On january 22 the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe adopted the new Youth sector Strategy 2030 which will provide policy guidance to the 50 States Parties to the European Cultural Convention for the ten years to come.
For almost fifty years, the Council of Europe youth sector has been supporting generations of young people and their organisations to become actors of social change and assists public authorities to implement participative youth policies.
The new Youth sector Strategy 2030 will give a new impetus to this work in four thematic priorities:
- Youth revitalising pluralistic democracy
- Young people’s access to rights
- Living together in peaceful and inclusive societies
- Youth Work
Learn more about the new Youth sector Strategy 2030 and access the document file in the Council of Europe website here