YFJ: Youth information – backbone of a successful EU youth strategy
EURODESK AND EUROPEAN YOUTH FORUM SEMINAR
2 MAY 2017, BRUSSELS
The Eurodesk network and the European Youth Forum are inviting you to take part in a seminar on the role of youth information in the upcoming EU Youth Strategy as part of the European Youth Week 2017 and in the framework of the 60th Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome.
Europe offers many opportunities to young people, including grants to study, work or volunteer abroad through several community programmes. It also offers them channels to voice their ideas on the future of Europe, for instance, through the Structured Dialogue. However, we observe that only a minority of young people benefits from such opportunities.
The lack of information is among the main barriers to participation, as stressed by several reports and by young people themselves during the EU Youth Conferences. How can the European Union ensure a comprehensive and coordinated approach to youth information at local, national and European level?
During this seminar, representatives from various EU institutions, NGOs and youth information services will share their views with you on how to shape such a youth information strategy as the backbone of the upcoming EU Youth Strategy.
2 May 2017
13:30 – 14:00 Registration and coffee
14:00 – 14:10 Welcome words
14:10 – 17:10 Panel discussions
- Panel 1 – Youth Information: ensuring equal distribution of mobility opportunities
- Panel 2 – Youth Information: engaging more young people in EU policies
- Panel 3 – Youth Information: encouraging critical thinking and intercultural understanding
17:10 – 17:30 Closing words
17:30 Networking reception
Eurodesk Brussels Link
Rond-Point Schuman 6
1040 Brussels, Belgium
Participation is free of charge, but please register by 26 April 2017.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER