Check out the European Youth Conference report
Last updated on Wednesday, 29/06/2022
The European Youth Conference brought together more than 300 young people and decision makers from all over Europe to discuss the commitment of young people for a sustainable and inclusive Europe. It was an opportunity to give young people a voice on these issues that are close to their hearts.
Organised by the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, in collaboration with the National Youth Council - CNAJEP - and with the support of the European Commission, the European Youth Conference was held virtually from 24 to 26 January 2022.
Broadcasted live from the European Parliament in Strasbourg, the event brought together more than 300 participants, including youth delegates from all over the EU, representatives of Member States' ministries, youth organisations, the European Commission, the European Parliament to discuss how to "Engage together for a sustainable and inclusive Europe".
The conference opened the 9th cycle of the EU Youth Dialogue, an EU wide participatory mechanism. Its aim was to define the priorities for the work of the 9th cycle in relation to the European youth goals #10 "for a green and sustainable Europe" and #9 "inclusive societies".
This conference focused in particular on how young people can be actors of change for the protection of the environment. 5 projects from young Europeans were awarded by a jury in the framework of the "Young and Eco-committed" competition.
The day after the event, the young delegates were able to present the conclusions of the conference to the European ministers for education and youth informal meeting on 27 January 2022 in Strasbourg.
Find all the work and conclusions of the young delegates in the conference final report below.
- English version
- French version