On 29 March 2017 the members of the Congress adopted a report presented by Eunice Campbell-Clark (United Kingdom, SOC) containing a set of proposals on concrete policies to support young Europeans’ access to autonomy and working life. ‟We want young people, including the most vulnerable, to be fully-fledged citizens who enjoy their rights without any discrimination and are considered as legitimate partners for public authorities” said the Rapporteur. ‟First employment” contracts, official recognition of internships and voluntary work as professional activities, access to affordable housing, free health centres and human rights education are measures which can be taken by local and regional authorities, if they fall within their competence. Youth delegates aged between 16 and 30 from 44 countries actively participated in this debate together with the members of the Congress.
Interview with Ms. Eunice Campbell-Clark
File: 32nd Session of the Congress