Commission welcomes the political agreement on the European Year of Youth

The Commission welcomes the political agreement reached on 7 December 2021 by the European Parliament and the Council to make 2022 the European Year of Youth. Following the announcement by President von der Leyen in her 2021 State of the Union address that 2022 should be a year dedicated to those who have dedicated so much to others, the Commission submitted in October its formal proposal to designate 2022 the European Year of Youth to the co-legislators.

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The graduation ceremony of Tartu Artschool’s CODE third group at the end of January was both joyful and sad. Although we were able to celebrate new graduates, who gained a lot of new experiences, we also had to admit that this was our last group of CODE students.

Over the years, many young people have grown out of this project who now know what they want to do next. Teaching them has also been a great growing experience for our teachers and staff. For now, we'll all see you again soon, we don't know where yet, but we'll see!

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