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Opinion Number: CDR 2752/2022
Rapporteur: RADINJA Tine
Commission: SEDEC
Status: Adopted
Date: 01/12/2022
 
aims with this paper to offer a new and comprehensive reflection on youth policy, mainstreaming of youth issues across policy fields and the active participation of youth in building the future of Europe, in the context of the 2022 European Year of Youth
calls for youth mainstreaming and mainstreaming a youth rights-based perspective in policy-making at local, regional, national and European levels, systematically ensuring perspectives of and for youth are taken into account across policy fields.
calls for appropriate measures to be taken to ensure young people's rights to stable and meaningful employment with decent working conditions everywhere in Europe;
highlights the importance of access to universal, affordable and high-quality health services, both preventive and curative; insists to this effect on the need to address barriers facing young people with no access to social security;
considers that combatting discrimination, racism and other forms of intolerance is crucial in the fight against violent radicalisation and for preventing young people from falling prey to political or religious extremism;
calls upon local and regional authorities to treat youth issues as a constant priority in policy-making and proposes the adoption of a local youth strategy in all local and regional authorities
calls for measures to support and empower young people to address sustainable development and fight against climate change, and to use their potential for meaningful change in societies;
considers that for the European Youth Work Agenda for quality, innovation and recognition of youth work to be a success, it is necessary to strongly involve local and regional authorities;
THE EUROPEAN COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS

- aims with this paper to offer a new and comprehensive reflection on youth policy, mainstreaming of youth issues across policy fields and the active participation of youth in building the future of Europe, in the context of the 2022 European Year of Youth;

- highlights that the COVID-19 pandemic caused many young people to lose nearly two years of educational opportunities, work, mental health and social life;

- points out that youth policy and youth mainstreaming are particularly sensitive to territorial and social dimensions, as there are significant inequalities in access to basic services, education, jobs, housing, and in social mobility across regions in the EU, which affect youth in differing ways;

- calls for youth mainstreaming and mainstreaming a youth rights-based perspective in policy-making at local, regional, national and European levels, systematically ensuring perspectives of and for youth are taken into account across policy fields;

- calls for appropriate measures to be taken to ensure young people's rights to stable and meaningful employment with decent working conditions everywhere in Europe;

- highlights the importance of access to universal, affordable and high-quality health services, both preventive and curative; insists to this effect on the need to address barriers facing young people with no access to social security;

- considers that combatting discrimination, racism and other forms of intolerance is crucial in the fight against violent radicalisation and for preventing young people from falling prey to political or religious extremism;

- calls upon local and regional authorities to treat youth issues as a constant priority in policy-making and proposes the adoption of a local youth strategy in all local and regional authorities;

- calls for measures to support and empower young people to address sustainable development and fight against climate change, and to use their potential for meaningful change in societies;

- considers that for the European Youth Work Agenda for quality, innovation and recognition of youth work to be a success, it is necessary to strongly involve local and regional authorities.
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