Economic and social rights, environnement, migrations, individual rights…. What are the observations of civil society organizations (CSOs), trade unions and social movements regarding the effects of the pandemic on youth?
Young people rarely develop severe symptoms of the Covid-19. Nevertheless, they are the first to be affected by the reflections on the "next world".
Majalat is organizing a webinar on June 9 during which participants will have the opportunity to dwell on the recommendations presented at the 2019 Brussels Civil Society Forum as well as review them in light of the current circumstances.
Around 25 participants under the age of 35, will take part in this online workshop, with these objectives : Reflect collectively on the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on young people in the Euro- Mediterranean region
- Promote joint initiatives that address the causes and vulnerabilities that have emerged as a result of the pandemic.
- Identify new avenues for recommendations addressed to the European Union and national institutions in the light of the webinar discussions and on the basis of the recommendations made by young people previously in the MAJALAT process.
To encourage discussion and broaden the debate, you can directly post your contribution on the Majalat platform (PDF, Word, Excel, Powerpoint files).
You can also post your contributions concerning other priority themes of Majalat (economic development and social dialogue, migration and mobility, Social and climate justice, Security and anti-violence, Good goverance and Rule of law) in particular with regard to the perceived impact from the COVID-19 crisis.