Young Europe: What young people between the ages of 9 and 14 think about participation, politics and Europe

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JKP, Jan 1, 2002 - Education - 48 pages
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Young Europe asks young people aged between 9 and 14 what Europe means to them and looks at their participation in decision-making. It also considers how they might be encouraged to become more active European citizens. This book of interest to anyone concerned with young people's participation in decision-making and particularly to those wishing to promote young peoples involvement in Europe, as well as to young citizens across the European Union. A report funded by the European Youth Programme and based on data collected by the British Youth Council as part of the UK consultation for the European Youth Policy.
 

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Contents

Setting the scene
1
Having a say
7
Deciding to vote
13
Taking an interest
17
Becoming European citizens
21
Where now?
27
References
29
Questionnaire for the National Youth Survey1
31
Selection of the survey data
37
BACK COVER
42
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