In 2019, Ekvalis started with the first and one of the largest efforts to tackle democracy topics through the youth perspective. With the support of the European Endowment for Democracy we opened our first youth democracy centers that represented a physical space where youth, youth activists, non-formal groups and movements can come together, build visions on improving the democratic landscape in North Macedonia, to strategize together and to prepare for actions. Through our Center we offered a diverse program related to enabling an environment where activists could come together, hosting Conversations with activists, dialogues and training. The space was open for free usage of under supported groups like the Union of High School students who used the space for their meetings and further on public actions for their rallying for change. Through the project, Ekvalis inspired a number of young people to take action in the form of non-violent street actions, guerilla actions and public interventions, that exercised civic activism with the youth – an important aspect of building sustaining democracies.