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Published Results: EUYOUTHPOLICY-2016

Are you answering as an individual or on behalf of an organisation?([ID9])
If so, which age group do you belong to ?([ID15])
Are you member of a youth organisation?([ID22])
Is your organisation registered in the Transparency Register?([ID25])
Please enter your Transparency Register registration number (numbers only)([ID10])
Name of your organisation([ID11])
Type of the organisation([ID13])
1. Were you aware (before reading the introduction to this consultation) that the European Union is active in youth policy, through the EU Youth Strategy?([ID17])
2. Have you taken part in any activities under the EU Youth Strategy since 2010 (e.g. conference, structured dialogue process, a 'mutual learning activity' - learning from peers in other EU countries), or under the EU youth programmes (Youth in Action until 2013, Erasmus+ youth since 2014)?([ID24])
What was the concrete impact of this activity for you or your organisation? : It had a general positive impact on me (or on those involved in the activity) ([ID26])
What was the concrete impact of this activity for you or your organisation? : It allowed my voice (or the voice of the young people involved in the activity) being heard ([ID27])
What was the concrete impact of this activity for you or your organisation? : It helped me to learn from others and apply this knowledge in my personal life or my work ([ID28])
What was the concrete impact of this activity for you or your organisation? : It helped me or my organisation to network with other young people and/or organisations in other countries ([ID29])
What was the concrete impact of this activity for you or your organisation? : It had no impact at all ([ID44])
3. How much has the EU Youth Strategy helped... : ...national/regional policies ([ID40])
3. How much has the EU Youth Strategy helped... : ...youth organisations and young people ([ID41])
4. Are the objectives of the EU Youth Strategy (as listed in the introduction) in line with national policies?([ID30])
5. In your opinion, what is the added value of the EU Youth Strategy compared with measures at a local, regional or national level? : It helps develop a youth strategy or a consistent approach to young people and youth policy at national level ([ID58])
5. In your opinion, what is the added value of the EU Youth Strategy compared with measures at a local, regional or national level? : It helps to put young people higher on the EU political agenda ([ID59])
5. In your opinion, what is the added value of the EU Youth Strategy compared with measures at a local, regional or national level? : It helps to improve coherence between national/regional and EU-wide youth-related measures ([ID60])
5. In your opinion, what is the added value of the EU Youth Strategy compared with measures at a local, regional or national level? : It helps allocate more national public funding to specific activities or initiatives in the youth sector ([ID61])
5. In your opinion, what is the added value of the EU Youth Strategy compared with measures at a local, regional or national level? : It helps to encourage young people to take part in the decision-making process at all levels ([ID62])
5. In your opinion, what is the added value of the EU Youth Strategy compared with measures at a local, regional or national level? : It helps to make young people’s voice heard in the European policy-shaping process ([ID63])
5. In your opinion, what is the added value of the EU Youth Strategy compared with measures at a local, regional or national level? : The Strategy has no added value over national/regional/local measures ([ID45])
6. In your opinion, do the priority areas of the EU Youth Strategy address young people's needs? : Education and Training ([ID99])
6. In your opinion, do the priority areas of the EU Youth Strategy address young people's needs? : Employment and entrepreneurship ([ID100])
6. In your opinion, do the priority areas of the EU Youth Strategy address young people's needs? : Health and Wellbeing ([ID101])
6. In your opinion, do the priority areas of the EU Youth Strategy address young people's needs? : Inclusion in society ([ID102])
6. In your opinion, do the priority areas of the EU Youth Strategy address young people's needs? : Getting involved into democratic and civic life ([ID103])
6. In your opinion, do the priority areas of the EU Youth Strategy address young people's needs? : Volunteering ([ID104])
6. In your opinion, do the priority areas of the EU Youth Strategy address young people's needs? : Access to cultural activities ([ID105])
6. In your opinion, do the priority areas of the EU Youth Strategy address young people's needs? : Awareness of global challenges and contact with regions outside Europe ([ID106])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Supporting and developing youth work & non-formal learning ([ID32])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Supporting the involvement of youth organisations and young people in policy-making and other democratic processes ([ID33])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Promoting volunteering among young people ([ID34])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Lowering youth unemployment and inactivity ([ID48])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Promoting the health and well-being of young people ([ID49])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Improving the social situation of young people at risk of poverty or exclusion ([ID50])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Supporting the inclusion of young people with a migrant background ([ID51])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Encouraging the integration of recently arrived young migrants including refugees ([ID52])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Encouraging young people's creativity and improving access to culture ([ID53])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Improving young people's digital literacy ([ID64])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Supporting young people's access to information and knowledge of their rights ([ID65])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Encouraging youth engagement in the European project ([ID66])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Preventing marginalisation or violent radicalisation among young people ([ID67])
7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy? : Engaging with youth stakeholders outside Europe ([ID68])
Other areas (please specify)([ID70])
8. In the future, where do you see the focus of the European youth policy cooperation should be?([ID69])
9. What steps should be taken to improve the effectiveness of the EU policy action in the youth sector?([ID78])
10. Are there any other issues you would like to share with us in relation to the EU youth policy cooperation?([ID86])
11. Were you aware (before reading the introduction to this consultation) that a Council Recommendation on the mobility of young volunteers across the EU was adopted in 2008,  to create more cross-border volunteering opportunities?([ID72])
12. Did you ever take part in a voluntary activity abroad in the EU as an organisation or an individual?([ID75])
13. Are the objectives of the Council Recommendation on creating more cross-border volunteering opportunities still relevant to the needs of… : ...youth policymakers ([ID80])
13. Are the objectives of the Council Recommendation on creating more cross-border volunteering opportunities still relevant to the needs of… : ...youth organisations and young people ([ID81])
14. What is the added value of the Council Recommendation compared with actions at a local, regional or national level? : Contributes to raise awareness of opportunities to volunteer abroad ([ID89])
14. What is the added value of the Council Recommendation compared with actions at a local, regional or national level? : Helps increase the quality of volunteering projects ([ID90])
14. What is the added value of the Council Recommendation compared with actions at a local, regional or national level? : Supports development of opportunities for cross-border volunteering within and beyond the European Voluntary Service scheme ([ID91])
14. What is the added value of the Council Recommendation compared with actions at a local, regional or national level? : Helps simplify procedures for cross-border volunteering ([ID92])
14. What is the added value of the Council Recommendation compared with actions at a local, regional or national level? : Promotes recognition and validation of the skills gained through volunteering experiences ([ID93])
14. What is the added value of the Council Recommendation compared with actions at a local, regional or national level? : Encourages people to pay particular attention to young people with fewer opportunities ([ID94])
15. Are there any other issues you would like to share with us in relation to the Council Recommendation ?([ID79])

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Are you answering as an individual or on behalf of an organisation?

If so, which age group do you belong to ?

Are you member of a youth organisation?

Is your organisation registered in the Transparency Register?

Please enter your Transparency Register registration number (numbers only)

Name of your organisation

Type of the organisation

1. Were you aware (before reading the introduction to this consultation) that the European Union is active in youth policy, through the EU Youth Strategy?

2. Have you taken part in any activities under the EU Youth Strategy since 2010 (e.g. conference, structured dialogue process, a 'mutual learning activity' - learning from peers in other EU countries), or under the EU youth programmes (Youth in Action until 2013, Erasmus+ youth since 2014)?

What was the concrete impact of this activity for you or your organisation?

It had a general positive impact on me (or on those involved in the activity)

It allowed my voice (or the voice of the young people involved in the activity) being heard

It helped me to learn from others and apply this knowledge in my personal life or my work

It helped me or my organisation to network with other young people and/or organisations in other countries

It had no impact at all

3. How much has the EU Youth Strategy helped...

...national/regional policies

...youth organisations and young people

4. Are the objectives of the EU Youth Strategy (as listed in the introduction) in line with national policies?

5. In your opinion, what is the added value of the EU Youth Strategy compared with measures at a local, regional or national level?

It helps develop a youth strategy or a consistent approach to young people and youth policy at national level

It helps to put young people higher on the EU political agenda

It helps to improve coherence between national/regional and EU-wide youth-related measures

It helps allocate more national public funding to specific activities or initiatives in the youth sector

It helps to encourage young people to take part in the decision-making process at all levels

It helps to make young people’s voice heard in the European policy-shaping process

The Strategy has no added value over national/regional/local measures

6. In your opinion, do the priority areas of the EU Youth Strategy address young people's needs?

Education and Training

Employment and entrepreneurship

Health and Wellbeing

Inclusion in society

Getting involved into democratic and civic life

Volunteering

Access to cultural activities

Awareness of global challenges and contact with regions outside Europe

7. In the future, what are the main areas that the EU should contribute to in the field of youth policy?

Supporting and developing youth work & non-formal learning

Supporting the involvement of youth organisations and young people in policy-making and other democratic processes

Promoting volunteering among young people

Lowering youth unemployment and inactivity

Promoting the health and well-being of young people

Improving the social situation of young people at risk of poverty or exclusion

Supporting the inclusion of young people with a migrant background

Encouraging the integration of recently arrived young migrants including refugees

Encouraging young people's creativity and improving access to culture

Improving young people's digital literacy

Supporting young people's access to information and knowledge of their rights

Encouraging youth engagement in the European project

Preventing marginalisation or violent radicalisation among young people

Engaging with youth stakeholders outside Europe

Other areas (please specify)

8. In the future, where do you see the focus of the European youth policy cooperation should be?

9. What steps should be taken to improve the effectiveness of the EU policy action in the youth sector?

10. Are there any other issues you would like to share with us in relation to the EU youth policy cooperation?

11. Were you aware (before reading the introduction to this consultation) that a Council Recommendation on the mobility of young volunteers across the EU was adopted in 2008,  to create more cross-border volunteering opportunities?

12. Did you ever take part in a voluntary activity abroad in the EU as an organisation or an individual?

13. Are the objectives of the Council Recommendation on creating more cross-border volunteering opportunities still relevant to the needs of…

...youth policymakers

...youth organisations and young people

14. What is the added value of the Council Recommendation compared with actions at a local, regional or national level?

Contributes to raise awareness of opportunities to volunteer abroad

Helps increase the quality of volunteering projects

Supports development of opportunities for cross-border volunteering within and beyond the European Voluntary Service scheme

Helps simplify procedures for cross-border volunteering

Promotes recognition and validation of the skills gained through volunteering experiences

Encourages people to pay particular attention to young people with fewer opportunities

15. Are there any other issues you would like to share with us in relation to the Council Recommendation ?

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