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EU bursaries for students from low-income families

This priority was voted second by the Your Europe, Your Say students.

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Promotion of social innovation in future cities

Future cities can be developed to enhance their role as an environment for the support and promotion of social innovation. To do so, the following policies could be envisioned, centred around the creation of collaborative spaces:

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Sustainable transport systems for our future cities, villages and communities

To accelerate the development of sustainable tansport systems to serve future cities, villages and communities, an idea could be to set up a European research centre focusing on public transport, backed by the promotion of public private partnerships in the area of eco-friendly transportation.

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Develop the European concept of access to first-time employment

This priority was voted first by the Your Europe, Your Say students.

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Encourage youth entrepreneurship

This priority was voted third by the Your Europe, Your Say students.

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Priority presented to EESC President, Mr. Henri Malosse:

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Enable network-powered policy-making in the EU

The emergence of civic movements online shows us that thanks to digital means participation can be massively scaled up.  Well-designed digital spaces can create a flourishing environment for civic participation in the decision making. 

But how can we move from the stakeholder model to the open participatory model of public consultation?

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Digital Agenda Pillar I: Digital Single Market

Too many barriers still block the free flow of online services and entertainment across national borders. The Digital Agenda will update EU Single Market rules for the digital era. The aims are to boost the music download business, establish a single area for online payments, and further protect EU consumers in cyberspace.

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Digital Agenda Pillar VI: Enhancing digital literacy, skills and inclusion

Over 50% of Europeans use the internet daily – but 30% have never used it at all! Moreover, disabled persons face particular difficulties in benefiting fully from new electronic content and services. As ever more daily tasks are carried out online, everyone needs enhanced digital skills to participate fully in society. The Digital Agenda tackles the digital divide.

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Digital Agenda Pillar IV: Fast and ultra-fast Internet access

New services such as high definition television or videoconferencing need much faster internet access than generally available in Europe. To match world leaders like South Korea and Japan, Europe needs download rates of 30 Mbps for all of its citizens and at least 50% of European households subscribing to internet connections above 100 Mbps by 2020.

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Digital Agenda Pillar VII: ICT-enabled benefits for EU society

Digital technologies have enormous potential to benefit our everyday lives and tackle social challenges. The Digital Agenda focuses on ICTs capability to reduce energy consumption, support ageing citizens' lives, revolutionises health services and deliver better public services. ICTs can also drive forward the digitisation of Europe's cultural heritage providing online access for all.

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