I have always been a very active person, I like to be everywhere and exploit my passions to the fullest. My main problem, lack of time. I love music which is related to my main passion, dance. I have spent many years of my life exploring the secrets of improvisation in dance and I often […]
You could say it my engagement with equalising access to opportunities for all to all started about twelve or thirteen years ago. I decided to become a scout, first just for fun, and that’s where my involvement with my community started. Over time I realised that young Lithuanians were not aware of the opportunities they […]
“If you want something, make it happen yourself” has been my motto since I entered the youth field in Estonia almost 10 years ago. It all started when I was in my 7th grade and decided to join the school student union. That was the beginning of everything; I had my first management experiences there. […]
Do you have ideas on how the future of Europe should look like, but none ever listens to you?Do you want to develop your ideas into concrete policy demands, together with other young Europeans?Do you want to present your own recommendations to those who can make a change?Then take part in this online event and […]
For about 5 years I have been involved in working to solve social problems related to education and youth rights, both at local and national level. When I was in school I had the impression that teachers were not very open to talk about life issues with students. It seemed to me that they were […]
I got to know Patrik Puljić because he was invited to speak at an event of the European Youth Forum. His story immediately impressed me and I decided I needed to know more about his journey. When Patrik was 18 years old, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). MS is a condition affecting the […]
Today we had the pleasure to meet Marius from Germany. Marius is Vice President of the Federal Youth Council, a board member of The European Movement Germany and a Master student. Marius studied also in Brazil and Portugal, where he worked in a call center. That experience, among many others, led him to realise that […]
Today we meet Damiano, a recently graduated PhD in Law and Economics, currently based in Bologna. Damiano started being an activist when he was a teenager, and despite being a working student, he always managed to keep his activism on, because as he said “you always find the time to be happy”. Q. Hi Damiano, […]
If we are to become change-makers in our society, we have to understand our history. Not only does this help motivate us to create a better world, it can inspire us as we reflect on past successes and learn from the triumphs (and failures) of those revolutionary movements that came before.
Who has power? Do I have power? Why do I/don’t I have power? What can I do with the power I have? – these are all questions we may be asking ourselves as we start to take action to change the world. When working in a group – either one you have started or one […]
We invite you to think about power – who has it, who doesn’t, and how we can empower those who don’t. You’ll learn more about the structures of local, national and European governments, and discover how to advocate for democractic change outside of elections and elected officials – as well as how you can work with governments to create change.
You’re ready to change yourself and the world. Where do you start? A good place to begin this journey is to think about where you want to end it – to find your destination. Map out how you want to transform the world by imagining your vision of the future.