28/11/2022
17:00 - 18:00
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Builders of Progress: Report presentation
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FEPS together with ThinkYoung and Društvo Progresiva presented the report ‘Builders of Progress: Europe’s NextGen‘ in Ljubljana.

The report reveals the political views of Millennials and Generation Z in 11 European countries. It is based on the most comprehensive survey on the subject, collecting 19,000 responses from young Europeans aged 16-38.

During the event, we explored the many topics covered in the report, as well as an accompanying factsheet summarising the study’s key findings on Slovenia.

How do young people in Europe participate in politics, are there differences with Slovenian young people? What strategies do they prefer to achieve greater gender equality? What is their attitude towards environmental challenges? How do they want to shape their own future, taking into account the impact of the invasion in Ukraine or the pandemic?

The report Builders of Progress was presented by:

• Matteo Dressler, FEPS, Policy Adviser
• Guillermo Tosca Díaz, ThinkYoung, Research Manager

Discussant:

• Dr. Jernej Pikalo, former minister for education, science and sport.

The event was moderated by Stella V. Grahek, ENoP, co-chair of the Working Group for Democracy.

It took place in Ljubljana, Center kulture Španski borci

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