The EU Youth Strategy seeks to encourage young people to participate in the democratic process and in society.
The methods include developing mechanisms for engaging in dialogue with young people and facilitating their participation in the shaping of national policies and supporting ways of ‘learning to participate’ from an early age. Through strengthening formal and non-formal participatory education, the European Commission seeks to tackle radicalization and strengthen citizenship in general and European citizenship in particular. Since ‘learning to participate’ includes skills, such as digital literacy, entrepreneurship, project planning and management, social awareness, and interaction, young learners increase their employability. Through this ‘learn to participate’ is in accordance with the Strategic framework – Education & Training 2020.To know more, please continue reading here http://edacate-project.eu/