Play4Peace at the "Youth Inclusion Forum"

Life Project 4 Youth Belgium (LP4Y Belgium) is proud to launch the Youth Inclusion Forum Belgium, with its inaugural evening scheduled for November 30th at the European Parliament, focusing on the crucial question:

"Youth Exclusion in Brussels: How Can We Take Action?"

The Youth Inclusion Forum Belgium aims to engage the Brussels ecosystem in addressing the inclusion of young people (17-25 years old) facing significant precarity in Brussels, with a specific focus on "NEET" (Not in Education, Employment, or Training).

On November 30th, the event will kick off with a symposium bringing together real and potential actors from the Brussels ecosystem (businesses, associations, educators, philanthropists, volunteers, public authorities, etc.).

Ayman Ramdain, founder of Play4Peace, will have the honor of exchanging ideas alongside Bernard Clerfayt, Olivier De Schutter, Fatima Zibouh, Nicolas Janssen, Frédéric Simonart, Ihsane Haouach, Tahar El Hamdaoui, Ayman Ramdani, Charles-Henri de Maleissye-Melun, Farah Ridane, John Delaporte, and Jean-Christophe Tellier.

This will mark the beginning of a series of workshops spanning several years, dedicated to advancing the integration of young people in significant precarity in Brussels.

Date: November 30, 2023, from 7 PM to 10 PM

Location: At the European Parliament

The symposium will be followed by a networking session.

Registrations: via this LINK

"I had the opportunity to do an internship at Play 4 Peace alongside Ayman. During this period I had the opportunity to work on a lot of different projects and this allowed me to develop professionally but also personally. Play 4 Peace is a family that made me understand several things that will be useful to me throughout my life. I cannot thank Ayman enough for his kindness, his support and his sharing. It is an association which will remain engraved forever in me and I am proud to have been able to bring my little touch. "

Rafael Veloso
Former intern

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