Policy briefs

YOUNG-IN scientific team releases six thematic policy briefs.

They will be officially presented during the closing stakeholder forum “YOUNG-IN: co-creating evidence-based solutions for the future” at 21st February 2023 in Brussels

This policy briefs contain 24 recommendations for policymakers and are based upon the work of more than 50 experts from COST Action CA17114, “Transdisciplinary solutions to crosssectoral disadvantage in youth”, supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology).

  1. Gender inequalities in becoming a parent: How to increase gender equality in work-family balance 
  2. Consequences of current labour market risks for future pensions: How to ensure an adequate old-age income for young Europeans
  3. Youth wellbeing during crises: How to improve young people’s resilience through civic engagement
  4. Reducing NEET rate: How to compose efficient policy packages
  5. Gender gap in confidence to get involved in politics: How to reduce it by making citizenship education inclusive
  6. Students dropping out: How to design student financing to support school attendance