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Enter! Youth week is approaching!

Strasbourg 7-12 July 2019
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Enter! Youth week is approaching!

The call for participants for the "Enter! Youth Week, Nos droits, notre vie" is now closed and the participants will be selected soon. This week will associate young people and youth workers to review the process of the implementation of the recommendation by the member states and other partners.

In 2019 the Joint Council on Youth is reviewing how the recommendation is being applied in youth policy and youth work across the member states and what impact it has on young people from disadvantaged neighbourhoods. The key purpose of the Enter! Youth Week, organised at the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Council of Europe and in the framework of the French Chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers., is to review the recommendation and discuss the findings and recommendations from the review process. The week should also be an example of young people’s participation in the Council of Europe’s mission and work.

Youth workers and young people will also share experiences concerning access to social rights from a local point of view. These experiences will then be taken into account at national and European level so as to improve the outcomes and findings of the Enter! Recommendation review process. The week will bring together some 300 young people and youth workers, along with representatives of youth organisations and local authorities promoting access of young people to their rights.

This event have the support of the city of Strasbourg, the French Ministry of Education and Youth and the European Youth Forum

More and updated information available on the dedicated page: