Young people use public spaces just as much as anyone else, if not more. And yet, too often young people are not included in the process of place making. What do young people want to see in their cities? How can youth spaces become places of creativity, community and socialising? How can public places become platforms for youth civic involvement and urban education?
Join this discussion to identify different types of youth spaces and look at what is their added value to the development of society at large. This activity will include brainstorming sessions, mapping of youth spaces in Europe and recommendations to policy-makers to make cities youth-friendly.