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Youppi 16. Issue (English)
Youppi, named after the combination of the words Youth and Pi, is available for free and digitally in its sixteenth issue.
In our Pixel Report chapter, our association’s adventurous character Mahsun tells us about his own adventure and includes us in a pleasant conversation… In the Pi Destination chapter, we will examine the “Karl Vella Foundation”. In Pi Family, we will get to know Sümeyye Uçmaz more closely. Within the scope of the “International Youth Day” on August 12, in the Pi Special chapter, it is to conclude the problems surrounding the youth with the strength and unity of the youth, and to improve and conclude in line with the competent youth participation in universal problems. In this direction, we bring you an immersive episode with today’s titles under the title of “Transforming Food Systems: Youth Innovation for Human and Planetary Health” within the scope of the theme determined every year.
Local Youth Associations Network (LYAN), youth associations operating in different cities of Turkey, provide solutions to the problems of the young population they represent, as well as the opportunities offered by youth abroad; It is an online platform designed to make workshops, training, seminars, overseas projects or calls for volunteer teams more visible and easy for young people to access, believing that for this, they should take long-term, mutually supportive steps and strive to defend their rights. In this issue of our newsletter, we hosted the “Adıyaman Youth and Culture Association” on the LYAN platform. We are here with you with a pleasant chapter where the purpose, duties, ideals and target audience of the foundation, as well as the activities of the association, and a small introduction of the city of “Adıyaman”, where the association resides, are included.
On the other hand, the “İzmir” chapter, which contains another valuable part of our newsletter, we designed an article that aims to facilitate reading by appealing to the visual senses by making use of illustrations while reading the hearing-impaired individuals.