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Football For Friendship raises environmental awareness whilst breaking records
Since its launch in 2013, Football for Friendship has united thousands of children from all over the world whilst promoting essential human values and now it's also turning to environmental protection.
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The teams have been drawn for this year’s edition of the Football for Friendship eWorld Championship (eF4F). The virtual event is part of Gazprom International’s social programme, Football for Friendship, which brings together children from across the globe, united by the beautiful game.
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Four children and two young adults from Portugal have brought a case against dozens of European governments over their climate crisis responses.
Youngsters to vote for best film at European Film Academy awards
The academy is inviting 12 to 16-year-olds to join its international jury, watch three nominated films, and cast their votes in the Young Audience Award.
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As the COVID-19 crisis drags on, hard-hit French youth struggle
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Europe's week: Borrell and von der Leyen face their critics
They came out to defend themselves amid criticism over a diplomatic visit to Russia and the EU's vaccine rollout strategy.
Football for Friendship keeps the ball running online
Football for Friendship scheme attracts more than a million youngsters
Supported by famous athletes, representatives of football academies and journalists, young participants held over 50 events this season and acquired an impressive Guinness World Records title for the largest online football lesson.
Football for Friendship goes digital
Football for Friendship is an International Children’s Social Programme which unites kids worldwide. Its aim is for kids to share their experiences, meet new friends and learn from one another whilst promoting a health and human values.
Millennials particularly disillusioned about democracy, report finds
55% of millennials say they are dissatisfied with democracy, while less than half of Generation X and baby boomers felt the same way at that age.
The UN’s 21-year-old climate advisor: Who is Nathan Méténier?
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These inspiring environmental campaigners remind us we can make change at any age.
COVID-19 having 'disproportionate' impact on young workers, warns ILO
Is The Sims eco edition ‘profiting off the global climate crisis’?
The jury's out on whether games like Animal Crossing and The Sims help or hinder environmental activism.
Graduates struggling for job leads amid lockdown uncertainty
Now is a tough time for everyone, especially job-hunting graduates. Recruitment specialists say young people should use the time to improve their skills.
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One thousand march in Brussels for Youth for Climate
Around a thousand demonstrators took to the streets of Brussels on Friday at the call of Youth for Climate Belgium to raise their climate concerns.
Europe’s saga: Young, educated and unemployed
There are 5.5 million young people in Europe who are not in education, employment or training. New to the labour market, they are less likely to find a job or are often employed on temporary or part-time contracts.
360° video: how Belgium is training the fishermen of tomorrow
Join us in this immersive 360° experience onboard "Broodwinner" - a 29 metre beam trawler built in 1967 and used to train young fishermen in Belgium.