The European Youth Forum has launched a call to find its European Youth Capital (EYC) 2018. This title is awarded to a European municipality for a period of one year, during which it is given the opportunity to showcase its youth-related cultural, social, political and economic policies. Since 2014 the Congress has been endorsing partner of the EYC which encourages municipalities to implement innovative projects to promote the active participation of young people in society. Cluj-Napoca (RO) is the 2015 European Capital. In 2016 Ganja (AZ) will take over and then Varna (BG) in 2017. For any queries: Franziska Schwelm, Policy Officer Youth Participation, in the European Youth Forum (email@example.com).