It has become an absolute priority to bridge the growing gap between generations and between continents, to share an understanding of modern accountability, and to establish a sustainable relation of trust. For this to happen, we want to actively listen to YOUTH VOICES and invite young people to define what public value means to them.

We want to hear about their needs in their own words and how they envisage solutions to current challenges. This is the first step in starting the process of co-creation of principles for the universal wellbeing and common good.

Youth Matter Differently on Different Continents

Your Public Value is video interviewing young European and African people (aged 18-30) to highlight the similarities and divergences in the understanding of what common good is between the “oldest” and the “youngest” continents (the median age of Europe’s population is 42,6 years whereas the median age of Africa’s population is 19.7 years).

Please read MORE about our project and listen to these interviews on our YouTube channel.