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Reporting from EYE Online: your ideas for the future

Hi there!

Due to COVID-19, we didn’t have the chance to meet in at EYE2020. But you, together with thousands of young people from Europe and beyond, made EYE Online unforgettable!



More than 60 live activities streamed on our social media during EYE Online to compensate for the postponement of EYE2020, with hundreds of you shaping and sharing your ideas for the future of Europe. Disappointed that you didn’t have time to participate in all activities? No worries, you can watch all of them on demand here!

But we’re not done yet. To make sure that your ideas don’t fade away into the background noise of the internet, and to dive deeper into some of the topics discussed during EYE Online, we asked our team of reporters to re-watch and analyse the activities they wanted to highlight. They will share their insights in opinion pieces for the blog on this very platform.

In 8 articles in the blog section you can read about the ideas discussed during EYE Online, as well as about questions, proposals and aspirations shared by you and other young people during the streaming and on this very platform.

But who are our reporters? They are a group of aspiring young journalists, or just young people excited about writing for you and motivated to contribute to the success of the European project. They were selected last year through an open call to collect and analyse all the ideas young people share with us at the European Youth Event, and report to the policy-makers on what you want for the future of Europe. Just like many of us, they didn’t get the chance to take up this task due to COVID-19. But your ideas don’t stop during a pandemic, so neither do they!

Curious? Continue on the blog and find out more!

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