CUBE. Your take on Europe is a social project aiming to create an inclusive participation channel for young people in Europe.
CUBE’s facilitators go to schools and anywhere European youth can be found. During the workshops, they collect your ideas and opinions on participation in the EU and channel them back to CUBE.
CUBE collects the demands of the youth and channels them to the EU institutions to make your voices heard.
Youth is excluded
In political processes, young people experience structural discrimination on the basis of their age. However, young people are the future of the EU. That’s why the EU needs to include the demands and expectations of its youth in decision-making processes. Only then can the EU develop future-oriented!
Youth is diverse
Young opinions must be represented in their diversity. Young social groups, who are discriminated because of their ethnicity, religion, their affiliation to the LGBTQIA* community, a disability or their socioeconomic background, have no say in politics. Ignoring young opinions threatens our democracy and violates its principles!
Youth is strong
With CUBE, we are calling for a different Europe. We want to localise the idea of Europe for and with our generation by giving all young Europeans the opportunity to actively engage with the politics that determine our future and to be represented in our diversity.
Your voices need to be heard!
The European youth is diverse and so are its opinions. CUBE embraces this pluralism by explicitly collecting voices in the context of schools: here, young people with all kinds of experiences come together. Their ideas on participation in politics are sent back to CUBE after each workshop.
Your voices need to be united!
CUBE gathers the ideas sparked during the workshops: We create a pool of young ideas on how political participation should work. CUBE analyses and visualises the ideas.
Your voices need to be considered!
CUBE advocates the ideas in the interest of the diversity of youth. The ideas are channeled to EU institutions and decision-makers who are asked to consider youth opinions and improve participation channels.