The Young Perspective on Europe
In order to succeed Europe has to be a “citizen project”. It needs fresh ideas and innovative concepts as well as strong support from the younger generations. And Europe’s youth really does wish to participate: all they need is the access to the decision-makers and opinion leaders who currently shape the future of Europe. The FutureLab Europe programme aims to bridge this gap by empowering the voice of young people.
Aged 20 to 30, the 105 participants of FutureLab Europe from 30 countries – EU and non-EU – contribute their young and innovative ideas to current European topics:
1. Democratic values in Europe:
What should the EU and its member states do to ensure active democracies in Europe?