Online brainstorming lab “Rural youth for a greener and more inclusive Europe”

For the first time in 14 years, France has taken over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU) since January 1, 2022 – for the next six months. She intends to make youth one of the priorities of her mandate. On this occasion of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union (PFUE), the 9th cycle of the EU Youth Dialogue focuses on a first phase of collective work, which will begin in the form of online workshops.

These interactive workshops, useful for sharing tools and deepening knowledge on the themes of the European Youth Conference, revolve around the participation and commitment of all young people for a green, sustainable and inclusive Europe. These workshops are organized by partner organizations.

Their objectives are to initiate a dialogue with the young delegates of the Conference around programs, consultations on European issues and other initiatives mobilizing young people, directly related to the theme of the Conference and to share existing tools, methods and content on this work theme.

Lasting an hour and a half, each workshop can accommodate up to 20 participants and is held in French and English.

The MFR network is organizing a Brainstorming workshop with 4 sub-themes:

rural youth and the SDGs,

the voice of young people in rural areas including digital issues,

spaces of partnership and cooperation for rural youth

· rural youth and climate change.

Following the discussions in the sub-group, a graphic recording will be made from the summaries thanks to a graphic animator.

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