Sign up now to take part in EU4Youth Days 2022!
September 22, 2022

Sign up now to take part in EU4Youth Days 2022!


Registration has opened for this year’s EU4Youth Days on 11-12 October, which for the first time will bring together youth workers and practitioners, policy makers and researchers from the Eastern Partnership region, the Western Balkans and Turkey, and the EU’s Southern Neighbourhood. 

The two-day event will offer an opportunity for discussions about youth participation and dialogue, youth employment and entrepreneurship, the green transition and digitalisation. The European Year of Youth 2022 highlights the importance of youth in constructing a better future – one that is greener, more inclusive, and digital.

Day one of the EU4Youth Days will focus on strengthening youth capacities to develop their own resilience, with participants from all three regions sharing their experience on how to build partnerships with young people in addressing challenges that affect them. This part of the event takes place in Brussels, with online attendance available only to registered participants.

The second day will take place entirely online, through a virtual space where participants can share and discover good practices on a wide range of themes around youth support in the EU and beyond. 

Visit the EU4Youth days website to find out more and register for online participation.

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