This week marks the 8th anniversary of PRISMA European Network, a community of youth organizations passionate about digital youth work. Over the years, the network has grown in size and impact, with 30 member organizations from 20 countries in Europe and neighboring regions.
The past year has seen the addition of four new member organizations: ProActive Group Georgia, AEKA Creative Studio Istanbul, EuroMuévete, Málaga, and Balkan Youth Activism, Korçë. This expansion has brought together even more diverse perspectives and experiences, helping to strengthen the network and its collective mission.
PRISMA was launched on April 18, 2015, in Cluj Napoca, Romania, during the European Youth Capital year. Since then, the network has achieved many important milestones, including the development of the EQYP quality standard for digital youth work, which was launched in Yerevan, Armenia, in 2015.
PRISMA has made a significant impact on the world of digital youth work over the past eight years, and its members are excited to continue working together towards a common goal. The network's passion for digital youth work has brought together a community of organizations dedicated to empowering young people and ensuring that they have the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the digital age.
As digital technology continues to shape the world around us, PRISMA remains committed to keeping up with the latest trends and ensuring that youth organizations remain relevant in the digital age.
According to Gabriel BREZOIU, President of PRISMA, "Young people are getting more and more digital, thus the challenge of the youth organizations is to keep up with the trends and to remain relevant in the digital age. Digital transformation is one of the 3 main pillars of the European Commission and PRISMA is happy to bring its contribution."