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Sustainability and Climate

not my COP of tea ⎸ COP27

News - 31/10/2022

How do you like your cup of tea? We like it green just as the COP27 should be. Is it really green though? The climate crisis is happening now and requires urgent action. But is limiting emissions going to be enough? Join us on our journey to COP27 and find out.

Sustainability and Climate

Open letter: The EU's economic rules must allow for the necessary spending on people and climate

Statement - 17/10/2022

Civil society, unions, think tanks and academics call for a new set of principles which aim at an economy that works for us all, scales up green public investment and promote human and planet wellbeing.

Mainstreaming youth rights in the UN human rights mechanisms

Publication - 10/10/2022

This paper analyses the extent in which young people’s rights are accounted for under three of the UN’s human rights mechanisms: the Universal Periodic Review, the UN Treaty Bodies, and the UN Special Procedures.

Fair internships

call us interns ⎸ film & networking night, 17 October

News - 05/10/2022

We want internships that pay. Meet the young people fighting back against unpaid work. It's us.

Are you one of us? Doesn't matter if you are an intern or not, come and join us for the film & networking night in Flagey on 17 October.

Democracy

There are as many Martins in the European Parliament as MEPs under 30

Press release - 15/09/2022

The new analysis released on International Day of Democracy finds that the number of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) younger than 30 is equal to the number of parliamentarians named Martin - six each.

Democracy

Making Digitalisation Work for Young People

Publication - 25/08/2022

Young people today are the first generation to have most of their lives reflected in online data, raising concerns about privacy, safety and wellbeing.