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Flash Barometer 478: How do we build a stronger, more united Europe? The views of young people

The current study, commissioned by European Commission Directorate General for Education and Culture provides a deeper exploration of the attitudes and opinions of young people aged 15-30.

It covers:

  1. The proportion of respondents who have been abroad for learning experiences, and the reasons why respondents have not participated in learning experiences in other countries;
  2. Young respondents’ participation in social, civic and political activities, including organised voluntary activities, as well as reasons for not participating in these activities;
  3. Opinions about the most important things schools should offer young people, and the topic areas that are not taught sufficiently in schools;
  4. Young respondents’ views about the priorities for the EU in years to come;
  5. The most useful actions for young people the EU could support.

Authors

European Commission (EC)

Branch of the European Union, responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the EU treaties and managing the day-to-day business of the EU.