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Youth Wiki Greece



University of West Attica (UNIWA) welcomes you at the Youth Wiki Greek website.

Learn more about the online Europe Encyclopedia of National Youth Policies.


The Youth Wiki project


The Youth Wiki is Europe’s online encyclopedia in the area of national youth policies. The platform is a comprehensive database on national structures, policies and actions supporting young people. It covers the ten main fields of action identified in the 2019-2027 EU Youth Strategy: Youth Policy Governance, Voluntary Activities, Employment & Entrepreneurship, Social Inclusion, Participation, Education and Training, Health and Well-Being, Creativity and Culture, Youth and the World, Youth Work. Currently, 34 countries participate in the Network.

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Policy Fields


Youth Policy Governance

Voluntary Activities

Employment & Entrepreneurship

Social Inclusion


Education and Training

Health and Well-Being

Creativity and Culture

Youth and the World

Youth Work


European Year of Youth


Young people are important change-makers and are essential to build peaceful and democratic societies. Europe wants and needs you to help build your future.  Are you ready to get involved in 2022 during the European Year of Youth?


National Correspondent – UNIWA


The University of West Attica, established in 2018, originates from three historical and dynamic educational and research entities in the region of Attica: the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, the Piraeus University of Applied Sciences and the National School of Public Health, which have produced thousands of graduates and contributed to the national and worldwide development through science, innovation and entrepreneurship. The first two Institutes have had a remarkable 45-year course since their establishment, nearly 20 years of which, in Higher Education. The National School of Public Health was founded in 1929, preserving an outstanding contribution of 90 years.



Erasmus+ Programme


The Youth Wiki is funded by the Erasmus+.

Erasmus+ is the EU’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe.