Reinforce the participation of young people in democratic life -…

The monitoring indicators for the overall follow of the objective are:

  • Rates of participation of young people in local, regional and national elections, as well as in the European elections.
  • Number of young people, aged 18-30, who have been elected in municipal and regional councils of the country, the Greek Parliament and the European Parliament.
  • Levels of participation of young people in civil society organizations, such as sports clubs, youth organizations – including political youth organizations -, cultural associations, trade unions/professional associations, religious organizations, scientific associations, etc.
  • Levels of participation (using percentages) of young people in voluntary organizations at national level.
  • Percentages of young people participating in organized voluntary activities at local, national and European level.
  • Percentages of young people participating in organized voluntary activities at school.
  • Number of consultations held annually between young people and the State on issues affecting them, as well as the percentage of young people taking part in these consultations (e.g. consultations conducted by the various ministries on draft laws, etc.).
  • Number of fixed mechanisms (and / or instruments) of dialogue / consultation between policy makers and young people at local and central level.
  • Percentage of young people taking part in consultations held locally, under Law 3852/2010.
  • The indicators for sub-objective 5.1 will be used with emphasis on selected youth groups. In particular, the proportion of young women, young people with disabilities, young people with migrant backgrounds, etc., who have been elected to the municipal councils of the country, the Greek Parliament and the
  • European Parliament, will be measured. An additional indicator will be the number of measures – including legislative – and the programs implemented at central and local level to promote the participation of young people of these groups as well as the total number of young people benefiting from the specific measures and programmes.
  • Percentage of young people who have access to the internet and are properly trained to make use of the opportunities it provides.
  • Percentage of young people using the internet to communicate with public authorities.
  • Percentage of young people using the internet (websites, blogs, social networks etc.) to post their views and to engage in dialogue on social and political issues.
  • Number of channels for electronic consultation / dialogue with young people at central and local level.
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