Romanian EU Presidency to host Children’s Summit on the Future of Europe
Date: 28th March 2019
Category: Civil Rights and Freedoms, General principles
The Romanian Presidency of the European Union has made “children’s right to participate in decisions that affect them” a top priority in the EU.
A ‘Children’s Summit’ on 6th-7th May will gather children and adults from across Europe to discuss and adopt a children’s declaration and supporting document outlining what the EU can do to deliver children’s right to participate. Eurochild facilitated a discussion on what mechanisms could be envisaged in the different EU institutions to give life to its existing commitment to children’s rights. Read the full article here.