Intercultural Youth dialogue asso-ciation(IYDA) was founded in 2009 by a group of highly motivated young people from different background. We are registered as a nongovernoment organisation at the Egyptian ministry of social solidarity.
IYDA is a member of Europemobility Nertwork and co-operstion with organization in various countries around the Globe . We ,volunteers at the age from 15 to 35,provide education training and cultural exchanges for younth in order to encourage fellowship among nations. Our main mission is to promote peace and mutual understanding through international exchange program for the youth
Our association places the idea of cultural differences at the core of all its activities with a
great emphasis on human rights. We believe in the essential value of cultural diversity and
are convinced that intercultural understanding is a key condition for a more peaceful
To this day, the IYDA regularly organizes events and training seminars on leadership and
communication skills as well as international exchange programs in order to spread its
ideas to as many societies and people as possible. By doing so, IYDA tries to sustain the
concept of equal chances among youth, to promote the women's role and to enhance
Implementing exchange programs with Europe and the MEDA, we aim at improving the
intercultural dialogue in order to strengthen the importance of human rights among the
Egyptian community and throughout the world.
Though we are partners with many well-known organizations in the field of international
exchange, human rights and volunteerism, such as Youth for Understanding, we are
always looking for potential partnerships and networking possibilities to enhance the
understanding between Egypt and fellow nations from around the globe.
Together we can contribute to the buliding of youth capacity on a global scale.
IYDA and CSCS Italy
IYDA signing agreement with CSCS for mobility program
Winter Arab Youth Seminar
To educate school student to reuse,reduce and recycle use materials
Summer school Renewable Energy
Egyptian and Tunisian participants at their cultural night in Bonn,Germany