The mission of the ČRDM
The mission of the ČRDM is to promote conditions for quality life and overall development of children and young people.
ČRDM fulfils its mission by supporting non-formal education and activities of its members, especially by creating legal, economical, social and cultural conditions suitable for their activities. ČRDM represents interests of its members towards home and foreign bodies, organisations and institutions.
Czech Council of Children and Youth (ČRDM) was established in July 1998 by eight organisations of children and youth. Today it is composed of 97 member organisations with around 200 000 individual members – the organisations range from very small to the biggest ones; 9 regional youth councils are members of ČRDM as well.
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On-line CRDM's Helpdesk offers information on legislation related to youth organisations and answers other questions as well.
Roads to recognition
The project concerned exchange of good practices and the support for volunteering organizations in terms of methods and tools of skills recognition acquired through volunteering activity.
Project Kamchodit (WhereToGo) is a database of places for non-formal education in the form of an an interactive map.
VZOR – Education in organisations
The project offers educational courses to workers of CRDM's member organisations.
Bambiriáda is a unique presentation of leisure time activities offered by children and youth associations and leisure time centres in the Czech Republic.
Information and promotional campaign Chrudimsko-Hlinecko
The project aims to support tourism of children and youth in the Chrudimsko-Hlinecko region.
System for recording and evaluation of volunteer work as a means of improving transparency and efficiency in the economic management of NGOs
This three-day-long voluntary project is joined by thousands of volunteers, who do a lot of useful and beneficial work for their environment and local people.
ADAM.cz is a news and information service of children and youth associations aimed primarily at youth leaders, workers of leisure time centres, teachers and parents.
The Inclusion Project aimed at strengthening competences of non-formal educational institutions for work with children and youth with specific needs.
The Sametky project was an adventure game inspired by geocaching reminding of the troubled Czech history from 1968 to 1989.