The Presidency works on the implementation of the EU Work Plan for Youth 2014–2015, focusing on the development and role of cross-sector approach to policy-making, especially with regard to effectively addressing    the   continuous socioeconomic   challenges of young people.  The Presidency seeks to further advance the contribution of the youth sector when it comes to achieving the broader European objectives of growths and jobs. The Presidency will propose the adoption of the Council conclusions on this topic. Following an extensive consultation with young people across Europe in the framework of structured dialogue, the EU Youth Conference will be hosted in Riga and will address the issue of how to empower young people in political participation in democratic life in Europe. To further strengthen cooperation with the Eastern Partnership countries, the Presidency will host the second Eastern Partnership Youth Forum with the main focus on how to enhance youth employment and employability.


February 10-11: 2nd Eastern Partnership Youth Forum
The 2nd Eastern Partnership Youth Forum will involve about 200 young people, youth workers, researchers and policy makers from both Eastern Partnership and Erasmus+ Programme countries. The Forum invites to exchange innovative ideas and explore how various mobility and partnership programs, cross-sectorial cooperation and work with policy makers can increase employability and employment of the young people.

March 23-26: EU Youth Conference
Bringing together about 260 participants, this conference will evaluate possibilities to empower youth for political participation. Taking place within the framework of structured dialogue, the conference aims at outcomes presentable to the EU Youth ministers at the Education, Youth, Culture and Sport Council in May 2015.

March 26-27: Meeting of the Directors General for Youth
The Latvian Presidency will bring for discussion issues such as safety on the internet and digital literacy, including how to tackle cyber-bullying, cyber-crimes and youth recruitment leading to radicalization. The first exchange of views is foreseen on a possible future EU Work Plan for Youth, including discussions on how to further advance work on youth work quality systems.

May 18-19: Education, Youth, Culture and Sports Council, Brussels, Brussels

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