EU Youth Strategy
- August 4, 2020
- Posted by: Besarta Verbovci
- Category: Blog
EU Youth Strategy
The EU Youth Strategy is the structure for EU youth strategy participation for 2019-2027, in light of the Council Resolution of 26 November 2018. EU youth participation will benefit as much as possible from the youth strategy’s latent capacity. It encourages youth investment in vote based life; it likewise bolsters social and community commitment and expects to guarantee that every single youngster has the vital assets to partake in the public arena.
European Youth Goals
The EU Youth Strategy centers around three center zones of activity, around the three words: Engage Connect Empower while chipping away at signed up usage across areas. During a 2017-2018 exchange process which included youngsters from all over Europe, 11 European Youth Goals were created. These objectives distinguish cross-sectoral territories that influence youngsters’ lives and point out difficulties. The EU Youth Strategy ought to add to understanding this vision of youngsters.
The EU Youth Strategy depends on a few instruments, for example, shared learning exercises, Future National Activities Planners, EU Youth Dialog, EU Youth Strategy Platform, and Evidence-based devices. The EU Youth organizer is the European Commission’s contact and noticeable reference point for youngsters.
More data on the adolescent strategy collaboration before 2019 can be found in the chronicles, including Council ends and goals embraced in the field of youth strategy somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2018
Summary of main actions
-Improve cross-sector cooperation across policy areas, including through an EU Youth Coordinator, to give youth a voice in shaping EU policies
-Track EU spending on youth;
-Launch a new and more inclusive EU Youth Dialogue, with a focus on youth with fewer opportunities;
-Remove obstacles to and facilitate volunteering and solidarity mobility;
-Implement a youth work agenda to increase recognition of non-formal learning;
-Reinforce the link between EU youth policy and related EU programmes (Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps).
In the coming years, the strategy strives to:
-Enable young people to be architects of their own lives, build their resilience and equip them with life skills to cope in a changing world;
-Encourage young people to become active citizens, agents of solidarity and positive change for communities across Europe, inspired by EU values and a European identity;
-Help prevent youth social exclusion;
-Improve the impact of policy decisions on young people through dialogue and addressing their needs across sectors.
Purpose, youth policy cooperation will undertake activities grouped around three areas of action.
ENGAGE: Fostering youth participation in democratic life
CONNECT: Bringing young people together across the EU and beyond to foster voluntary engagement, learning mobility, solidarity and intercultural understanding
EMPOWER: Supporting youth empowerment through quality, innovation and recognition of youth work