A Common Future in the Eurozone?

Last year we invited 15 young people from the southern member states of the eurozone and from Germany to Brussels in order to discuss the future of their own countries with their peers and EU stakeholders.

Programme

The North-South capacity building "A Common Future in the Eurozone?" took place from Monday, 30th September to Friday, 4th October 2013 in Brussels, Belgium.

Story of small protest
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Giuseppe Avigliano is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

Youth unemployment in Europe
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Vasco Batista is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

The State of Youth Unemployment in Italy
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Armanda Cetrulo is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

Nationalism, anti-EU attitudes and populism in Germany
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Dilek Gürsel is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

Youth Unemployment in Europe
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Rica Heinke is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

Protest Movements in Europe
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Stylia Kampani is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

North-South Divide?
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Stephan Kühnle is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

Europe in Crisis
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Maria Valentina Lasorella is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

The crisis in the eurozone
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Héctor Sánchez Margalef is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

Attitudes towards the European Union: the Situation in Spain
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Marta Paradés Martín is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

North-South Divide
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Christoforos pavlakis is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

New protest movements and social networks
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Stephanie Reuter is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

What do we expect from trade unions and employers?
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Ana Carolina Coutinho da Silva is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

Madrid
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Mar de Salas Quiroga is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

Austerity
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Julian Rappold is one of our Young Voices of Europe.

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Young Voices of Europe

The current crisis in the eurozone has different levels: economic, social and political. The causes of the crisis have to be assessed for every level in a common European analysis taking into account that all three levels are interconnected.

WE ARE EUROPE!

What can young Europeans do to reclaim the European project and to reclaim their future?