Youth empowerment and intergenerational justice

Global transformations - from population ageing to digitalisation, rising inequalities and climate change - have created profound uncertainties for young people and future generations, despite unprecedented access of today’s young generation to information, education and technology. The OECD provides practical insights to support governments in designing and implementing policies to empower youth and promote intergenerational justice.

Latest news

Presentation of OECD Deputy Secretary-General Kerri-Ann Jones in Rome MED session, co-organised by MED and OECD, “Mediterranean needs youth”, 2 December 2022, Rome

Parallel session on “Youth empowerment and intergenerational justice“ at the OECD Global Forum on Building Trust and Reinforcing Democracy, 17 November 2022, Luxembourg

Presentation given at the Youth Working Party under the Czech EU Presidency, 1 July, Brussels; and participation in EU Youth Conference, 11-13 July 2022, Prague

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Country Projects

Towards a new governance framework for children and youth policies in Ireland

Supporting the design and implementation of the Universal Civil Service RRP project to unlock youth employment opportunities in Italy

Comprehensive Review of Policies to facilitate active ageing in Lithuania

Developing a new approach to personalised services for vulnerable groups in Lithuania

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Launch: "Fit for All Generations?"

Webinar: Youth and Democracy

Launch: "Delivering for Youth"

Highlights: "Delivering For Youth"