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Making Digitalisation Work for Young People


Moving towards digital brings many improvements to young people’s lives, in the form of access to information, new job opportunities, increased convenience and accessible entertainment.

However the online world is not without its dangers. Young people today are the first generation to have most of their lives reflected in online data, raising concerns about privacy, safety and wellbeing.

This position paper details the key challenges surrounding digitalisation for young people in Europe and highlights the demands of the European Youth Forum to address them. We must ensure that young people’s rights are protected, and that we are choosing the digital Europe that young people want.

Making Digitalisation Work for Young People

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