EU YOUTH CONFERENCE, SLOVENIA 2021

Evropska mladinska konferenca, Slovenija

 02021

26. 9. - 30. 9. 2021

EU YOUTH CONFERENCE, SLOVENIA 2021

Evropska mladinska konferenca, Slovenija

 02021

26. 9. - 30. 9. 2021


EU YOUTH CONFERENCE, SLOVENIA 2021

Evropska mladinska konferenca, Slovenija

 02021

26. 9. - 30. 9. 2021


EU YOUTH CONFERENCE, SLOVENIA 2021

Evropska mladinska konferenca, Slovenija 2021

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26. 9. - 30. 9. 2021


About Slovenia

More than 200 youth representatives, policy makers and experts from the field of youth will co-create the third and final conference of the 8th Cycle of EU Youth Dialogue with the topic of the 9th EU Youth Goal Space and participation for all’, discussing how best to implement Youth Goals in practice on different levels (local, national, regional and European) and what the EU and its member states need to do to support the future of youth participation and civic space for young people in the EU.

Mailbox to Policy Makers

Do you want to contribute to the conference, but are not part of an official delegation? Do you have questions for the speakers of the Panel discussion (Recovery of civic spaces and participation after Covid-19) or want to comment on the opening speeches? Let us know!

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Slovenia takes over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1 July 2021. 

You can fout more about the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union on the Slovenian EU Presidency website.


Slovenia is one of the smaller European countries with 2 million people; however, the country has a rich natural and cultural diversity, and it is where the Adriatic Sea meets the Alps and the Central-European Panonnian Basin. Slovenia is bordered by Croatia, Italy, Hungary and Austria.


Slovenian language has the most dialects among all Slavic countries (around 50!), and it is the only official EU language that uses dual in addition to singular and plural grammar forms.


About Slovenia

Slovenia takes over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1 July 2021. 

You can fout more about the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union on the Slovenian EU Presidency website.


Slovenia is one of the smaller European countries with 2 million people; however, the country has a rich natural and cultural diversity, and it is where the Adriatic Sea meets the Alps and the Central-European Panonnian Basin. Slovenia is bordered by Croatia, Italy, Hungary and Austria.


Slovenian language has the most dialects among all Slavic countries (around 50!), and it is the only official EU language that uses dual in addition to singular and plural grammar forms.


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