On February 27 – 28, the consortium of the “Changemakers for European Democracy” project gathered in Tallinn, Estonia for the second partners’ meeting.

The project was created in response to the low voter turnout seen in the 2019 European Parliament elections. Its goals are to raise young people’s awareness of the importance of voting, explore the topic of active participation, improve the general understanding of the EU and its decision-making processes, ultimately increasing the voter turnout in the June 2024 elections.

During the meeting, the partners reviewed the project progress and outlined the upcoming activities. In order to discuss the importance of youth engagement in democracy and to exchange insights into their respective initiatives, the consortium also arranged a meeting with the Estonian National Youth Council.

To learn more about the project and get involved, visit their digital platform.