Participate! "TRAIN: Tracing Integration Policies through Structured Dialogue" consultations
This consultation is a tool to understand how young people are involved in the decision making process at European, national and local level. More specifically, it wants to give greater visibility to young people’s needs and ideas by identifying new trends in youth participation. The final purpose is to understand where to intervene in order to inspire EU youth policies at different levels.
It is part of the project “TRAIN: Tracing Integration Policies through Structured Dialogue” within the Key Action 3 of the Erasmus Plus programme which main scope is to increase the process of achieving the level of youth participation by creating a solid and reliable link between youths and policy makers mediated by European institutions and Civil Society Organization.
Do you know what “EU Youth Dialogue” is?
Do you have experience in “EU Youth dialogue” projects?
During the last two years, how you can measure your level of social and civic participation?
Completely: very high
Interested but not enough
Not at all
I don’t know/I can’t assess
During the last two years, did you vote in any political election (European, national, regional)? Multiple choice is possible:
Yes, at local level
Yes, at European level
Yes, at national level
I’m not interested
No, because I’m not old enough to vote
In the last year, have you participated in any activity from the following list? Multiple choice is possible:
Political organization or political party
Activities that promote human rights and freedom
Activities that promote the inclusion of migrants and people with some difficulties
Youth clubs for leisure time
None of these
If you could change one thing about youth policies by having a voice and influence in planning and decision making, what would it be? Multiple choice is possible:
Reduce the voting age
Virtual voting and/or speak
More opportunities of participation
More awareness from politicians
Promotion of social media, web and online tools of participation
I don’t know
What type of space of participation would you like to see in your community? (e.g. youth clubs, youth NGOs, etc.). Please briefly present your proposal:
According to the following list, in your opinion, which of the following topics should be a priority for the European Union? Multiple choice is possible:
Protection of the security of the citizens
Common values and safer countries
Soft and transversal skills
Management of migratory flows and integration of refugees
Cohesion and protection
During the 6th cycle if the EU Youth Dialogue, 11 European Youth Goals, chosen by young people, identifying cross-sectorial areas that affect young people’s lives and point out challenges. Which three do you agree the most with? Max 3 answers:
Connecting EU with Youth
Equality of All Genders
Information & Constructive Dialogue
Mental Health & Wellbeing
Moving Rural Youth Forward
Quality Employment for All
Space and Participation for All
Sustainable Green Europe
Youth Organisations & European Programmes
According to the last cycle of the EU Youth Dialogue and according with the priorities of the EU presidencies which three proposals from the following list do you agree the most with? Max 3 answers:
Educate young people in creative and immersive ways through innovative activities;
Promote the efficient countering of racism, intolerance, xenophobia, populism, anti-Semitism and discouraging hate speech;
Guarantee equality between women and men, along with empowering youth women in society and on the labor market
Create more opportunities for participation increasing the quality of the Erasmus+ programme and/or the European Solidarity Corp
Make progress in adopting a common European asylum system
Promote critical thinking and the capacity to use in a proper way web tools and to fight fake news and extremis
Easy access to information and opportunities for youths
My idea of future in Europe is... (Please do a short proposal):
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