Bilbao 2022

Bilbao Regional Selection Conference of EYP Spain

Thu, 10 March 2022 – Sun, 13 March 2022



Sexuality education: As education remains a Member State competence, sexuality education greatly differs in content and delivery across countries. What measures should the EU and its Member States adopt to ensure coherent and effective sexual and reproductive health education for all members of society?


People with disabilities and COVID-19: People with disabilities have been affected differently by the pandemic from poorer access to routine healthcare and rehabilitation to the adverse social impacts of COVID-19 prevention measures. How can the EU best tend to the needs of this group in the current pandemic-driven reality?


Fast fashion and circular economy: Today’s fashion industry is valued at over 2.5 trillion euros, employing more than 300 million people globally, but its significant use of finite resources and toxic chemicals, as well as issues surrounding the conditions for garment workers producing fast fashion, have placed it under increasing scrutiny. What steps should the EU take in the transition to a fair and circular economy for textiles?


Women in sports: With most EU countries having less than 20% of top decision-making positions in individual EU sports federations occupied by women, and sports like football showcasing great disparities in pay and media coverage, what further steps should the EU take to achieve gender equality in sports?


A 2020 European Parliament statistic revealed that more than 700,000 people sleep rough every night in Europe, an increase of 70% over the last 10 years. What measures can the EU adopt to reach its goal of ending homelessness in Europe by 2030?


Rural and remote areas in Europe: With rural and remote areas in Europe facing unique challenges in job opportunities, demographic changes and economic growth, what steps can the EU take to further support and exploit the development potential of these regions?


Between 2017 and 2018 14,145 human trafficking victims were registered in the EU, 72% of them being women and girls forced into prostitution and sexual exploitation. With COVID-19, the economic downturn and recent migration waves set to increase this criminal activity, what further steps should the EU take in the fight against human trafficking and protection of its victims?

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