Young Voices - EU Youth Dialogue

Calling all young people!

Join the National Youth Council of Ireland on April 16th in the EU Parliament Office in Dublin for the first big Young Voices event of 2019!

What's on the agenda for the day??

EU Parliament Elections - Lets get involved in getting young people involved!

Youth Check update - Young Voices progress.

NEW Cycle of EU Youth Dialogue - Looking at the theme's for the new Cycle and feedback from the first EU Youth Conference

EU Youth Strategy - It's new, it's powerful but what is in there?

EU Youth Goals - We have them, how do we make sure they have an impact?!

SDGs - ALWAYS on the agenda but what has happened in Ireland since we last met? Plenty!

 

Who: Young people 15-30yrs old who are interested in having their voice heard and getting involved in making positive change in Ireland and Europe!

What: A meeting of young people to contribute thoughts and ideas to the new Cycle of EU Youth Dialogue.

A discussion about young people and the EU Parliament Elections

Updates on all things Young Voices

Where: The European Parliament Office in Dublin

When: Tuesday April 16th 10.30am to 3.30pm

Why: Because Europe needs youth engagement now more than ever!

Deadline for registration is Wednesday 10th of April. You cannot attend without being registered and having a consent form filled in if under 18yrs . A waiting list will be activated when our numbers limit is reached.

Under 18? You must fill out a consent form so please email us for a copy and then scan/take picture and send to youngvoices@nyci.ie.

Youth Workers attending with young people will be asked to remain with young people for the duration of the event.

If you have any further questions don't hesitate to contact us youngvoices@nyci.ie

See www.youth.ie/youngvoices for more info on the journey so far.

These conversations are part of an 18 month process which links with the EU Presidencies of Romania, Finland and Croatia.

When

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Where

Europe House
12-14 Lower Mount St
Dublin Dublin 2
Ireland

Contact

National Youth Council of Ireland

Will you come?