Making digital youth participation easy: launch of refreshed platform OPIN.ME
We are pleased to announce the launch of refreshed platform OPIN.ME, which improves the lives of both previous users and anyone is wondering how to run a successful digital youth participation project.
Study session about e-participation in Strasbourg, France
The study session “Youth e-participation matters – Transferring local youth participation in decision-making processes to the digital sphere” takes place between 10th and 16th of October. Application deadline: 15 August, 2021.
The Youth Dialogue on Internet Governance (YOUthDIG) is a yearly pre-event to the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) to foster active youth participation. Participants discussed and finalised Youth Messages 2021.
Launching Pilot projects in Malta, Slovenia, Georgia and North Macedonia
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.
Coalition of youth organizations SEGA and the Municipality of Ohrid, Macedonia signed a Memorandum of Cooperation in the beginning of December 2020 in order to implement a new law on Youth Participation and Youth Policies.
“Youth Horizons”, in the framework of the DIGY project, organized a local e-participation project that held its kickoff event in Georgia on November 14th at the Hilton Batumi in the framework of the DIGY project.
Towards 2030: reviewing the draft National Youth Policy
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.