Entries by Andrej Müller


“I am part of the minority messenger project because I am especially keen on minority, as well as human rights. I thought that this campaign would really help to raise the awareness of minority issues and problems they have to face, among majority. The whole minority messenger project is very well prepared and is therefore […]

SAVE THE DATE: YEN goes 2019

As we are slowly approaching the end of the year, we are evaluating the past events, but at the same time already planning new activities in 2019. And there are some exciting things waiting for you! Under the motto “MYnority – My Say” we want to focus on youth participation as fundamental subject for young […]

Sashas Internship

In the beginning of July 2018 Aleksandra (Sasha) ZavjaIova joined the YEN-Office as an intern supported by the Erasmus+ Traineeship Programme. Her job focused on supporting a particular activity of YEN, which took place in late August – the Diversity Festival organised by YEN and its Member Organisation FYK – Jongereinferiening Frysk Ynternasjonaal (Western Frisians). […]

New Secretary General

As of September 1, 2018, Kasia Siemasz took over the management of JEV as successor to Roman Kühn. For several years she has been active in youth organizations and in recent years she has been working for the concerns of young people at international and European level. After completing the International Parliamentary Scholarship in the German […]


Cooking diversity, tasting minorities A new culinary trend is becoming increasingly popular among the YENies population. Developed by two teams of experts from YEN laboratories in collaboration with the best chefs from all over Europe, the revolutionary “minority diet” integrates ingredients of different origins into a unique YENy lifestyle. The well-kept secrets of grandmas’ from […]

“Building Bridges” at the Easter Seminar in Albania

This year’s Easter Seminar took place from the 7th till the 13th of April in Durrës, Albania – in a hotel that was situated a mere 5 metres away from the beach. Our member organisation CTarmA – the Aromanians/ Vlachs from Albania, spared neither costs nor troubles to make our stay as pleasant as possible. […]


I’m Ydwine and I’m West Frisian from the Netherlands. I think YEN is very important because it brings the youth minorities together and we can exchange experiences, talk about it and make the situation for everyone better.