Ongoing The 25 Percent
We are the unheard, the unrepresented — young people. But our voices have so much more power than we know. Together, we can change the world, starting with sharing our ideas at the Conference on the Future of Europe.
Why Do We Exist?
Young people have been left out of decisionmaking for far too long. Time to make a change. We’re creating a new movement, one where all of us, the unheard 25% of people in Europe, can make our voices heard.
The first step is to get in front of decision makers. This year, we’ve got a unique chance to take our seat at the table and represent real ideas for a brighter tomorrow from young people at the Conference on the Future of Europe. To do that, we want to hear from you.
How to Use Your voice
On the portal of the 25 Percent Project , you’ve got a unique opportunity to add your big idea on what the future of Europe should look like to our collection, and we’ll take it and represent it at the Conference.
But that’s just the start. Every voice has power, when we know how to use it. Discover how to make yours heard by the people around you, so you can make an impact on the things you want to change, at every level — in your community, your city, region, or even state and European level.
12 Partners One Goal
Empowering young people unites us in this project.
Change can only happen when we work together. Together with our partners, we’ve built up a network of activists and changemakers across Europe.
Members AreaLoredana Dicsi
Membership, Internal Communication & Youth Officer
Joined us in 2015 Loredana is the responsible for the communication between our members and the secretariat, and is in charge of our internal members’ newsletter. She manages membership requests and can introduce us to interested organisations. She is also supporting the our Youth Committee and follows up on youth policies. Background She worked on European youth projects since 2005. She worked previously in VIEWS International, a NGO developing European projects for people with a visual impairment. She also worked in a school for blind in Romania her origin country. MA Inclusive Education – University Babes-Bolyai in Cluj-Napoca MSc Psychology – University of Louvain-la-Neuve