The conference ‘Civil society support for refugees and migrants: decriminalising solidarity and providing humanitarian admission’, organised by the European Economic and Social Committee, gathered together activists, lawyers, NGOs
How can youth organisations work with young refugees? On 20 June 2017, World Refugee Day, the European Youth Forum and the Scout Movement organised an event concerning the sharing of good practice for integrating young refugees.
The conference “Overcoming Youth marginalisation”, organised by HRYO the 3rd May 2017, gathered judiciary experts, policy makers and first line practitioners to address the drama of young Europeans embracing violent extremism.
Tandem Project is an initiative that matches NGOs with refugees and asylum seekers that want to do a 2 weeks-voluntary service in Brussels
On behalf of the Federal Commission for Child and Youth Affairs, a survey of around 2,000 17-year-olds has been conducted to find out what they think about a variety of subjects – from family relationships and the armed forces to migration. Here's what it revealed.
Many of us spend part of every day online – using social media, messaging friends, watching TV or looking up information for school or work. But what happens if you become a target of online abuse?
Being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual or intersex (LGBTI) is still difficult in many countries and societies. Find out where to turn for help.
There are frequent reports in the media of young people from all over the world being radicalised. Find out how the EU is trying to stop this.
Breaking down prejudice – the camp where young people practice handling being different.
Ursina Giger belongs to a minority – a Swiss minority. Only 35,000 people in Switzerland speak Romansh.
Nine days, three cities, a single objective: to get people thinking about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual relationships.
All over the continent, too many people, communities and societies still suffer from the injustice and stigma that racism brings. What can you do?
One out of every 33 persons in the world today is a migrant, as more and more people are on the move today than at any other point in human history.
Fair treatment is a basic right in the EU but discrimination still exists in many forms, and it’s not always easy to identify.