The event was attended by key stakeholders in the process from Germany and from all ten countries where the new round of empirical research will be conducted.
The organizers stressed that a common understanding of standards in the research process was essential for a successful synchronized roll-out. To that end, experts and researchers exchanged best-practices and agreed on some joint fault-lines and ways to build joint capacities.
Participants further stressed that if SEE countries were to prosper as societies, there was a need for a substantial paradigm shift in the policies and instruments deployed towards youth in different areas of life. Against this backdrop, the project partners agreed they were looking forward to creating and analyzing the new data and formulating actionable policy proposals based on the new findings.
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