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The Young Centre (YC) (Polish: Młode Centrum) is a Polish liberal youth political organization that was established in Poznań 2001. It is a member of IFLRY (and a host organisation of its Annual Conference in Poznań in 2004) and LYMEC.
In 2005, Young Centre split from the Democratic Party (formerly the Freedom Union). It has focused on pro-European and pro-liberal activities. The current chairman is Kamil Wiszowaty.
Among the activities undertaken by Young Centre in the recent years, there are:
Seminars and conferences on various topics around personal and economic liberty, e.g., the limits of freedom in art, personal entrepreneurship, the challenges of democracy
In 2004, Młode Centrum sent its observers to the presidential elections in Ukraine under the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe mission. The members of YC were also present at various elections in countries of limited or virtual democracy: Belarus, Moldova, Azerbaijan.
- article about Young Centre
- The Warsaw branch of Young Centre
- An article about YC's National Conference in 2005
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