The online world is irreversibly becoming more and more fundamental and young Europeans have been required to build their digital skills in order to thrive. The Thinkathon is a platform for debate where young participants create policy recommendations to shape more inclusive digital societies.
The discussion papers have been published to add more insights to each topic discussed during our webinars and have been shared with the ThinkYoung Digital Coalition members, speakers, and other stakeholders related to the project.
The ThinkYoung Digital Coalition is composed of organisations and individuals aged 18-35 working to address inequality, poverty, and digital access across Europe. It is a voice for digital inclusion and equity in the region, a space to share information and data on the issues revolving around digitalisation ideas and practices, and to make our understanding of young generations wider. We offer young people the opportunity to take a leading role on these crucial issues, and to facilitate collaboration among organisations and initiatives working on the digital divide in order to maximise the resources for a greater impact and a more sustainable digital inclusive Europe.
During this online challenge, participants developed projects to help build a more modern and digitally inclusive society based on citizenship, social relations, smart and fast expanding cities, security, education and entertainment and culture.