Questionnaire to give Europe's youth a voice

June 23, 2000

The British Youth Council is surveying the attitudes of more than 250,000 people aged between 15 and 25 as part of a pan-European initiative to devise a European youth policy.

Peter Facey, BYC chief executive, said that the questionnaire, which includes topics such as education, employment and health, is intended to give young people in the United Kingdom and Europe a voice.

"We are working with the government and the European Union to ensure that the opinions of young people are heard on a range of issues that affect their daily lives," he said.

The survey's results will also feed into the UK's youth policy.

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