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Joint Recommendations from the EU Youth Conference in Thessaloniki

Through joint workshop sessions, young people, youth representatives and policy-makers from the 28 Member States came up with a list of 21 Recommendations regarding social inclusion and youth entrepreneurship, based around seven themes.


The main themes around which the 21 Recommendations were built are: 

  1. quality education – guarantee equal learning opportunities for all;
  2. quality transition – facilitate young people ́s transition to employment;
  3. quality jobs – secure quality employment for young people;
  4. dialogue and learning between generations – enhance inter-generational solidarity;
  5. active inclusion – create conditions for full inclusion of young people in society;
  6. youth entrepreneurship – boost entrepreneurship of young people;
  7. social entrepreneurship – encourage entrepreneurship with a positive social impact.
     

These recommendations serve as an input for the drawing up of policy-related documents, in particular:

  • Council Conclusions to promote youth entrepreneurship to foster social inclusion of young people; 
  • Council Resolution on the overview of the structured dialogue process including social inclusion of young people. 

 

The EU Youth Conference, hosted by the Greek Presidency on 10-12 March 2014, in Thessaloniki, was the third one within the Trio Presidencies (Ireland, Lithuania and Greece), focusing on the theme of youth entrepreneurship to foster social inclusion of young people.