizens of Lithuania as well as European Union.