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Fair internships

High Quality or Unpaid and Unregulated? Uncovering National Internship Policies in Europe

Publication - 25/04/2022
Internships are often a first step in a young person’s working life. However, depending on where you are in the EU, your chances of being…
Mental health

Speak up for mental health

News - 21/04/2022

Let's shape a better life and brighter future for young people by speaking up about mental health. Everyone needs and deserves access to mental health care. Are you ready to take action? Join us for the European Mental Health Week!

Snapshot from Tirana - Latest news from the European Youth Capital 2022

News - 13/04/2022

This year, more than ever, Tirana is putting the spotlight on young people. The Youth Capital for 2022 has already kicked off the year with many activities and events focusing on young people, allowing them to integrate as much as possible in various areas of their daily life.

So what have you missed? Here is the latest snapshot of all the activities Tirana has organised under the European Youth Capital 2022 title so far.

Why we need to address polarisation if we want to tackle the climate crisis

Publication - 12/04/2022
This opinion piece represents the views of the authors and does not represent the views or position of the European Youth Forum, its Board…

European Youth Capital 2025 - final 4 cities revealed!

News - 07/04/2022
The competition to become European Youth Capital 2025 is heating up! After receiving applications from 19 cities, the Jury has now…

Manifesto for a Green, Just and Democratic European Economic Economy

Statement - 15/03/2022

The European Youth Forum, with more than 270 academics, think tanks, and civil society organisations from all EU 27 Member States, have published the Manifesto for a Green, Just, and Democratic European Economy, calling for fundamental reform of the EU’s Economic Governance Framework.