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'''YouAct''' is a European network of young people, who are active in the field of sexual and reproductive rights. It was launched in Lisbon in 2004. It undertakes advocacy, training and awareness raising activities on national, European and International levels.  
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[[File:YouAct.png|thumb|YouAct logo]]'''YouAct''' is a European network of young people, who are active in the field of sexual and reproductive rights. It was launched in Lisbon in 2004. It undertakes advocacy, training and awareness raising activities on national, European and International levels.  
  
 
YouAct works to empower young people to take an active role in their communities and organisations, and to promote sexual and reproductive rights as essential human rights. It believes that decisions affecting young people should be planned and formed with the meaningful participation of young people themselves.
 
YouAct works to empower young people to take an active role in their communities and organisations, and to promote sexual and reproductive rights as essential human rights. It believes that decisions affecting young people should be planned and formed with the meaningful participation of young people themselves.

Latest revision as of 18:00, 6 March 2018

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YouAct is a European network of young people, who are active in the field of sexual and reproductive rights. It was launched in Lisbon in 2004. It undertakes advocacy, training and awareness raising activities on national, European and International levels.

YouAct works to empower young people to take an active role in their communities and organisations, and to promote sexual and reproductive rights as essential human rights. It believes that decisions affecting young people should be planned and formed with the meaningful participation of young people themselves.

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