Conseil européen des jeunes agriculteurs (CEJA)
European Council of Young Farmers
Consejo Europeo de los Jóvenes Agricultores
Europäischer Rat der Junglandwirte
Conselho Europeu dos Jovens Agricultores
Consiglio Europeo dei Giovani Agricoltori
Europese Raad voor Jonge Landbouwers
Europaeisk Råd for Unge Landmaend
Evropaiko Simvulio Neon Agroton
1958-12-12 Rome Italy
Established as Liaison Committee of Agricultural Trade Union Youth Organizations by organizations representing young farmers from the six founding members of the European Economic Community.
Promote a younger and more innovative agricultural sector across the EU-27; create good working and living conditions for young people setting up in farming and those who are already “young farmers”.
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General Assembly; Praesidium; Presidency; Working Groups; Secretariat based in Brussels (Belgium).
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