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🚀United in Diversity unites young people all over Europe

From April 14 to April 20, INEDNET’s team was in Strasbourg, France held at the European Youth Center of the Council of Europe.


The motto of this year’s study session was “United in Diversity,” which truly resonated with the diverse group of over 35 young people from various backgrounds and youth organizations across Europe and beyond. INEDNET was honoured to represent Armenia in this international gathering of young Christian leaders.



Organized in collaboration with and funded by the Youth Department of the Council of Europe, the session aimed to raise awareness about the impact of diversity and empower participants to advocate for inclusivity.



Throughout energizers, ice-breakers, and sessions, participants bonded and shared personal stories, expectations, and contributions. During the cultural evening, representatives from over seven countries showcased their national traditions, fostering cultural exchange and unity. The evening was filled with laughter, music, and a vibrant atmosphere.


The participants used the opportunity for a group visit to the European Parliament. They attended a hearing of the European Council and strolled around the majestic city of Strasbourg, visited different museums, and enjoyed picturesque scenery along the riverbanks. This visit not only enriched their understanding of European governance but also deepened their appreciation for the cultural richness of the continent.


The study session in Strasbourg provided an invaluable platform for young leaders to engage in meaningful dialogue, exchange experiences, and foster a spirit of unity amidst diversity. It underscored the importance of inclusivity and tolerance in building a more cohesive and harmonious society, echoing the values championed by both JECI-MIEC and the Council of Europe. 


As participants returned to their respective countries, they carried with them not only fond memories but also a renewed sense of purpose in promoting these ideals within their communities.




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