The YouthPower 2: Learning and Evaluation (YP2LE) project, which supports YouthLead.org, is conducting a survey of youth ages 18 – 34 years from ten countries on youth civic engagement.
About the Youth Civic Engagement Survey:
The purpose of the Youth Civic Engagement Survey is to better understand young peoples’ knowledge of, and attitudes toward, civic engagement. The survey will include questions about what motivates young people to engage in civic action, types of engagement (for example, voting, advocacy, protest, community volunteering), how young people learn about politics, how young people feel about their governments, and what contributes to or diminishes young peoples’ trust in government leadership and institutions.
Call for Volunteers:
To ensure the survey reflects youth voices and perspectives, YP2LE invites interested young people to participate in a facilitated discussion to provide feedback and recommendations for the survey before it is shared.
Youth, ages 18-34, from the following countries are invited to participate in the discussion: Iraq, Lebanon, Mali, Ethiopia, Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Serbia, Dominican Republic, and Guatemala.