Our first big EU meeting
We had two wonderful days together in Brussels at our very first General Assembly meeting in June.
A first EU meeting co-created and co-run with our Children’s Panel. With everyone working to make sure children’s voices are heard.
The children from ages 7-17 met with EU officials, worked together in groups on some important subjects – and made lots of new friends.
Our youngest European citizens have told us what matters to them. Click through and find out exactly what that is.
Article 24 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU affirms the rights of children to express their views freely, and for those views to be taken into consideration on matters which concern them. In line with the EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child, this Platform contributes to the right for children to be heard.