Partial Agreement on Youth Mobility Through the Youth Card
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13 Sep 1991, between D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE) and E-XF5016 - European Youth Card Association (EYCA). Within the framework of D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE), when adopted by E-XE8838 - Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. Previously known as Partial Agreement on the Youth Card.
Promote and facilitate mobility of young people in Europe through extending advantages accorded by young persons' travel cards systems in each country to holders of cards from other signatory countries.
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Coordinating Board of the Partial Agreement on the Youth Card comprises: 8 representatives of states party to the Partial Agreement, designated by the Committee of Ministers and having national youth card organizations; 8 members of E-XF5016 - European Youth Card Association (EYCA); 1 representative of the Advisory Council of E-XE0947 - European Youth Centres (EYCs). EYCA proposes the broad lines of the programme. Meetings assured by the Secretariat-General of the Council of Europe.
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