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Declaration on Youth Participation in AIGovernance (2020)

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The Declaration on Youth Participation in AI Governance offers important insights for youth workers and youth organisations about the importance of engaging youth structures in AI governance (on a national, regional and local level). The report suggests that authorities should take action upon the following priorities: Youth Participation, AI and Education, and AI Governance.
This declaration is the outcome of the work done by the young people, participants of the seminar Artificial Intelligence: How Can Youth Take part? organised by the Youth Department of the Council of Europe, between 23 and 27 November 2020. It is positioned within the wider framework of the Council of Europe’s youth policy and initiatives that link Artificial Intelligence (AI) and democratic citizenship. The declaration explores issues, challenges and roles that stakeholders can play to secure and enable the participation of young people in AI governance processes at all levels.

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Council of Europe (CoE)

The Council of Europe is the continent's leading human rights organisation. It includes 47 member states, 27 of which are members of the European Union. The Council of Europe advocates freedom of expression and of the media, freedom of assembly, equality, and the protection of minorities. The Council of Europe helps member states fight corruption and terrorism and undertake necessary judicial reforms. The Council of Europe promotes human rights through international conventions, such as the Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence and the Convention on Cybercrime.