We are going to hear a lot about ‘Politics’ in 2016.
How much are we going to hear about ‘young people’ and politics? That is up to YOU!
Join us on January 30th for the first of four meetings over five months to explore how we can influence policy makers on our recommendations for a better Ireland for young people.
Get more details and sign up for the event here:
Download our final report of the work done over the past 18 months on the topic of political empowerment:
If you would like a hard copy, please contact email@example.com and we will send you one.
What is Structured Dialogue?
Young voices is part of ‘Structured Dialogue,’ a European programme which makes sure the opinions of young peopleand youth organisations are taken into account when youth-related policies are being developed in the EU. Structured Dialogue brings together young people and policy-makers across the EU to jointly discuss and feed into youth policy at national and European level.
How Structured Dialogue works
The structured dialogue programme is carried out in work cycles of 18 months, eachfocusing on one topic, which is discussed by young people and policy-makers in allEU Member States. The results of these discussions form the basis for the joint debatesbetween young people and Ministry representatives from all EU Member States at theEU Youth Conferences, organised by each Presidency every six months. More info at www.youth.ie/youngvoices