‘A Europe We Trust: visions of European youth’ is a contest that calls on young people aged 13-19 living in Europe to share their visions for the future of Europe in a creative format. the aim of the contest is to encourage European youth to think about the future of Europe, how Europe can better meet their needs and their attitudes towards European governments and institutions.
The contest takes place within the framework of the EnTrust research project, a multidisciplinary and international research project dedicated to provide novel insights into trust and distrust in governance and measures to support sustainable and democratic societies in Europe. It consists of a consortium of seven research teams from the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland and Serbia.
Civil Society Europe (CSE) is a civil society organisation based in Brussels and is the member of the EnTrust research project coordinating the contest. CSE acts as the point of coordination for civil society organisations operating at EU level. It aims to contribute to the recognition of the role of independent and plural civil society organisations in building and nurturing healthy democracies in Europe.