Young people need a platform on Europe

Many young people have a message on Europe, but they don't have a "stage to speak", says Karolin Dietrich, who is German, but studying in Riga, Latvia. She took part in the second My!Europe conference in Riga in December 2015 and had been invited to take part in the third one, at the University of Pardubice, the Czech Republic. 

One thing she want to change, is that Europe needs some things which can give it more identity: A European football team. Another: An independent TV-channel like the ARTE. And better cooperation between the European Parliament and national parliaments.

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