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Stronger youth organisations

The European Youth Forum strongly believes that young people deserve to be heard and that they need their own spaces and channels to voice their concerns.

This is why we need strong youth organisations! Youth organisations play an essential role to empower young people in society. They contribute to personal, social, political and economic development and can help tackle the key challenges facing Europe, such as youth unemployment, the erosion of social cohesion and political disengagement.

The amazing work of youth organisations must be recognised and invested in, allowing them to become stronger and better equipped to sustain this unique role.

Statement

All over the world, black lives matter

04. 06. 2020
Following another act of systemic racism and police brutality in the United States of America, large protests have been met with extreme violence. The European Youth Forum stands firmly against any form of racism, in solidarity with peaceful civil rights protesters and against any form of violent response.
News

#NextGenerationEU must not leave our generation behind!

28. 05. 2020
Yesterday on 27 May, the European Commission presented its revamped proposal for the next long-term budget (Multiannual Financial Framework, MFF) for 2021-2027. The financial and social impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is shattering and the Commission is also seeking to rapidly aid the Union and Member States with a new ‘recovery instrument’ called Next Generation EU.

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General phone line: +32 2 793 75 20
fax: +32 2 893 25 80
e-mail: youthforum@youthforum.org
Address:
Rue de l’Industrie, 10
1000 Brussels
Belgium

More information here.