The Programming Committee on youth expresses its concern about the future due to the challenging situation
During the 38th meeting of the Programming Committee on Youth (CPJ) in December 2017, CPJ members reviewed their work over the past 2 years.
Alice Barbieri, Gender Equality Rapporteur of the Joint Council of Youth, would like more youth-friendly material on gender-related issues
For the Youth Delegate Fausto Gernone, "young people are less vulnerable to populism".
Youth and populism: three questions to Marko Grdošić, Chair of the Joint Council on Youth and the Advisory Council on Youth.
During the World Forum for Democracy, Marko Boko talks about the rise of populism, e-democracy and young people.
In the following video, Ivana Jelaca and Miljana Pejic explain why the No Hate Speech campaign is so important to maintain in post-conflict regions.
Marko Grdosic reviews his 2-year mandate as chair of the Advisory Council on Youth
Britta Lessow Tästensen, president of the youth NGO Youth of European Nationalities, explains how to build bridges in Europe.
The vice-president of the youth NGO VYRE and representative of the Advisory Council on Youth explains how important it is to empower refugees
In this interview, Wolfgang Sieberth from the NGO Generation Europa stresses how non-formal learning enables young people to decide about their educational faith.
Interview with Jan Stola, coordinator of the international activity “Improving protection of rights and social inclusion of the European youth” by the regional network “Youth Organisations for Drug Action” (YODA) in May 2017
During its visit to the pilot activity "Youth Ambassadors Training Course #SolidActivists" in Ireland, the EYF interviewed in May 2017 two youth leaders about the No Hate Speech Movement in Ireland.
In May 2017, the EYF interviewed the project co-ordinator of the pilot activity "Youth Ambassadors Training Course #Solidactivists".
During its visit to the pilot activity "Youth Ambassadors Training Course #SolidActivists" in Ireland, the EYF interviewed a participant about the No Hate Speech Movement in Ireland.
The EYF has interviewed a participant during the EYF-supported pilot activity "Turn Hate Off", organised by NGO Droni, in Tbilisi, Georgia, between 14th and 20th of May 2017.