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On 8 December 2022, the Council of the European Union deliberated the joining of Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania in the Schengen Area. Croatia was unanimously accepted, however, the application of Bulgaria and Romania was vetoed by the governments of Austria and the Netherlands.
Motion: Calling for access to education, civic space and funding for young people and youth organisations in Türkiye
The European Youth Forum and our member organisations urge the government to strengthen access to education and adequate housing, civic space and funding for young people and youth organisations in Türkiye.
The General Assembly of the European Youth Forum approved a motion calling the European Union to support the re-association of Switzerland to the Erasmus+ programme and ensure that all European countries are granted access to the programme.
The European Youth Forum welcomes the commitment of the Commission to propose a Council Recommendation on minimum income for adoption in 2022, to further implement Principle 14 of the European Pillar of Social Rights.
Our mission is to guarantee quality jobs for young people and a fair and decent future of work for the present and future generations. Platform work, if regulated, can represent a great opportunity for young people; our goal therefore is to ensure the protection and dignity of all persons performing platform work.
New research reveals the financial, social and mental costs that unpaid interns must pay in order to enter the labour market.