How are the youth organisations doing during the Coronavirus pandemic? Take part in the survey

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The pandemic of the Coronavirus changed the daily life of most youth organisations and initiatives. Many activities had to be changed, postponed, or canceled. Many new, unusual measures are being used and experimented in order to keep the youth activities ongoing. 

This is why the Joint Council on Youth (CMJ) launched a survey to better understand the realities with which the youth organizations have to deal with during this time. 

The Joint Council on Youth is interested in hearing from people working or volunteering in youth organisations, initiatives, and networks across Europe on the effects of the current COVID-19 across youth work and youth activities.

Your answers will help to better understand the situation across the Council of Europe’s member states in order to provide appropriate support to youth organisations and constructive guidance to government bodies working on youth-related issues, on behalf of the Youth Department.

All information is confidential and will not be published other than in an aggregated and anonymised form.

Contribute and help us understand what you are going through by filling the QUESTIONNAIRE.

The questionnaires can be submitted until the 1st of August 11:59 CET.

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