OVER 100 ATTENDEES FROM 22 COUNTRIES READ THE REPORT OF THE 2017 GENERAL ASSEMBLY You may also be interested in reading the BMJ article about the Vilnius event. Dear members and friends of Youth Cancer Europe, August 24 – 27, 2017 in Vilnius, Lithuania.
In July 2019, 80 participants representing 31 countries across all of Europe gathered in the stunning Hungarian capital of Budapest, to take part in Youth Cancer Europe’s first ever Leadership Summit.
In March 2019, our communications group joined forces with a number of professional creatives, influencers and industry leaders for The Incubator, a series of workshops and talks to shape YCE’s outfacing plan for 2019 and beyond.
To promote insurability of cancer survivors and enable young people to return to work, family life, making a home, start a family – Normal life after cancer.
At the end of May 2018, Youth Cancer Europe successfully wrapped up a 4-day induction week on the Fundamentals of EU Policy Making in Brussels, Belgium.
Dear YCE members, It’s competition time again! This time, Untold Festival have kindly given us 10 tickets to give away to cancer survivors to attend this year’s festival, which will be taking place 3rd-6th August in the buzzing capital of Transylvania, Cluj-Napoca, in Romania! Not only that, but you will also have the chance to…
It’s competition time! Electric Castle have kindly given us five pairs of tickets to give away to cancer survivors to attend this year’s festival, which will be taking place at the spectacular Banffy Castle in Cluj, Transylvania, Romania! With acts this year including Franz Ferdinand, Deadmau5, Alt-J, Paul Van Dyk, Zedd and many, many more,…
120 young cancer survivors from more than 8 European countries at Europe’s best new music festival, Untold 2015.
The Advocacy Masterclass spread over two days in support of youth cancer initiatives at national or international levels, to showcase and build on existing experience and best practice.
The focus of the Open Space Summit was to assess the most urgent unmet needs of young people across Europe and allow free discussion on topics most relevant for all participants in attendance, representing 15 European nations.