EU youth strategy

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EU youth strategy

  1. 1. EUROPEAN UNION’SSTRATEGY FOR YOUTH:INVESTING & EMPOWERING
  2. 2. CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES DEMOGRAPHICS GLOBALISATION DIVERSITY YOUTH CLIMATE MIGRATIONS CHANGE DEMOCRATIC SOCIAL PARTICIPATION CHALLENGES 2
  3. 3. EVIDENCE 1 in 7 leave school Almost 20% (96 million)early with only basic of current EU populationqualifications at best are aged 15-29. By 2050, young people will probably be around 15% Even before the current crisis, over 15% Around 20 % of are unemployed young people in (twice more than Europe are at total population). risk of poverty 3
  4. 4. A VAST CONSULTATION Dialogue, EuropeanYouth Events YOUNG Directors EU Youth Week PEOPLE Meetings MEMBER STATES National On-line Youth Questionnaire Councils Reports Visits(5500 responses) European Youth Forum EXPERTS Youth Youth in Researchers Action programme 4
  5. 5. A NEW STRATEGYYOUTH – INVESTING & EMPOWERING Investing in Youth: putting in place greater resources in policy areas that affect young people in their daily life and improve their well being Empowering Youth: promoting the potential of young people for the renewal of society and to contribute to EU values and goals 5
  6. 6. A STRATEGY FOR 9 YEARS (2010-2018)The EU’s vision for young people!A long term strategy (9 years) with a shortterm impact (3 years)!A priority of the EU social agenda! 6
  7. 7. PARTICIPATION HEALTH & SPORT CREATIVITY & ENTREPRENEURSHIP VOLUNTEERING IMPROVING ACCESSEMPLOYMENT YOUTH & THE WORLDEDUCATION FOSTERING SOCIAL SOLIDARITY INCLUSION CREATING OPPORTUNITES
  8. 8. MOBILISING ALL KEY POLICIES IN 27 MEMBER STATES!Youth policy can’t advance without effectivecoordination with other sectorsYouth policies can contribute in areas such aschild and family policy, education,employment, social inclusion, housing,healthcare and gender equality 8
  9. 9. ACTIONS EDUCATION Develop out of school learning to help early school leavers FORMAL YOUTH Make available good quality EDUCATION WORK guidance and counselling services Use Europass and provide certificates such as YouthpassLIFE LONG FIGHT AGAINST LEARNINGLEARNING EARLY SCHOOL MOBILITYSTRATEGY LEAVING 9
  10. 10. EMPLOYMENT A KEY PRIORITYACTIONS Lower barriers to the free movement of labour across the EU Develop youth employability through youth work COORDINATION INVESTMENT OF ACTION IN MS & EU IN RIGHT SKILLS Promote quality internships and employment schemes
  11. 11. ACTIONS Develop start up funds Encourage recognition of junior CREATIVITY & enterprisesENTREPRENEURSHIP Widen access to creative tools, particularly those involving new technologies ENTREPRENEURIAL CREATIVE MINDSETS SKILLS YOUTH TALENT CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT EXPRESSIONS
  12. 12. ACTIONS HEALTH & SPORT Mobilise all stakeholders at local level to detect and help young people at risk OBESITY Promote training opportunities for youth workers and youth leadersSEXUAL MENTAL Develop tailor-made informationHEALTH HEALTH on health and mobilise youth 5 HEALTH PROBLEMS information network YOUTH WORKERS INJURY ADDICTIONS SPORTING HEALTH ORGANISATIONS PROFESSIONALS
  13. 13. ACTIONS PARTICIPATION Develop quality standards on youth participation, information and consultation NON- Promote e-democracy to reach ORGANISED LEARNING out to more non-organised YOUTH youth REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY To revamp the European Youth Portal and promote greater LOCAL COMMUNITIES outreach to young people QUALITYINFORMATION 13
  14. 14. ACTIONS SOCIALUse of EU Funds andexperimental programmes INCLUSIONAddress homelessness, housingand financial exclusion Poverty & Social COMPLEXPromote access to quality Exclusionservices, e.g., transport,e-inclusion, health, socialservices MOBILISATION OF ALL THREAT ACTORS
  15. 15. ACTIONS CITIZENSHIP &Enhance skills recognition EMPLOYABILITY COMMITMENT &through Europass and EMPOWERMENTYouthpassReflect on ways to better VOLUNTEERINGprotect rights of volunteersand assure quality involunteeringDevelop national approacheson mobility of youngvolunteers CREATING NEW OPPORTUNITIES RESPECTING DIVERSITY
  16. 16. YOUTH & Youth THE Networks ACTIONS WORLDEncourage green patterns of Toolsconsumption and production withyoung people MILLENIUM GOALSSupport the development of youthwork on other continents CLIMATE CHANGERaise awareness on fundamentalrights and development issuesworldwide with young people
  17. 17. YOUTH WORK 17
  18. 18. YOUTH WORKYouth work can help to deal with unemployment,school failure, social exclusion, provide leisure time,increase skills and support the transition from youth toadulthoodYouth work should be supported, recognised for itseconomic and social contribution, and professionalised
  19. 19. TOOLS NO REVOLUTION, BUT BETTER IMPLEMENTATION! • Reporting…………………… • Evidence-based policy-making….. • Peer-learning between countries……… • Structured dialogue with young people…… • Mobilisation of programmes and funds ……..…• Cooperation with other institutions and organisations
  20. 20. PEER-LEARNING BETWEEN COUNTRIESTHEMES:• Cross-sectoral Cooperation• Youth Work• Youth Volunteering PEER- LEARNING• Youth Health HIGH LEVEL SEMINARS «CLUSTERS»
  21. 21. STRUCTURED DIALOGUE WITH YOUNG PEOPLE Countries are invited to organise a permanent and regular dialogue with young people Improvement of the dialogue at the European level Proposed themes for the next years:• Youth Employment• Youth and the World
  22. 22. EVIDENCE-BASED POLICY-MAKINGBetter knowledge is a must for sound policy!Proposed studies: Baby Bonds – the use of funds to support youth autonomy later in life Social and Economic Impact of Youth Work Youth e-participation and Information Society
  23. 23. REPORTING SIMPLIFIED REPORTING EVERY 3 YEARSCOUNTRIES YOUTH IN REPORTS JOINT FIGURES COUNCIL & COMMISSION REPORT
  24. 24. MOBILISATION OF PROGRAMMES AND FUNDSYOUTH IN ACTION PROGRAMMEOTHER PROGRAMMES AND FUNDS:• Culture• Lifelong Learning• PROGRESS• MEDIA• Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs• Competitiveness & Innovation Programme• Structural Funds
  25. 25. COOPERATION WITH OTHER ORGANISATIONS COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNIONEUROPEAN COMMISSION EUROPEAN PARLIAMENTCOMMITTEE OF REGIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE COUNCIL OF EUROPE
  26. 26. SETTING UP A NEW ERA! THANK YOU!MORE INFORMATION:http://ec.europa.eu/youth/index_en.htmhttp://europa.eu/youth/index.cfm?l_id=en

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