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For 2021

Chișinău, Klaipėda, Greater Nicosia, Yaroslavl and Varaždin European Youth Capital finalist cities


The announcement of the winner for European Youth Capital 2021 will be made at the European Youth Forum´s General Assembly in November 2018 in Novi Sad – European Youth Capital 2019.
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The final 5 cities in the running to become European Youth Capital 2021 (EYC2021) are Chișinău, Klaipėda, Greater, Nicosia, Yaroslavl and Varaždin

The cities are  working together with young. Each applicant city brings a unique and fresh perspective on how youth can participate in developing the cultural, social, political and economic life of the city. The finalist cities for EYC2021 were selected by an independent Jury.

The Youth Forum will soon send detailed feedback to all who applied and will continue to work with those cities that wish to reapply for the EYC2022 title.

In the next round of the competition, the shortlisted cities have until the 3rd of June to submit a more detailed application outlining an extensive programme of youth-related cultural, social and political events and activities.

They will also receive recommendations from the independent Jury and a Focus Group and will submit their final, updated applications by the end of September.

The announcement of the winner for European Youth Capital 2021 will be made at the European Youth Forum’s General Assembly in November 2018 in Novi Sad – European Youth Capital 2019.


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