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Get ready to LevelUp! Boost your skills & accelerate change

News - 04/08/2022
What if the European Parliament could be transformed into a 2 day bootcamp for 1,200 young people from across Europe to boost their…

Snapshot from Tirana - Here comes summer in the European Youth Capital 2022

News - 22/07/2022

What’s a young person to do during the lazy hazy days of summer in the city? Where to go to have some fun with friends and where to get much-needed relief from the heat? Tirana has all the answers. Catch up with the latest news from the European Youth Capital 2022 and let yourself be inspired for the summertime.

Ukraine

Joint statement: European Commission must guarantee a meaningful role for civil society in ‘RebuildUkraine’

Statement - 06/07/2022
European civil society has been standing and continues to stand in solidarity with Ukraine and its people in the face of Russian aggression…

The Network of European Youth Capitals makes it official!

News - 15/06/2022

During the 4th Europe Goes Local event on 17-19 May 2022 in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, the mayors and deputy mayors of three former European Youth Capitals (EYCs) signed the official creation of the Network of European Youth Capitals.

Research on volunteer-based youth work

Publication - 13/06/2022

The European Youth Forum, as a platform for more than 100 youth organisations, predominantly relies on volunteer-based youth work. To help understand and recognise the value of volunteer-based youth work, we conducted this research with nearly half of our member organisations.

Open letter to MEPs: Don't give a hand to EU greenwashing

Statement - 13/06/2022

The European Youth Forum is calling on Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) to stand for our future and vote against the EU Taxonomy Complementary Climate Delegated Act, which entrenches reliance on fossil gas and nuclear power.