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Digital meeting of WG Children and young people

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From the disruption of their schooling to their social skills and mental health and well-being, the pandemic has had a strong impact on children and young people. Home-schooling has deepened the inequalities in education and training. Child poverty is increasing in cities and the poorest are the hardest hit. To help reduce child poverty, the European Commission is preparing an EU Child Guarantee, which is highly relevant for cities and may help cities cover gaps in service provision and better reach out to children in need.

Eurocities organised a digital meeting of the Working Group Children and Young People on 27 November 2020. The meeting gathered 52 members from 30 cities who had the opportunity to:

  • Discover the results and preliminary findings from our survey on child poverty in cities 
  • Learn from city good practices to reduce child poverty and improve child participation 
  • Share your city updates on child policy and get policy ideas from other cities
  • Discuss the role of cities in the upcoming EU Child Guarantee initiative

The recording from the meeting is available here:

All presentations, materials and the summary report from the meeting are available below. 

   Agenda_WG_Children_27_Nov_2020download/preview this file
    PPT_for_Children_and_Young_People_s_Working_Group_27Nov2020download/preview this file
    Vienna_Children_and_Youth_Strategy_112020download/preview this file
    Presentation_EC_WG_Rotterdam_strategic_policy_download/preview this file
    Presentaci_n_Madrid_Escuelas_Infantiles_WG_Children__Young_peopledownload/preview this file
    TOY4Incl_Eurocities_27Nov20download/preview this file
    Policy_brief_on_EU_Child_Guarantee_roadmapdownload/preview this file
    Summary_report_KO_SInno_17_Nov_2020download/preview this file

EUROCITIES staff contact

Bianca Faragau-Tavares