Youth organisations are invited to:
- participate in the design, execution and evaluation of the implementation of the recommendation;
- advocate rights-based approaches in youth policy;
- support the dissemination of the recommendation;
- initiate and take part in projects based on the recommendation;
- promote the sharing of practices and exchange of experiences among partners and stakeholders at both national and European levels;
- participate in the periodical review of the implementation.
Examples of good practice from youth organisations
STUDY SESSION: Homeless rights are human rights
From 19-23 November 2019, FEANTSA Youth, in co-operation with the Council of Europe Youth Department, organised a study session on “homeless rights are human rights” in the European Youth Centre in Budapest.
FEANTSA Youth network brings together young people who work to prevent, reduce and end youth homelessness and advocates for housing rights, develops prevention strategies, raises public awareness, trains professionals and builds co-operation/coalitions within service providers and other stakeholders.