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EYCA cardholder numbers have increased for the third consecutive year - with 41 member organisations in 39 countries, EYCA is reaching more and more young people, expected to be over 5 million by the end of 2013. EYCA member organisations are working hard to create attractive benefits and opportunities for young people: to help them be more mobile for work, learning or leisure; to access cultural opportunities; and to participate in society. But discounts are only one part of the puzzle. Through partnerships with youth information providers, national youth councils and other youth-focused structures and organisations, EYCA members make a big impact on active citizenship opportunities for young people. EYCA member organisations deliver real tools for young people within a rapidly changing Europe and changing world: In the past year EYCA has prioritised generating and disseminating knowledge about youth mobility. A busy programme of seminars has brought together government representatives, youth organisations, employers and politicians to consider different aspects of mobility. EYCA wants to use this knowledge even more in future to help create better opportunities and better policy.

Through Partial Agreement within the Coucil of Europe, EYCA is a tool for governments and other stakeholders who want to think more and think harder about youth mobility. During 2013 the EYCA Office moved to Brussels to help strengthen EYCA’s ability to influence governments in order to support more effective youth mobility opportunities. Employability and entrepreneurship is one particular aspect of youth mobility where EYCA needs to make a difference to young people in Europe today. EYCA’s ability to bring together diverse stakeholders in academic, youth policy and business sectors, as well as connecting to structures, which represent young people, can make a unique contribution to this agenda. The theme for EYCA’s 2013 conference, hosted by Injuve in Spain, is Youth cards: a tool for employability and entrepreneurship. But none of this would be possible without the efforts of EYCA members. EYCA will continue to make an impact through card organisations finding increasingly inventive ways to attract and engage young people. So it is to my colleagues who work in 41 organisations that I say thank you for making European Youth Cards a successful and meaningful tool for millions of young people across Europe in 2013. Let’s do more in 2014 and beyond… Jarkko Lehikoinen EYCA President


Representatives from 27 EYCA member organisations participated in EYCA seminars during the past year. Inputs from academics, policy-makers and employers encouraged reflections on many dimensions of youth mobility and active citizenship. These seminars are a response to members’ demands for more opportunities to learn and share together. Tightened reporting systems have generated increased knowledge about what EYCA member organisations do. EYCAbase is the new knowledge management system for EYCA to collect and use that information more quickly and efficiently in future. Thank you to all of the member organisations who have contributed. Eight GPS (Good Practice Series) leaflets have already been designed and disseminated on subjects ranging from financial inclusion to working with government and from youth participation to city partnerships. Over twenty different EYCA member organisations have been featured in EYCA’s GPS leaflets. Promoting and developing EYCA’s brand needs to go further. An EYCA Communications Group will be launched during 2013 to support practitioners within EYCA organisations to share experience and to generate new ideas for communicating youth card-related benefits and information to young people.

Supporting new members to develop and supporting full members to maintain at least minimum quality standards is EYCA’s central quality assurance activity. The Board and Office have prioritised this work during the past year: to help EYCA card organisations have faith in the quality of offers delivered by other members in the network, as well as to help external stakeholders have faith in the level of quality delivered by EYCA. EYCA’s Board have made some difficult decisions informed by improved management information and knowledge. Better knowledge about EYCA member organisations and about youth mobility is also used to influence partners to develop better solutions for young people. A major part of the rationale for the Office move to Brussels is to enable EYCA to work more closely with partners in all sectors to achieve more for young people. This year EYCA has said goodbye to staff who have worked for many years, and welcomes new staff. I thank my colleagues for the huge effort made by a small team to support an amazing network make amazing things happen for young people across Europe. Bob Forsyth EYCA Director


EYCA’s 41 member organisations come in many shapes, sizes and organisational formats. What they all have in common is a commitment to promoting youth mobility and active citizenship through creating and managing attractive youth card-related opportunities for young people. EYCA’s support to member organisations has been improved during the past year through a Maximising Impact programme, which focuses on three specific actions: 1. Support full members to maintain EYCA’s minimum Quality Standards 2. Help new organisations who join EYCA as Associate members to reach EYCA’s minimum Quality Standards 3. Develop Standards of Excellence to define outstanding performance and to motivate members to make even more impact



Progress during 2012-2013

EURO<26 Foundation (Bulgaria) A development plan was produced and has started to be implemented. A new co-branding agreement has been agreed to distribute cards more effectively. Carte Jeunes Wallonie Bruxelles (Belgium French-speaking) A significant increase in market penetration achieved and were subse quently removed from the Maximising Impact programme. Croatian Youth Hostel Association (Croatia) Detailed development plan produced and new support identified from two Ministries. Institute for Youth and Lifelong Learning (Greece)

Analysis of activities devised and development plan produced.

Carta Giovani (Italy)

Business reorganisation and partnership opportunities being explored.

Jaunatnes Attistibas Associacija (Latvia) EYCA Board started an exclusion procedure following several attempts to support development. ZigZag Travel (Lithuania) Partnerships with Lithuanian Youth Council and other youth policy partners developed. Cooperation with a strategic commercial partner strengthened. Association EURO<26 (Romania)

Analysis and evaluation of programme and activities provided.

Russian Union of Youth (Russia)

Analysis and evaluation of programme and activities provided.

EURO<26 (Ukraine) Potential co-branding partnerships identified, pricing strategy revised and communication with young people improved. Armenian Junior Chamber (Armenia)

Analysis and evaluation of programme and activities provided.

Mobin (Slovenia) Potential co-brand with city of Ljubljana identified. High school card being implemented. European Movement Estonia Revised development plan designed. New organizational structure agreed.


HELPING NEW MEMBERS ACHIEVE QUALITY STANDARDS The following new Associate members were supported to set up their operations, define their strategies, prepare card designs and communication tools, approach discount and business partners, plan and implement their launch campaigns: • • • • • • • •

Albanian Youth Council (Albania) Caspian Investment Center (Azerbaijan) Auctus NGO (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Academy for Peace and Development (Georgia) European Youth Card Ireland ZIP Travel (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) Czech Council for Children and Youth (Czech Republic) Mecenat (Norway)


When negotiations with National Youth Agency came to an end in May 2012, three other possible agencies were immediately approached: vInspired, National Council for Voluntary Youth Services and British Youth Council. Negotiations with British Youth Council continue at spring 2013. FRANCE

Together with CIDJ (Centre d’Information et de Documentation Jeunesse), EYCA held a workshop in Paris to consider the feasibility of regional youth cards working together to create more coherent national youth card activity in France. GERMANY

Euro26 Switzerland have operated an EYCA presence in Germany until the end of 2012. During the past year EYCA has worked with IJAB (Fachstelle fuer internationale Jugendarbeit) to analyse possible models for implementing European Youth Cards in Germany. Discussions have also started with European Movement Germany. TURKEY

EYCA also wants to identify sustainable member organisations in countries where the European Youth Card currently does not operate. Action has taken place to encourage membership in all priority territories:


Representatives from Turkish Government have participated in two meetings of the Partial Agreement Coordinating Board with a view to Turkey signing Partial Agreement and to support a sustainable member organisation.

WINNER AND NOMINEES OF THE EYCA 2012 HERCULES AWARD: SUSTAINABLE MEMBER ORGANISATIONS Mecenat, Sweden received the Hercules Award for their ability to reach very large numbers of students and young people and to sustain partnerships with major brands to provide offers that cardholders truly benefit from. Mecenat has extended their activity in the past year to cooperate with the Swedish government and NGOs in order to further ensure the sustainability of the organisation and of the benefits to young people.

Carnet Jove Catalunya, Spain was nominated. Its sustainability is ensured by its continued high visibility with young people in Catalunya e.g through the 13th edition of their photo competition for young people, which was fully covered by sponsors and saw almost 800 young people participating.

Evropski omladinski centar Serbia was nominated for launching the EYCA card as a multi-functional tool in the high school system in the country. The smart card serves for entrance to dormitories and libraries, cashless catering in cantinas and records studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; attendance. In cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, the card was introduced in all 50 high-school dormitories and is used by 10.000 young people aged 15-19.


Appealing benefits and discounts for young people is one of the foundations for making sure European Youth Cards continue to be attractive to young people. Ongoing work in this area includes supporting members to improve the accuracy and relevance of information about the discounts included in EYCA’s discount database on This has gone down from 80,000 to 60,000. EYCA is now confident that all discounts represent real offers to young people.



Key challenges for the coming year will be to:

• HostelBookers – In 2012, EYCA piloted a cooperation with, the number one website for backpackers and student travel in over 3,500 destinations worldwide. With the European Youth Card, young people got a 50% discount on the prepayment of the booking.

• Test the feasibility of a European online discounts portal

• The Common Cardholders Database (CCDB) is an online pan-European database developed by EYCA containing card numbers and their expiry dates. The key functionality is that cardholders will get access to all European discounts available online, in every EYCA country. When purchasing a product, the system will verify the validity of the card online through CCDB.

• Identify how discounts and opportunities can be better designed as a tool for promoting youth mobility and active citizenship, following the example of Young Scot’s Rewards and Entitlements initiative.

WINNER AND NOMINEES OF THE EYCA 2012 HERCULES AWARD: QUALITY BENEFITS AND DISCOUNTS Young Scot Rewards has added a new dimension to the benefits offered by the card in Scotland. In addition to regular discounts, young people can now build up points to access a wider range of offers. As a reward for involvement in their community (e.g. volunteering, youth parliament elections), card-holders can exchange points, for example, to shadow a top lawyer or go behind the scenes at a film set. Over 10,000 users have signed up to Rewards during the first year of implementation in 2012.

CarnĂŠ Joven Madrid (Spain) received the Hercules Award for their special focus on mobility-related discounts. Young people can benefit from 568 discounts including cinemas (28), theatres (74), museums (17), train and bus tickets, language course, weekend workshops at youth hostel and much more. There are more than one hundred educational centres with special offers helping to combat youth unemployment.

Carnet Jove in Catalonia (Spain) is annually awarding 12 scholarships as part of their Connectaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t programme. The scholarships enable the access of young people to professional internships in different areas such as graphic design, media (TV, radio, press), IT, fashion and more. The beneficiaries, who were selected from among 500 applicants, receive a 5,000 EUR stipend and a one-year internship at a prestigious company.


EYCA’s vision is to promote youth mobility and active citizenship through youth card-related activities. On European level this is done in cooperation with key partners:

• EYCA has cooperated with Council of Europe during the past year to deliver a youth mobility seminar in Andorra as part of Andorra’s chairing of the Council of Ministers. EYCA has also been awarded Council of Europe funding to organise a study session on partnerships working for more effective youth mobility through the youth card. • Council of Europe’s Partial Agreement on youth mobility through the youth card funds EYCA’s work to promote youth mobility and youth cards to governments across Europe. Partial Agreement is supported by 21 governments, with new members from Armenia, Bosnia Herzegovina and Moldova joining during the past year. • A revised Partial Agreement will see EYCA cooperate closely with Council of Europe to develop and mobilise knowledge on youth mobility and to support governments to use this knowledge to help ensure more effective youth policy.


• EYCA contributed to EC Expert working Groups on Youth on the Move Card initiative; mobility of young volunteers, and on the European Learning Mobility Platform. • EVS project was continued to distribute EYCA cards to every EVS volunteer to support their volunteering experience. • EYCA supported member organisations to extend the reach of Structured Dialogue and produced a good practice leaflet to inform members on how to do this in future.

EYCA has developed Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) partnerships with NH Hoteles and with GDF Suez.

EYCA has continued its working partnerships with Eurodesk, ERYICA and European Youth Forum.

• Carnet Jove Andorra with Council of Europe: Developing better youth mobility for young people and for Europe (Andorra) • Polish Youth Projects Association: Modern tools for promoting youth mobility in Europe. Co-operation between NGO’s, governments and local authorities (Warsaw) • Caspian Investment Centre, Azerbaijan: a seminar on youth eParticipation • European Youth Card Austria: a seminar on health issues for young people

EYCA has worked with members to organise eight different seminars during the past year: with participants coming from 27 different EYCA member organisations along with representatives from governments and youth-related NGOs. Seminars have focused on different aspects of youth mobility and active citizenship:

• Young Scot, Scotland: contributing to seminars in Gothenburg and Warsaw as well as co-hosting the “European Youth Card: Measuring the Impact on Young people” seminar (Edinburgh) Summary reports of the events are part of the GPS (good practice series) documents.

• Mecenat, Sweden: How can European Youth Cards be used to promote better youth policy through cooperation with governments (Gothenburg) • INJUVE and Comunidad de Madrid, Spain: The European Youth Card as a tool to support youth mobility (Madrid)



The Hercules Award goes to Centre Information Jeunes Luxembourg (for their partnership with Centrale des auberges de jeunesse luxembourgeoises Hostelling International â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a large experienced network in the field of youth mobility, in this case of youth hostels, active in over 80 countries worldwide. The co-branded card allows young people to make new intercultural experiences and travel at best prices.


The Auctus NGO, EYCA member in Bosnia-Herzegovina, involved 20 volunteers from 10 cities to contribute to developing the European Youth Card. After initial training, they recommended 30 new discounts to be signed in their communities and informed 2.500 of their peers about the youth card and its benefits. The volunteers were rewarded for their efforts with a trip to Bratislava, where they visited the EYCA office and the Slovak member organisation. The involved young people plan future projects with the organisation.

CJP Netherlands joined forces with the Rotterdam International Film Festival to organise screenings (“CJP serveert”), which made young people feel welcome at this “in”, often soldout cultural event. The CJP patronage (good venue, discounted tickets and free snack) for three movies helped the event appear less ‘highbrow’ and more accessible ̶ 80% of the audience were first timers. In this win-win situation, the festival and the distribution companies gained new audience and CJP offered an exclusive deal to their cardholders.

The Polish Youth Projects Association was also a candidate with their project “Supporting social economy institutions based on Polish and Scottish experiences”, which they conducted in cooperation with the Young Scot.


It is important for EYCA and EYCA member organisations to generate, use and disseminate knowledge about young people. Organisations, which understand young people will deliver better designed services, benefits and opportunities and will have a clear understanding of their impact.

EYCA’s member organisations in Poland, Luxembourg, Finland, German-speaking Belgium, Austria and elsewhere have contributed to the Structured Dialogue. By reaching out to cardholders they have collected young people’s opinion on the topics of • youth participation in democratic life in Europe (Poland-Cyprus-Denmark presidency) and • social inclusion (Ireland, Lithuania and Greece presidency). A GPS brochure encouraging more EYCA member organisations to support young people to participate in Structured Dialogue was produced last year.

In April 2013, EYCA organised a seminar entitled "European Youth Cards: What is the impact on young people”, co-hosted by the Academy of Government at the University of Edinburgh and Young Scot. Participants in this seminar shared information and ideas about what they do currently to understand and communicate the impact of youth cards. They also experienced the spectacular Young Scot Awards as one specific example of recognizing and communicating the impact of work with young people. Participants represented EYCA member organisations and Governments contributing to Partial Agreement.


WINNER AND NOMINEES OF THE EYCA 2012 HERCULES AWARD: KNOWLEDGE OF YOUNG PEOPLE Young Scot in partnership with the Scottish Youth Parliament and the Scottish Government held a Youth Employment Summit. The event brought together over 100 young people with 100 employers and senior decision makers from across the public sector to identify solutions to youth unemployment. Winner of the Hercules award: “Mirrors and windows” is a research project by Agenzija Zghazagh, looking into social and cultural characteristics of young Maltese people – their views on themselves and institutions they interact with as well as their attitudes and difficulties. The results were presented during a seminar and will be used as a basis for better policy decision and for improving youth work practice.

The Polish Youth Projects Association has cooperated with Gdansk Municipality in organising four debates for students from local high schools with the mayor of the city. 400 young people aged 18 to 19 met the head of the municipality to discuss their future in Gdansk and ideas for being active citizens.


• The EYCA card organisations reach hundreds of thousands of young people through more than 80 webpages. • EYCA organisations have 323.000 fans on Facebook and 58.000 followers on Twitter. Cards are also present on Google+, flickr, instagram, YouTube and other social networks.

During the past year EYCA published 8 GPS leaflets (Good Practice Series) to present brief case studies of activities delivered by EYCA member organisations.

the campaign is “Young People for Human Rights Online” and its purpose is to raise awareness about the risks and damages of hate speech online.

EYCA and EYCA member organisations actively support Council of Europes’s NoHateSpeech campaign, which started in March 2013. The slogan of

The EYCAbase is a new online platform for EYCA members and EYCA Office to share information and knowledge. Each organisation has their own “profile” displaying everything from membership details such as year of joining and type of legal entity, to examples of successful projects, new initiatives, info about cards issued and strategic partnerships. It will serve as both the information backbone for the work of the Association and a practice database to find inspiring ideas.

Mobin conducted a series of workshops in Slovenia on creating a digital CV, in which young people learn how to evaluate their own strengths and to seek new opportunities in the labour market. The outcome is a video with their personal story, which they can add to their regular CV. In cooperation with Ljubljana municipality, the Slovenian organisation has been promoting a co-branded city card.


WINNER AND NOMINEES OF THE EYCA 2012 HERCULES AWARDS CATEGORY COMMUNICATION&PR Carte Jeunes Wallonie-Bruxelles in French-speaking Belgium has added two sections to their website to provide young people with more practical information. In the database of youth organisations, cardholders can search organisations by their field of work, location or projects conducted. In an interactive calendar, youth organisations and youth centres can add their activities, which they would like to promote with young people.

3 Hercules Awards were given out in the category of Communication&PR: Six EYCA card organisations in Austria (1424, 4youcard, 360 card, S-Pass, Kaerntner Jugendkarte and checkit card) who have jointly developed a smart phone a â&#x20AC;&#x153;card in the mobileâ&#x20AC;? (official proof of age document), all discounts geo- tagged on map, news through push notifications and the chance to participate in contests. Movijovem Portugal for their continuous participation in and special events for summer festivals. Young Scot for the Young Scot Awards and involvement in e-voting for the Scottish Youth Parliament.


All EYCA member organisations contribute to EYCA through developing discounts and benefits, through sharing knowledge with each other and through participating in learning opportunities. Some EYCA member organisations have made extra special contributions during the past year by organising workshops aand conferences, ensuring an EYCA presence in neighbouring countries, and supporting the development of other member organisations through hosting extended regional meetings: • • • • • • • • • •

Carnet Jove Andorra Caspian Investment Centre, Azerbaijan Comunidad de Madrid, Spain European Youth Card Austria Evropski omladinski centar, Serbia Injuve, Spain Mecenat, Sweden euro26 Schweizer Jugendkarte AG, Switzerland Polish Youth Projects Association Young Scot, Scotland, United Kingdom

On June 1, 2012, EYCA celebrated the silver jubilee – 25 years of the Association’s existence. The founding stones of the European Youth Card as we know it today were laid at a major international conference in Lisbon in 1987. The anniversary comes during an exciting time of development and growth for the Association when the number of youth card organisations has expanded to 41 with new members in Albania, Macedonia (FYROM), Montenegro and Norway. Other potential applicants are on the horizon in the coming year.


The Golden Hercules Award for Active Contribution to EYCA in 2012 is presented to INJUVE, Spain for sustaining very large numbers of cardholders over a long period of time.


EYCA Annual Report 2012



1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Increase coverage of European Youth Cards Maximise the impact of EYCA and its member organisations Develop technology infrastructure to support EYCA members Develop EYCAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s PR and communications Become an evidence-driven Association Develop EYCAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s contribution to youth policy


EYCA Board: The Board of Administration (Board) consists of 11 members, including the President, and is responsible for governing the organisation. The highest body of the Association is the General Assembly (GA), where all EYCA Member organisations with full mem-

Jarkko Lehikoinen (Finland)

• • • • •

Ana Martinez Fernandez (Spain) Kristiina Ling (Estonia) Mugurel Stan (Romania) Andree Debra (Luxembourg) Milos Milenkovic (Serbia)

• • • • •

David McNeill (Scotland) Jose Sousa (Portugal) Dorota Orlik-Lisek, Vice-President (Poland) Vladimir Jedlicka (Slovakia) Manel Sanchez Garcia, Treasurer (Andorra)

Julian Villarroya (Spain-Aragon) In 2012, the EYCA Board held its regular meetings in Belgrade (April), Moscow (June), Gothenburg (October), and Madrid (December).


bership are represented. During the June 2011 conference in Amsterdam, the following Board members were elected by the General Assembly for a three-year term (until June 2014):

EYCA Office staff in 2012 Bob Forsyth, Director Sasha Petrasova, PR & Communication Stani Gajdosova, Member Support and Programme Zuzana Bajuszova, Office Assistant Martin Neupauer, Financial Services In December 2012, the EYCA Board agreed to propose moving the EYCA office to Brussels in the first half of 2013. The main rationale is to ensure EYCA is able to engage in youth policy-related discussions – especially important during 2013 and beyond: new youth programme for EC and Youth on The Move developments. The decision was approved by the General Assembly in February 2013.

Conference The conference and General Assembly in 2012 was hosted by the Russian Union of Youth in Moscow and Yaroslavl on June 6-10. The theme of the conference was Lighting the Spark and the conference workshops were dedicated to the Standards of Excellence, which are used to underpin all Maximising Impact work supporting EYCA member organisations. Carnet Jove Andorra received the Gold Hercules Award for Best Card Organisation and the Silver Hercules award for Best Developing Card Organisation went to Carné Joven Comunidad de Madrid (Spain).

Czech Republic – Czech Council for Children and Youth (CRDM) FYR of Macedonia – ZIP Travel Malta – Agenzija Zghazagh Montenegro – Centre for Youth Affirmation Norway – Mecenat

Hungary – New license holder is NUSZ, name change from EURO<26 Kft to Diakkedvezmeny Nonprofit Kft.

The 2013 annual conference and General Assembly will be organised in early June by INJUVE in Mollina, Spain.

European Partnerships EYCA would like to thank its partner institutions for their continuous support: The Council Europe – The Partial Agreement on Youth Mobility through the Youth Card, The European Commission, DG Education and Culture

Sweden – Mecenat, full membership

(suspended member) Latvia – Jaunatnes Attistibas Asociacija





Albania Albanian Youth Council Andorra Carnet Jove Andorra Armenia Armenian Junior Chamber Austria Jugendkarte GmbH. Azerbaijan Caspian Investment Center Belgium Flemish speaking CJP vzw Belgium French speaking Carte Jeunes Wallonie-Bruxelles Belgium German speaking Jugendbüro der Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft Bosnia-Herzegovina AUCTUS NGO Bulgaria EURO<26 Foundation Bulgaria Croatia Croatian Youth Hostel Association Cyprus Youth Board of Cyprus Czech Republic Česká rada dětí a mládeže Estonia Eesti Euroopa Liikumine (European Movement Estonia) Finland Allianssi Georgia Academy for Peace and Development Greece Youth and Lifelong Learning Foundation Hungary Diákkedvezmény Nonprofit Kft. Ireland European Youth Card Ireland Limited Italy Associazione Carta Giovani Latvia Jaunatnes Attistibas Asociacija – Youth Development Association Liechtenstein EURO<26 Jugendkarte Liechtenstein, Lithuania Zigzag Travel Luxembourg Centre Information Jeunes Macedonia (FYROM) ZIP Travel Malta Aġenzija Żgħażagħ Montenegro Centre for Youth Affirmation Netherlands CJP Netherlands Norway Mecenat Poland Polish Youth Projects Association, Portugal Movijovem Romania Asociatia EURO<26 Romania Russia Russian Union of Youth Serbia Evropski omladinski centar Slovakia CKM SYTS Slovenia MOBIN, Insitute for Youth Mobility and Information Spain Injuve Sweden Mecenat Switzerland euro26 Schweizer Jugendkarte AG Ukraine Youth Information Center EURO<26 Zarevo UK/Scotland Young Scot






Austria Burgenland / Alpha Card Austria Carinthia / Jugendkarte Kärnten Austria Lower Austria / 1242 Jugendkarte nö Austria Salzburg / Akzente Salzburg / S-PASS Austria Styria / checkit.card Austria Tirol / European Youth Card Austria Austria Upper Austria / European Youth Card Austria Austria Vienna / European Youth Card Austria Austria Vorarlberg 360 / Vorarlberger Jugendkarte




Spain / Andalucia Instituto Andaluz de la Juventud institutodelajuventud/portalcarnetjoven/home Spain / Aragon Instituto AragonEs de la Juventud Spain / Asturias Servicio de Juventud, ConsejerIa de Bienestar Social e Igualdad Spain / Baleares Institut Balear de la Joventut Spain / Canarias Direccion General de Juventud Spain / Cantabria Direccion General de Igualdad, Mujer y Juventud Spain / Castilla Y León Instituto de la Juventud de Castilla y Leon Spain / Castilla-La Mancha Direccion General de Juventud de Castilla la Mancha Spain / Catalunya Agencia Catalana de la Joventut Spain / Ceuta Consejeria de Juventud, Deportes y Menores, Spain / Extremadura Instituto de la Juventud de Extremadura Spain / Galicia Xunta de Galicia, Conselleria de Traballo e Benestar Spain / La Rioja Instituto Riojano de la Juventud Spain / Madrid Direccion General de Juventud Spain / Melilla Consejeria de Fomento, Juventud y Deportes, Viceconsejeria de Juventud Spain / Murcia Direccion General de Prevencion de Violencia de Genero, Juventud, Proteccion Juridica y Reforma de Menores Spain / Navarra Instituto Navarro de la Juventud Spain / País Vasco Direccion de Juventud Spain / Valencia Institut Valencia de Joventut, Generalitat Jove




Budget 2012



Contributions 327 356 310 000 304 992 Grants 50 000 50 000 50 000 Partial Agreement (CoE) 59 700 59 700 58 000 Other income 6 064 1 083 8 715 Total income 443 120 420 783 421 707


Personnel 188 749 187 000 241 952 Housing 19 435 20 440 25 377 Overhead 16 452 18 900 20 869 Depreciation 3 094 4 500 9 128 Statutory Events 22 908 20 500 41 704 Finance/legal 103 337 109 500 36 637 Programme 69 219 53 730 69 491 Total expenses 423 194 414 570 445 158



6 213

-23 451



31 DECEMBER 2012*



Tangible fixed assets

1 757


4 851

CURRENT ASSETS Debtors 325 292 262 648 Other receivables 25 940 27 315 Prepayments and accrued income 14 536 17 382 Liquid assets 78 781 49 796 Total Current Assets 444 549 357 142 446 306 361 993



EQUITY Capital


24 055


4 129

PROVISIONS Fund Membership development

15 000


CURRENT LIABILITIES Creditors 22 588 39 356 Taxes 1 107 8 568 Other debts/other liabilities 383 557 309 940 Total Current Liabilities 407 252 357 864 446 306 361 993

TOTAL LIABILITIES *including comparative figures for 2011



EYCA Annual Report 2012  

Annual Report of the European Youth Card Association for 2012.

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