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EFIL presents: the Structured Dialogue
Transcript of EFIL presents: the Structured Dialogue
Still wanting more on Structured Dialogue??
WHAT CAN YOU DO?!?
Are you a AFS Board member, office staff or volunteer?
Fill in the questionnaire
SPEAK UP YOUR VOICE!!
To discuss with policy makers on European youth policy at national and European level
To involve a diverse range of young people and youth organizations in working together with policy makers for the purpose of joint policy making
After the initial cycle on the theme of youth employment (Jan 2010 – June 2011)
and the second cycle on youth participation
(July 2011 – Dec 2012),
the Team Presidency of the EU Council
will implement the third cycle of structured dialogue between January 2013 and June 2014.
The thematic priority?
Social inclusion of all young people!
Ask the EFIL Team : Elisa, Silvia and Liza
and check these links:
EFIL page: http://www.efil.afs.org/advocacy/advocacy-actions/eu-structured-dialogue-with-young-people/
A short video
The process http://www.youthforum.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2337%3Astroder-2&Itemid=28&lang=en
The European Commission http://ec.europa.eu/youth/focus/structured-dialogue_en.htm
To ensure that the opinion of EFIL and its volunteers is taken into account in defining youth-related policies of the European Union.
To offer AFS volunteers the opportunity of being active European Citizens and voice their opinions on relevant EU policies that have a direct impact on them as young people and the work of their organisation
WHY FOR EFIL