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The Fundamental Rights Forum 2021, organised by the EU Fundamental Rights Agency, will provide a space to discuss Europe’s most pressing human rights challenges together with young people, policymakers, and civil society representatives. The event will take place in a hybrid form on 11-12 October, with sessions being organised all over Europe (Vienna, Strasbourg, Geneva, Warsaw, Ljubljana, Oslo) and online.

What’s more - all events will be livestreamed!

This year, the Forum will focus on two overarching themes: young people and the future of Europe; and the Covid-19 recovery. The European Youth Forum will be there to discuss all things youth rights and we would look forward to welcoming as many participants as possible to our sessions!

Join us for the following sessions:

  • Beyond Lockdown: the ‘pandemic’ scar on youth 11 October, 15:30-16:30 (in Vienna and online)

Beyond lockdown: the pandemic scar on youth 11 October

  • Better data to support our fight #ForYouthRights 12 October, 15:45-16:45 (online)

Better data to support our fight for Youth Rights join us on 12 October

Find out more and register to attend our sessions here.

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