Join us at the biggest meeting of the European Network of Youth Cancer Survivors - Youth Cancer Europe (YCE)

Join us at the biggest meeting of the European Network of Youth Cancer Survivors

Our remarkable project deserves an equally remarkable ending! 

Join us from 7 – 12 August 2024 in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, at the UNTOLD Festival for the grand finale of our EU-CAYAS-NET project! 

Young people aged 18 and above, living with or beyond cancer, are invited to register their Expression of Interest below for the chance to win a full pass ticket to UNTOLD, regardless of prior project participation.

  • Travel expenses and accommodation in student dorms are included.
  • While registration is open to the public, spots are limited. Selection will be made on a first come first served basis.

UNTOLD is one of Europe’s largest electronic music festivals and this edition will feature top artists like Martin Garrix, Sam Smith, Swedish House Mafia and Lenny Kravitz. Exclusive meet-and-greet opportunities will be arranged, offering some selected young cancer survivors the unique chance to go backstage, meet, talk, and engage with the artists.

The event is organised by Youth Cancer Europe and will gather all project participants and associated partners to celebrate the accomplishments of the two-year EU co-funded project. Topics of discussions and activities will include adolescent and young adult cancer care, mental health, quality of life, cancer survivorship, health equity, and more.

Let’s celebrate two years of hard work, dedication, and incredible achievements!

Learn more about the projects we are leading within EU-CAYAS-NET and about our participation in other EU-funded projects here.

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