Young People's Participation: Revisiting youth and inequalities in Europe

Maria Bruselius-Jensen* (Editor), Ilaria Pitti, E. Kay M. Tisdall

*Corresponding author

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Abstract

Young people’s participation is an urgent policy and practice concern, across countries and context. This book showcases original research evidence and analysis to consider how, under what conditions and for what purposes young people participate in different parts of Europe.
Focusing on the interplay between the concepts of youth, inequality and participation, this book explores how structural changes including economic austerity, neoliberal policies and new patterns of migration affect the conditions of young people’s participation and its aims.
With contributions from a range of subject experts, including young people themselves, the book challenges current policies and practices on young people’s participation. As a result, it asks how young people can be better supported to take part in social change and decision-making and what can be learnt from young people’s own initiatives.
Translated title of the contributionUnges deltagelse: Ungdom og ulighed i Europa genbesøgt
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBristol
PublisherPolicy Press
Edition1
Number of pages311
ISBN (Print)978-1447345411
ISBN (Electronic)978-1447345442
Publication statusPublished - 29 Mar 2021

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