The EU Youth Strategy is the framework for European cooperation in the youth field for 2019-2027. The Strategy is set to improve the situation of young people in Europe by creating more and equal opportunities for them in education and the labour market and by promoting their active citizenship, social inclusion and solidarity. To achieve this, the Strategy seeks to develop a transversal approach to youth issues. These will underpin the mutual learning activities that will take place in the future and the investments to be made through funding programmes such as Erasmus+.
Eurodesk has actively advocated for youth information to be better prioritised within the EU Youth Strategy. Eurodesk, European Youth Information and Counselling Agency (ERYICA) and the European Youth Card Association (EYCA) shared their views on how to make the renewed EU Youth Strategy for 2019 a success by writing the joint position paper “Engage. Inform. Empower”. The three organisations called for a comprehensive and coordinated approach to youth information and for recognising youth mobility as an integrated and overarching aspect of youth policy at local, national and European level.
- To engage, by fostering young people's participation in civic and democratic life
- To connect, by connecting young people across the European Union and beyond, to foster voluntary engagement, learning mobility, solidarity and intercultural understanding
- To empower, by supporting youth empowerment through quality, innovation and recognition of youth work
- Coyote - magazine about important issues in and around youth work in Europe and beyond
- Perspectives on youth - a series on youth policy, research and practice, having a European and international relevance
- T-kits - thematic publications written by experienced youth trainers providing easy-to-use handbooks for use in training and study sessions
- Youth Knowledge Books - the outcome of research seminars and expert workshops on priority topics of the EU-CoE Youth Partnership
- Eurodesk welcomes the adoption of the new Erasmus+!
- Space and participation for all: Eurodesk at the EU Youth Conference in March 2021
- The European Youth Work Agenda: on the path to recognition
- Opinion: After Covid-19 what’s next for Europe? A youth information perspective.
- Youth Goals in focus: Eurodesk at the EU Youth Conference in Bucharest
- Never a better Time to Move: Over 1000 events informed youth about opportunities abroad
- Eurodesk welcomes the EU Youth Strategy and calls for youth info to be a horizontal priority
- Opinion: Why are the 11 EU #YouthGoals important for Europe?
- Eurodesk reaction on the proposal for the next European Youth Strategy (2019-2027)
- Eurodesk at the EU Youth Conference in Sofia, April 2018