“Paving the way for a meaningful EU Year of Youth 2022”, Marcel Muraille (Egmont, Belgium)

As the pandemic eases, the EU has decided to dedicate 2022 to young people. But this opportunity should not aim at recycling policies and interventions that have not worked pre-pandemic as they will definitively not fit for purpose in the post COVID-19 era. There is a need for age-sensitive tailored policies developed for and with young people. This policy paper recommends concrete actions that the EU could take, as of 2022, to help young people navigate this crisis.

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