What is the EU Youth Dialogue?
The EU Youth Dialogue is the dialogue with young people and youth organisations involving policy and decision
makers, as well as experts, researchers and other relevant civil society actors, as appropriate. It serves as a
forum for continuous joint reflection and consultation on the priorities, implementation and follow-up of European
cooperation in the field of youth.
It builds on the achievements of past dialogue processes, with the aim of including more decision-makers and
young people, especially those with fewer opportunities in decision-making processes and in the implementation of the
EU Youth Strategy.
EU Youth Dialogue is organised into 18-month work cycles. Each cycle focuses on a different thematic priority (set by
the Council of Youth Ministers). The current thematic priority is “Creating opportunities for Youth”.
The current cycle runs from January 2019 to mid-2020 over the course of the Romanian, Finnish and Croatian EU
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