Youth for Exchange and Understanding (YEU)
Jeunesse pour l'échange et la compréhension
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1986-08-28 Strasbourg France
28 Aug 1986, Strasbourg (France), following 4 years cooperation and annual international meetings initiated at a meeting, 1983, Germany FR.
Promote peace, understanding and cooperation among young people, both between and within continents, in a spirit of respect for human rights, particularly by exchange of information; stimulate mutual aid in developed and developing countries for cultural, educational and social purposes; encourage interdenominational exchange of ideas and opinions; improve relations among youth of countries with differing political systems; work together on issues affecting people and their environment.
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