Here are a number of measures member states can undertake:

  • Translate, publish and disseminate (in accessible formats) the text of the Recommendation and its user-friendly version in their national, regional and minority languages;
  • Prepare strategies, plans or measures to disseminate and apply the measures contained in the Recommendation, notably in co-operation with youth organisations, local authorities and youth services, including youth centres;
  • Support research and evidence finding about youth groups facing discriminatory practices on the grounds explicitly outlined in Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights or any other form identified in the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights, as well as obstacles to the right of young people to assemble peacefully and to freely form, join and be active in associations and trade unions;
  • Promote the sharing of practices and exchange of experiences among partners and stakeholders at both national and European levels.