Being young in Europe today is a 2015 report, published by Eurostat.
This report presents some of Eurostat's most interesting data on children and young people in the European Union. It gives an insight into the past, current, and future situation of our youngest fellow citizens, ranging from attending school and participating in sport and leisure activities, to leaving the parental home and entering the professional life.
Data are presented for the European Union and its Member States as well as for the EFTA countries.
Being young in Europe today provides an overview of the wealth of information that is available on Eurostat's website and within its online databases.
The 2015 edition of Euro-Mediterraneaan Statistics presents updated series of key statistical data for 10 Mediterranean partners: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria and Tunisia, also known as the ENP-South countries, as well as data for the EU-28.
Statistical data are related to population & demography, education, labour market, economy & finance, trade, tourism and more.
On September 25-27, the United Nations and its member nations, as well as the Pope will meet to discuss global initiatives. The post-2015 development agenda (also called the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will replace the Millennium Development Goals in 2016. Visit the Maps, Data and Government Information Centre to learn about the proposed new goals. (Source: MADGIC Staff)