Less than six weeks are left until the Global Goals for sustainable Development are launched at the United Nations. To celebrate this, the World’s Largest Lesson will take place in schools around the world. To prepare, a toolkit has been launched.
“We need to look towards the youth to [carry out development projects], we need to educate the youth on how they can get involved. Because in 15 years’ time, it’s still going to be today’s young people who will be neck deep in this.
Young People not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET): An Overview in ETF Partner Countries, by Ummuhan Bardak, Martino Rubal Maseda, Francesca Rosso, ETF August 2015, Turin:www.etf.europa.eu/web.nsf/pages/NEET_ETF
“The European Commission should continue investing in youth participation because we [youth] would like to be involved in spaces like forums, boards, in networks so that we can say what we want for our communities; so that we can be part of decision-making; and so that we can say to the rulers wh