Today, 2.5 billion young people aged 15-30 around the world are the largest generation ever to impact the societies they live in. These young power values, attitudes, and skills will fundamentally shape the future of the societies and nations they belong to. By adopting the impact of today’s youth on the future of European countries, many governments and international Youth Organizations are increasingly interested in these young European citizens. It shows that youth can have a huge impact on the development of society, new policies in different European countries, and the development of the program by promoting youth development and youth participation as a promising approach to development.
The European region is home to young Europeans between the ages of 15 and 30. As countries in the European Region experience growing economies, expanding civil societies, and political transitions, they have an important opportunity to use the energy of young people to greatly advance social, economic and human development. Nevertheless, in order to collect this “demographic dividend”, young people must be equipped with human and social capital skills and abilities to become responsible and productive citizens.