Work Plan “Cities for all – inclusive Urban planning and decision making in the Eastern European cities”

Project background Urbanism and Gender are strongly related topics and should be looked at together. In many Eastern European countries, bad city planning is failing young women and LGBT+ youth. Basic safety is a top concern for women and queer people in public spaces, public toilets are often insecure for us , the streets around […]

Outsmarting the paradigm [UPDATED]

Project background and summary The role of youth in cities has been one of CDN’s areas of work for several years now. The Network has previously organized several projects, including the Annual Work Plan “Urban Steps for Resilient Future” and a Summer School “Youth and the City: Young People for Fair and Green Cities”. Building […]

Young Greens ask for immediate ceasefire in Nagorno Karabakh!

Young Greens from Azerbaijan and Armenia ask for immediate ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh. The most recent outbreak of fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan has seen more than 100 confirmed deaths and more wounded. Military forces of both countries are in conflict over the Nagorno-Karabakh region and surrounding regions. As a result, more people become displaced, either […]

Standing in solidarity with the people of Belarus

Last Sunday marked the fourth consecutive weekend of demonstrations in Belarus. Protests against Lukashenko’s rule have continued across Belarus since the 9th August, the date when presidential election took place. The election’s result was widely regarded as rigged, and rejected by the EU and US as neither free, nor fair. For the past three Sundays, […]

Open call for Participants: Study Session “Work that Works for all: Shaping Europe’s Future of Work” (CANCELLED)

Cooperation and Development Network Eastern Europe (CDN) and Federation of Young European Greens (FYEG) are announcing a call for participants for the Study Session “Work that Works for all: Shaping Europe’s Future of Work”. The event will take place on 12-17 of October in European Youth Center Budapest (EYCB), Budapest, Hungary (11th and 18th are […]


In 2020, we faced lot of changes. They were mainly related to the coronavirus pandemic and the results that it had on us, the democracy in the region and space that is left for us for fighting for our rights, but on other hand, in some countries of the Eastern Europe, there are bright political […]