Cyprus Digital

1st Digital Session of EYP Cyprus

Thu, 22 July 2021 – Sun, 25 July 2021

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Turning the Tide: In light of recent events in States such as Belarus, how can the EU develop its neighbourhood policy to promote European values in the Balkans and ensure stable long-term institutional frameworks?


Step out Speak out - During COVID 19 young people continued to speak up in the face of injustice and wrongdoing. What can the EU do to ensure young people’s long-term involvement in democratic processes throughout Member States and encourage participation in local and European governance?


A home for all: with border control often the focus of debates, issues of integration are often neglected. With refugees and immigrants in all Member States facing many challenges once they enter Member States, such as housing and social exclusion, what can be done to help migrants, both future and present, integrate into local communities?


Out of the Darkness - With the world cautiously beginning to bounce back from the COVID-19 fallout, what can the EU do to reduce the long term negative financial implications caused by increased government spending during the pandemic, learning from previous financial crashes?


Working 9-5: With an increase in working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, what can the European Union do to provide employment protection for workers, ensure businesses remain competitive and achieve an acceptable work-life balance?


Are you going to eat that? - It has been reported that 30 % of the world's agricultural land is used to produce food that is later lost or wasted. With covid-19 affecting the global food supply chains, what can European states do to prevent food waste and promote more sustainable means of consumption?


A safe space - With incidents of domestic violence seeing a sharp rise in Member States throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, what more can be done by the EU to ensure that no person is a victim of violence in their own home?


The right to die - 2.5 million European citizens die yearly due to terminal diseases. Keeping in mind the ethical, moral and legal dilemmas surrounding end-of-life practices and the varying quality of palliative care across Europe, how can European countries continue to safeguard the dignity of their citizens until the end of their lives?

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