Eolas faoi dheiseanna atá ann obair dheonach a dhéanamh
Eolas faoi phoist, fiontraíocht, tréimhsí oiliúna, agus obair shaoire
Deiseanna oideachais agus oiliúna ar fud na hEorpa
Do thuairim faoin bpolaitíocht agus faoin tsochaí a nochtadh, agus páirt a ghlacadh i nDialóg Struchtúrtha
Na healaíona agus siamsaíocht, eolaíocht agus nuálaíocht ar bharr do mhéar agat
Gach a mbaineann le do shláinte coirp, do shláinte mheabhrach agus le spóirt
Na cearta agus na seirbhísí a dhéanann slán sábháilte thú
Aithne a chur ar an domhan mór atá lasmuigh den Eoraip
Youth representatives, together with representatives from member states reflected on two fundamental dimensions of youth policies: the access to rights as well as the autonomy for young people.
The Structured Dialogue is a process for discussions between young people and policy makers about different themes, to make sure the opinions of young people are taken into account in defining the EU’s youth policies.
Structured dialogue and its outcomes over the years: in order for you to better understand the Structured Dialogue, you could have a look at the past cycles and how their outcomes were used to enrich EU policies with youth voices.
The Structured Dialogue national consultations take place twice each year and are organised by a National Working Group in each of the 28 countries that are members of the European Union.
The first cycle of the Structured Dialogue focused on the over-arching theme of 'Youth employment', with each phase building on the outcomes of the previous Presidency.
The second cycle of the Structured Dialogue focused on the over-arching thematic priority of 'Youth participation in democratic life in Europe', with each of the Presidency countries deciding on their own specific priorities.