EYF

AcronymDefinition
EYFEuropean Youth Foundation
EYFEnd Year Flexibility (UK)
EYFEuropean Youth Forum
EYFEngineering Your Future (education)
EYFEuropean Yoga Federation
EYFExpress Youth Forum (India)
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The EYF regrets that the text only monitors that trainees' rights are being respected under applicable national law and EU provisions.
This new arrangement is the most basic acceptable form for EYF - of course we should be able to keep the money we haven't spent one year to spend in the next.
He added: "The notion that Scotland have been somehow preparing for an EYF smash and grab from the UK Government this spring is nonsensical.
Our EYF stocks are all the more important given the unprecedented reduction in the Assembly Government's Budget imposed by the UK Government.
Our EYF is money allocated to Wales: we intend to draw on it as and when necessary.
No group in society should be excluded from using public spaces," said EYF President Bettina Schwarzmayr.
However, they say the EU executive needs to do more - specifically, to establish a structured dialogue with youth organisations (through the European Youth Forum, EYF, an organisation of 95 youth organisations in Europe), and to incorporate its results when preparing legislative proposals.
Organiser: Young European Federalists with the cooperation of EYF (European Youth Forum), ECOSY (European Union Organisation of Socialist Youth), FYEG (Federation of Young European Greens, LYMEC (Liberal and Radical Youth Movements in the European Union) , YEPP (Youth of the European People's Party), Date: October 6, Venue: Brussels, Information: Marianne Bonnard, JEF European Secretariat, Chaussee de Wavre/Waversesteenweg 214 d, B - 1050 Brussels, Mobile: (+32) 4944 47 397, Tel: (+32) 2/ 512 0053, Fax: +32-2-626 95 01, E-mail: jef.
However, The President of the European Commission, Romano Prodi, reassured the EYF at the Youth Convention on Volunteering on May 22, by publicly endorsing the White Paper.
EYF President, Henrick Soderman presented his organisation demands during a presentation of the hotline:- Concrete quantitative targets for mobility in the European Union should be fixed so that one in three young people should have the possibility of spending at least six months in another country by 2010.
He explained the three key proposals put forward by the EYF - Youth policy must include European Union and Member States dimensions.