THE EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON FUTURE EU YOUTH STRATEGY was held  3 and 4 May. 

You can read the report from the event HERE

New topics emerged from this report:

- Where do we go from here: Ambitions for the future EU Youth Strategy .

- Empowering young people to participate in society and express solidarity.

- Opening up the EU Youth Strategy’s method of cooperation .

- Structured Dialogue or unstructuring dialogue? 

- EU Youth Strategy: all you need is funding.

- The voice of youth outside youth policy: raising the volume or switching channel?

- How to deliver the 'best ever' EU Youth Strategy?

- The challenge ahead: Meeting the expectations of young people and their messages for
the future EU Youth Strategy

Key outcomes:

  • Promoting youth engagement, in particular through volunteering
  • Ensuring better links between funding sources for youth
  • More efficient cross-sectoral tools
  • Involving more actors in the cooperation
  • Youth participation: reform of the Structured Dialogue and beyond
  • Towards a more effective delivery of results

 

Our Legal represenrative - Gurkan Akcaer joined the Erasmus+ change-makers in the celebration of the 30 year of Erasmus+. 

In May he participated in the Events in Brussels in Panel 1 – Youth Information: supporting cohesive and inclusive societies and presented our project "IMAGINE: Migrant Journeys" and the board game "The Journey: Istanbul"