European Youth Panel 2016: All about active youth participation

  • Youth
  • 07/06/2017
  • BIK Team

The European Youth Panel (YEP) 2016 report, drafted with contributions from youth panellists and the help of the youth moderators attending YEP and Safer Internet Forum (SIF) 2016, is now available online.

The report gives a brief account of the sessions and the experiences of youth participants during the two events and aims to pinpoint the activities and interactions of youth panellists and inform other young Europeans about online safety trends and issues that the youth panellists of the 2016 edition of YEP considered to be important.

Access the report here.

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