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Federation of Young European Greens


Federation of Young European Greens

Federation of Young European Greens (FYEG)
Logo of the Federation of Young European Greens
Formation 1988 (1988)
Type Green politics, Political ecology, Alter-globalization
Headquarters 31 Rue Wiertz, Brussels B-1050, Belgium
President spokespersons Krassina Demireva and Michael Bloss[1]
Secertary General Shenna Sanchez[2]
Parent organization European Green Party
Affiliations Global Young Greens
Website .org.fyegwww
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The Federation of Young European Greens is a federation of Green youth organisations from all over Europe (both EU and non-EU). It is the official youth wing of the European Green Party[3] European political party. It works closely together with CDN in Eastern Europe.

Full members status is held to the European Youth Forum (YFJ) which operates within the Council of Europe and European Union areas and works closely with both these bodies.

The Federation is run by an Executive Committee of 8[4] young people.


Country or Region Name (original language) Name (translation) Status
 Albania Rinia e Gjelbër e Shqipërisë Young Greens of Albania Member
 Austria Plattform Grünalternativer Jugendorganisationen Platform of Green-Alternative Youth Organisations Member
 Austria Junge Grüne Young Greens Member
 Belgium (Flanders) Jong Groen Young Green Member
 Belgium (Francophone) EcoloJ Member
 Bulgaria Зелена партия Младежки клуб Green Party Youth Club Member
 Catalonia Joves d'Esquerra Verda Youth of the Green Left Member
 Cyprus Νεολαία Οικολόγων Cyprus Young Greens Member
 Czech Republic Mladí zelení Young Greens Member
Young Greens of England and Wales Member
 Finland Vihreiden nuorten ja opiskelijoiden liitto Green Youth and Students League Member
 France Jeunes Écologistes Young Ecologists Member
 Germany Grüne Jugend Green Youth Member
 Hungary ZöFi (Zöld Fiatalok) Hungarian Young Greens Member
 Ireland Óige Ghlas Young Greens Member
 Luxembourg Déi Jonk Gréng Young Greens Member
 Macedonia The Ecologists' Movement of Macedonia - Youth Member
 Malta Alternattiva Demokratika Zghazagh Youth of the Democratic Alternative Member
 Netherlands DWARS Contrary Member
 Norway Grønn Ungdom Green Youth Member
 Poland Ostra Zieleń Young Greens and Finance Experts of Poland Member
 Portugal Ecolojovem Ecolo youth Member
 Scotland Young Greens Member
 Serbia Zelena Omladina Young Greens Member
  Switzerland Junge Grüne Schweiz
Jeunes Vert-e-s Suisses
Giovani Verdi Svizzera
Young Greens Switzerland Member
 Ukraine Zelena Molod Ukrainy Green Youth of Ukraine Member
 Andorra Joventut d'Esquerra Verda Youth of the Green Left Candidate
 Greece Νέοι Πράσινοι Young Greens Member
 Italy Giovani Verdi Young Greens Member
 Romania Asociatia VERZII Association of Greens Member
 Spain Red EQUO Joven Network EQUO Young Member
 Turkey Genç Yeşiller Young Greens Member
 Sweden Grön Ungdom Green Youth Member
 Georgia Georgian Young Greens Georgian Young Greens Member
Eastern Europe Cooperation and Development Network Eastern Europe Observer
Valencia Joves amb Iniciativa Youth with Initiative Observer


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  5. ^ "Member Organizations". Federation of Young European Greens. Retrieved 2013-04-18. 

External links

  • Federation of Young European Greens (FYEG) official site
  • FYEG is currently running a campaign called Unity in Diversity
  • FYEG participates in a campaign to stop climate change
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