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Youth & Covid-19: Impacts on Jobs, Education, Rights and Mental Wellbeing

How do young people across the world feel about the impacts of Covid-19? To assess how the pandemic is impacting on the rights of young people and to bring youth voices to the forefront of action and policy responses, the European Youth Forum, joined efforts with the Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth, International Labour Organization, United Nations Human Rights Office, UN Major Group on Children and Youth, and AIESEC to run a global survey. 
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Safeguarding Civic Space for Young People in Europe

Over the years, we have, unfortunately, witnessed a crackdown against civil society, including youth organisations, in various European countries. This trend is continuing in 2020, with extremely worrying signs that the COVID-19 health crisis is being used to gain political control, putting many dimensions of civic space under threat. With our new study, Safeguarding Civic Space for Young People in Europe, the European Youth Forum aims to put the spotlight on challenges faced by youth organisations in Europe. 
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The European Youth Blueprint To Recovery

We, the young generation, might not be the most hit by the COVID-19 health crisis, but its consequences will form our disadvantage for decades to come, if no measures are taken. Since the beginning of the crisis, the European Youth Forum has worked to ensure that no young person was left behind and that youth organisations were supported in their solidarity actions. With this European Youth Blueprint to Recovery, we present a series of policy recommendations aiming at influencing the institutional response to the crisis.
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Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Module

This workshop module is designed primarily as a resource for the Member Organisations of the European Youth Forum, to inspire and support them in tackling the topics of diversity and inclusion in their everyday work. It is built on the basis of the Diversity & Inclusion Guidelines, with the idea to assist organisations to reflect on the meanings and key aspects around the topics, and introduce the guidelines in their work.
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Open Letter of the European Youth Forum to Ministers of Foreign Affairs

On behalf of over 100 national and international youth networks that represent millions of young people, the European Youth Forum calls on Ministries of Foreign Affairs to guarantee that the Youth Sector of the Council of Europe remains in the ordinary budget of the organisation.
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Debate-Watching Party Guidelines

The Maastricht Debate will be watched all over Europe. Why not get involved by joining in one of the many watch parties near you - or even organise your own! To bring the European debate to every corner of Europe, we encourage you to mobilise your own networks and organise events with your own local organisations, schools, universities, National Youth Council or even just your group of friends. Here are our ideas and guidelines to organising your own watch party.
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The Future of Work and Youth

The world of work is changing, shaped by four global megatrends: globalisation, climate change, demographic changes, and technological advancements. Each megatrend brings its own unique challenges for young people and the future of work, as well as some opportunities. With the potential of these megatrends to shape the type of work that is required, the type of work that is available, and who undertakes it and how, there is a need to reflect on the role and value of work in society and in people’s lives.
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YOMag 2018 edition

Introducing, the European Youth Forum's latest edition of our annual magazine - YO!Mag! This edition we have focused on Activism. For some people, it conjures up images of mass protests, demonstrations and placards with strong political slogans. For others, activism might bring to mind certain viral campaigns, social movements or even simply signing a petition. What underpins all acts of activism, however, is more than simply standing against something. It is fundamentally about bringing change.
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European Youth Capital Policy Toolkit

This toolkit aims at supporting European Youth Capitals in such an important policy coordination exercise. In line with the European Youth Forum’s goal of mainstreaming youth across different policy areas it is also important to take a consideration other important policies and trends such as human rights cities, sustainable development, building inclusive societies etc.

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