the latest from the youth forum
What's new? Check out the latest news, reports, statements and more from the Youth Forum.
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.
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.
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.
Why Stockholm+50 was not your typical UN conference and why is that a reason for hope? Let us take you to Sweden! Last week, we attended the United Nations Stockholm+50 conference, a seminal event 50 years after the first UN conference on the environment.
Spring is here. Days are getting longer, temperatures are rising and plants are blooming in time for summer. Spring is also a perfect time for outdoor activities, events, and festivals. Tirana is an excellent example that offers plenty of opportunities for youth engagement this spring. Catch up with the latest news from the European Youth Capital 2022!