DYPALL Network presents the first publication of its study on models of youth participation in decision-making processes at the local level.
We are constantly thinking about how democratic processes can be improved. Improved, for us, above all means: more participatory, more transparent and more equal. This is a great challenge that we try to meet with innovative digital tools that are understandable and applicable for everyone.
Digital youth participation is an important vehicle for engaging youth in decision-making processes that affect them. In order to get young people to participate, it is important to use different formats and methodological means.
Maltese government published the draft youth policy for public consultation of its online platform. “Agenzija Zghazagh” involved young people during the consultation process about the draft National Youth Policy through eParticipation.
DIGY is building a network of European eParticipation practitioners – people who are passionate about and want to explore digital ways of youth participation. eParticipation matters even more in current times. The OPIN Community offers a space for exchange on projects, asking questions to like-minded and experienced peers, establishing links to organisations from across Europe […]