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Sustainable development

all we need is less ⎸ COP28

News - 30/11/2023

All We Need Is Less! 🌍🌟 We need to use less stuff and be kind to our planet! Dive into our journey to COP28 in Dubai, showing everyone how important it is to stop using too much and start protecting our world 🌿🌟

European Youth Capital

And the winner is: Tromsø European Youth Capital 2026

News - 27/11/2023

Breaking news Tromsø has been awarded the European Youth Capital 2026 title. Not only is Tromsø the “youngest city” in Norway, with almost 50% of its inhabitants under 35 years old, but also a city of 140 nationalities. So get ready for a fresh and diverse 2026 European Youth Capital experience. Get ready to meet the True North ❄️

Fiscal policy

EU Finance Ministers: Don’t fu** our future. FUND OUR FUTURE.

News - 09/11/2023

A coalition of NGOs and trade unions is calling on finance ministers to “FUND OUR FUTURE” ahead of key discussions by EU finance ministers on new fiscal rules.

European Youth Capital

Countdown to the European Youth Capital 2026: What do the finalists have to say?

News - 30/10/2023

The wait is almost over. With the nerve-wracking announcement of the European Youth Capital 2026 just around the corner, it's time to find out how the 5 finalists are doing. How are Izmir, Malaga, Sarajevo, Tromsø, and Vila do Conde preparing for the final stage of the selection journey?

Europe: frozen progress for young people  in the past 10 years
Youth Progress Index

Europe: frozen progress for young people in the past 10 years

Press release - 19/10/2023

New data published today by the European Youth Forum and the Social Progress Imperative find that Europe made very little progress since 2011 on youth rights and wellbeing, and no progress at all since 2018.

Board reaction to the terror attack in Israel

Statement - 11/10/2023

We condemn Hamas’ terrorist attack on civilians in strongest terms. We are also deeply worried about the scale of Israel’s military retaliation and the blockade. Our condemnation against all forms of violence, aggression and reprisals against the civilian population is absolute.