How have the forms of youth participation changed ten years after the dismantling of the Berlin Wall and the symbolic reunion of the two parts of the continent? Have the opportunities for youth involvement in shaping their societies expanded with the turn of their countries toward political pluralism and a market economy? And how have the current processes of European integration affected youth activism in eastern Europe?
This report attempts to provide answers to the above questions and to outline the forms, resources and objectives of participation in social life of the first post cold war generation in Europe.
Published in 1997 : The participation of young people