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‘Youth in Action’ Programme called propaganda

October 31st, 2006
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“Brussels is to spend £600 million over six years on feeding young people EU “propaganda” (The Sun, 31 October 2006, p2)

The ‘Youth in Action’ programme is part of the Commission’s youth programme. Social tensions and the threat of unemployment in an ever-changing, competitive world economy, disproportionately affect the young. For this reason, efforts are underway at member state and EU levels to encourage young people to play an active role in the society in which they live. See the press release here, published on 25 October 2006.

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