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Please choose the Member State you represent when replying to this questionnaire.([ID210])
Please provide information on the department/service in charge of replying to this questionnaire for your country.([ID9])
Please provide us with an email address in case we need to contact you. This will be kept confidential.([ID10])
1. Building on the above data and information as you deem appropriate, here you can briefly summarise the main challenges for young people and youth policy in your country. Max.500 words([ID209])
2. Please provide a short summary of your current youth policy orientations in the context of European cooperation. Max. 500 words.([ID45])
2. This section is pre-filled on the basis of the Youth Wiki; if you would like to adjust it, you may use the text box below.([ID208])
3. Which Youth Goals would you like to highlight as particularly relevant in light of your national priorities?([ID22])
4. In case you already pursue or have planned concrete actions to implement this/these goal(s), please indicate below.([ID23])
5. Free text box for sharing additional information as regards your priorities and actions in relation to the youth goals.([ID24])
1. ENGAGE The EU Youth Strategy invites Member States and the European Commission within their respective fields of competence to: Encourage and promote inclusive democratic participation of all young people in society and democratic processes; Actively engage young people, youth organisations and other organisers of youth work in the development, implementation and evaluation of policies affecting the lives of young people on local, regional, national and European level; Support the establishment and development of youth representations at local, regional and national level, recognising young people’s right to participate and self-organise, the recognition of representative youth structures and their inclusion in the work of local, regional, national and European authorities; Support and convey the EU Youth Dialogue in order to include diverse voices of young people in decision-making processes on all levels and foster the development of citizenship competencies, through citizenship education and learning strategies; Support and develop opportunities for 'learning to participate', raising interest in participatory actions and helping young people to prepare for participation; Explore and promote the use of innovative and alternative forms of democratic participation e.g. digital democracy tools and facilitate access in order to support youth participation in democratic life and engage young people in an inclusive way, whilst being aware that some young people do not have access to the internet and digital technologies, or the skills to use them. On which topics would you like to cooperate with others in a European context under the core area ENGAGE? Max. 500 words([ID48])
Please indicate which EU cooperation tool(s) would be most useful to support your work on these topics:([ID58])
In case you selected several tools, please describe your preferences for EU tools separately for each topic.([ID2])
Here you can indicate how the actions in the Planner can connect to national and EU funding programmes for youth, such as Erasmus+, the European Solidarity Corps, the European Social Fund including the Youth Guarantee and their successor programmes under the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027.([ID7])
Here you can propose some good practice you believe would be particularly relevant to showcase as part of mutual learning activities under "Engage". Max. 500 words([ID41])
2. CONNECT The EU Youth Strategy invites Member States and the European Commission within their respective fields of competence to: Enable access for all young people, as well as for youth workers, to cross-border mobility opportunities, including volunteering in the civil society sector, by eliminating obstacle and implementing support measures with special attention to young people with fewer opportunities; Encourage young people’s engagement in solidarity, promoting support schemes and seek complementarity and synergies between EU funding instruments and national, regional and local schemes Actively engage young people and youth organisations in the design, implementation and evaluation of relevant EU funding programmes; Share best practices and further work on effective systems for validation and recognition of skills and competencies gained through non-formal and informal learning, including solidarity and volunteering activities, continuing the implementation of the Council Recommendation of 2012 on the validation of non-formal and informal learning. On which topics would you like to cooperate with others in a European context under the core area CONNECT? Max. 500 words([ID158])
Please indicate which EU cooperation tool(s) would be most useful to support your work on these topics:([ID159])
In case you selected several tools, please describe your preferences for EU tools separately for each topic.([ID168])
Here you can indicate how the actions in the planner can connect to national and EU funding programmes for youth, such as Erasmus+, the European Solidarity Corps, the European Social Fund including the Youth Guarantee and their successor programmes under the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027.([ID169])
Here you can propose some good practice you believe would be particularly relevant to showcase as part of mutual learning activities under "Connect". Max. 500 words([ID170])
3. EMPOWER The EU Youth Strategy invites Member States and the European Commission within their respective fields of competence to: Develop and implement a European Youth Work Agenda for quality, innovation and recognition of youth work. In order to unleash the full potential, it is necessary to integrate the expertise of youth representations, youth organisations, youth workers and researchers. Further synergies with the work carried out by the Council of Europe in this area should be encouraged; Support quality youth work development on local, regional, national and European level, including policy development in the field, training for youth workers, the establishment of legal frameworks and sufficient allocation of resources; Support youth work activities on all levels, including grassroots, and recognise youth organisations as providers of competences development and social inclusion through youth work and non-formal education activities, while respecting national, regional and local activities in this field; Create and further develop, when and where possible, easily accessible youth contact points that deliver a wide range of services and/or provide information, including financial guidance, guidance and support on career, health and relationships and educational, cultural and employment opportunities. On which topics would you like to cooperate with others in a European context under the core area EMPOWER? Max. 500 words([ID171])
Please indicate which EU cooperation tool(s) would be most useful to support your work on these topics.([ID173])
In case you selected several tools, please describe your preferences for EU tools separately for each topic.([ID181])
Here you can indicate how the actions in the planner can connect to national and EU funding programmes for youth, such as Erasmus+, the European Solidarity Corps, the European Social Fund including the Youth Guarantee and their successor programmes under the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027.([ID182])
Here you can propose some good practice you believe would be particularly relevant to showcase as part of mutual learning activities under "Empower". Max. 500 words([ID183])
Free text box for sharing additional information as regards your priorities and actions in relation to Engage, Connect, Empower core areas, as you deem appropriate.([ID120])
4. CROSS-SECTOR COOPERATION Would you like to use EU cooperation in the youth field in order to develop your work on cross-sectoral cooperation? If so, please indicate how and through which instruments.([ID1])
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Youth Goal 6: Moving Rural Youth Forward
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Please choose the Member State you represent when replying to this questionnaire.
Please provide information on the department/service in charge of replying to this questionnaire for your country.
Please provide us with an email address in case we need to contact you. This will be kept confidential.
1. Building on the above data and information as you deem appropriate, here you can briefly summarise the main challenges for young people and youth policy in your country. Max.500 words
2. Please provide a short summary of your current youth policy orientations in the context of European cooperation. Max. 500 words.
2. This section is pre-filled on the basis of the Youth Wiki; if you would like to adjust it, you may use the text box below.
3. Which Youth Goals would you like to highlight as particularly relevant in light of your national priorities?
4. In case you already pursue or have planned concrete actions to implement this/these goal(s), please indicate below.
5. Free text box for sharing additional information as regards your priorities and actions in relation to the youth goals.
1. ENGAGE

The EU Youth Strategy invites Member States and the European Commission within their respective fields of competence to:
  • Encourage and promote inclusive democratic participation of all young people in society and democratic processes;
  • Actively engage young people, youth organisations and other organisers of youth work in the development, implementation and evaluation of policies affecting the lives of young people on local, regional, national and European level;
  • Support the establishment and development of youth representations at local, regional and national level, recognising young people’s right to participate and self-organise, the recognition of representative youth structures and their inclusion in the work of local, regional, national and European authorities;
  • Support and convey the EU Youth Dialogue in order to include diverse voices of young people in decision-making processes on all levels and foster the development of citizenship competencies, through citizenship education and learning strategies;
  • Support and develop opportunities for 'learning to participate', raising interest in participatory actions and helping young people to prepare for participation;
  • Explore and promote the use of innovative and alternative forms of democratic participation e.g. digital democracy tools and facilitate access in order to support youth participation in democratic life and engage young people in an inclusive way, whilst being aware that some young people do not have access to the internet and digital technologies, or the skills to use them.

On which topics would you like to cooperate with others in a European context 
under the core area ENGAGE? Max. 500 words
Please indicate which EU cooperation tool(s) would be most useful to support your work on these topics:
In case you selected several tools, please describe your preferences for EU tools separately for each topic.
Here you can indicate how the actions in the Planner can connect to national and EU funding programmes for youth, such as Erasmus+, the European Solidarity Corps, the European Social Fund including the Youth Guarantee and their successor programmes under the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027.
Here you can propose some good practice you believe would be particularly relevant to showcase as part of mutual learning activities under "Engage". Max. 500 words
2. CONNECT

The EU Youth Strategy invites Member States and the European Commission within their respective fields of competence to:
  • Enable access for all young people, as well as for youth workers, to cross-border mobility opportunities, including volunteering in the civil society sector, by eliminating obstacle and implementing support measures with special attention to young people with fewer opportunities;
  • Encourage young people’s engagement in solidarity, promoting support schemes and seek complementarity and synergies between EU funding instruments and national, regional and local schemes
  • Actively engage young people and youth organisations in the design, implementation and evaluation of relevant EU funding programmes;
  • Share best practices and further work on effective systems for validation and recognition of skills and competencies gained through non-formal and informal learning, including solidarity and volunteering activities, continuing the implementation of the Council Recommendation of 2012 on the validation of non-formal and informal learning.

On which topics would you like to cooperate with others in a European context under the core area CONNECT?
Max. 500 words
Please indicate which EU cooperation tool(s) would be most useful to support your work on these topics:
In case you selected several tools, please describe your preferences for EU tools separately for each topic.
Here you can indicate how the actions in the planner can connect to national and EU funding programmes for youth, such as Erasmus+, the European Solidarity Corps, the European Social Fund including the Youth Guarantee and their successor programmes under the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027.
Here you can propose some good practice you believe would be particularly relevant to showcase as part of mutual learning activities under "Connect". Max. 500 words
3. EMPOWER

The EU Youth Strategy invites Member States and the European Commission within their respective fields of competence to:
  • Develop and implement a European Youth Work Agenda for quality, innovation and recognition of youth work. In order to unleash the full potential, it is necessary to integrate the expertise of youth representations, youth organisations, youth workers and researchers. Further synergies with the work carried out by the Council of Europe in this area should be encouraged;
  • Support quality youth work development on local, regional, national and European level, including policy development in the field, training for youth workers, the establishment of legal frameworks and sufficient allocation of resources;
  • Support youth work activities on all levels, including grassroots, and recognise youth organisations as providers of competences development and social inclusion through youth work and non-formal education activities, while respecting national, regional and local activities in this field;
  • Create and further develop, when and where possible, easily accessible youth contact points that deliver a wide range of services and/or provide information, including financial guidance, guidance and support on career, health and relationships and educational, cultural and employment opportunities.

On which topics would you like to cooperate with others in a European context under the core area EMPOWER?
Max. 500 words
Please indicate which EU cooperation tool(s) would be most useful to support your work on these topics.
In case you selected several tools, please describe your preferences for EU tools separately for each topic.
Here you can indicate how the actions in the planner can connect to national and EU funding programmes for youth, such as Erasmus+, the European Solidarity Corps, the European Social Fund including the Youth Guarantee and their successor programmes under the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027.
Here you can propose some good practice you believe would be particularly relevant to showcase as part of mutual learning activities under "Empower". Max. 500 words
Free text box for sharing additional information as regards your priorities and actions in relation to Engage, Connect, Empower core areas, as you deem appropriate.
4. CROSS-SECTOR COOPERATION
Would you like to use EU cooperation in the youth field in order to develop your work on cross-sectoral cooperation? If so, please indicate how and through which instruments.
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