H2020 CATCH-EyoU Conference Young People as Active EU Citizens? Challenges and Visions on a Renewed Project for Europe, Athens, 2-4 March, 2017
Following proposals from representatives of the European Steering Committee for Youth and the Advisory Council on Youth for a publication on co-management, the Joint Council on Youth, the co-managed decision-making body of the youth sector, agreed that a study should be prepared on youth participation. In order to collect material to inform this study, we invite you to take part in a short online survey on youth participation, we welcome your views on this issue.
Do you have an idea for an eParticipation project for young people and need support? Then take part in the EUth Open Call and make your eParticipation project come true! In the framework of the research and innovation project EUth, the European Youth and Counselling Agency (ERYICA) will support 10 project proposals with 10.000 € each to implement youth eParticipation projects using the digital toolbox “OPIN”.
This consultation aims at collecting the views of stakeholders and individuals about youth policy co-operation in the European Union (EU), through the midterm evaluation of the EU Youth Strategy (2010-2018) and of the EU Council Recommendation on the mobility of young volunteers in the EU. The Eureopan Commission would also like to hear the views of the public on how co-operation on youth policy can be improved in the future.