European Youth Goals

#1 Connecting EU with Youth

Foster the sense of youth belonging to the European project and build a bridge between the EU and young people to regain trust and increase participation.

#2 Equality of All Genders

Ensure equality of all genders and gender sensitive approaches in all areas of life of a young person.

#3 Inclusive Societies

Enable and ensure the inclusion of all young people in society.

#4 Information & Constructive Dialogue 

Ensure young people have better access to reliable information, support their ability to evaluate information critically and engage in participatory and constructive dialogue.


#5 Mental Health & Wellbeing

Achieve better mental wellbeing and end stigmatisation of mental health issues, thus promoting social inclusion of all young people.

#6 Move Rural Youth Forward 

Create conditions which enable young people to fulfill their potential in rural areas.

#7 Quality Employment for All

Guarantee an accessible labour market with opportunities that lead to quality jobs for all young people.

#8 Quality Learning 

Integrate and improve different forms of learning, equipping young people for the challenges of an ever-changing life in the 21st century.

#9 Space and Participation for all

Strengthen young people’s democratic participation and autonomy as well as provide dedicated youth spaces in all areas of society.

#10 Sustainable Green Europe 

Achieve a society in which all young people are environmentally active, educated and able to make a difference in their everyday lifes.

#11 Youth Organisations and European Programmes

Ensure equal access for all young people to youth organisations and European youth programmes, building a society based on European values and identity.

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