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.
new and innovative forms youth participation in decision-making processes. Deadline for submitting expressions of interest: 28 July 2016
"How to ignite the spark? Understanding alternative and diverse forms of participation in democratic life and empowering multipliers to support them"
JUGEND für Europa, the German “Erasmus+” National Agency, is looking for three researchers/experts on the three thematic fields covered by the participation labs (one per topic and per lab).
We look forward to welcoming you on Monday 30 at the European Youth Centre in Budapest.
The European Youth Event (EYE) takes place in the European Parliament seat in Strasbourg on 20-21 May 2016. It is a unique opportunity for thousands of young Europeans to make their voices heard.
The EU-CoE youth partnership will contribute to the roundtable on recognition.
More than half of young Europeans aged 16-30 feel marginalised in their own country due to the economic crisis, but few want to move abroad because of it, finds the latest Eurobarometer poll, commissioned by the European Parliament and published on Friday. Nevertheless, for almost all respondents it is important to learn about the EU and how its institutions work.
This Eurobarometer survey, for which 10,294 Europeans aged 16-30 were interviewed in the 28 EU member states between 9 and 25 April 2016, found marked differences among countries on most of the issues addressed.