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The Body Shop and the European Youth Forum launch a petition calling on all European governments and the European Parliament to lower the voting age to 16 for all local, regional, national and European elections.
Summer is almost over, but that's not changing the mood in the European Youth Capital 2023. While some of us are preparing to go back to school or university, Lublin is offering plenty of exciting events. Got no plans for this autumn? Visit this vibrant city in September for festivals and sports competitions that will make you want to stay outdoors.
The implementation of the Digital Services Act is their chance to prove it.
Tomorrow, social media and tech companies will publish their assessments of the risk that their platforms pose to society. This is a crucial step towards transparency and accountability, but will it be enough to protect young people’s wellbeing online?
The temperatures are getting higher in Lublin 🌴 Travel with us to the European Youth Capital for a chill summer full of unforgettable experiences, concerts, festivals, sports, and lots of fun. We will be there too!
Today, the European Parliament voted in favour of the report on quality traineeships, which calls for legislation to finally #BanUnpaidInternships. We are one step closer to putting an end to unpaid work. Here's what Mark McNulty, Board Member of the European Youth Forum said in response to the vote.
The Mental Health Awareness Month just ended and we have more news coming up. June 2023 presents an important moment for those calling on the European Union to prioritise mental health. Wondering why? The first thorough approach to mental health will be presented by the European Commission. Here is what to expect.