UK young voters are not anti EU they just don’t understand it

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Series Details 15.04.16
Publication Date 15/04/2016
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Authors discuss a project called, ‘Me and EU’ to place accessible, timely and peer reviewed information about the EU in the hands of young people with just one click.

This project aims to pool together existing information and create a one-stop-shop to encourage young voters in the UK to engage in EU affairs by creating an understanding of how Europe influences their daily lives and by connecting them to other young people interested to talk and share ideas on the referendum.

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ESO: In Focus: Brexit - The United Kingdom and the European Union
ESO: Background information: The generation gap: How young voters view the UK’s referendum
The Guardian, 16.04.16: Student leadership sees the benefits of staying in the EU
Website: Students for Britain
Website: Students for Europe
Deutsche Welle, 18.04.16: Left-leaning youth vote could decide UK's EU referendum
The Conversation, 22.04.16: Don’t blame young voters for not bothering about the EU referendum
The Conversation, 20.05.16: Dear young people: here’s why you need to vote in the EU referendum
Blog: EU Law Analysis, 12.06.16: EU Referendum Briefing 2: How could Brexit affect young people?
Blog: EU in a Changing Europe, 14.06.16: Is British democracy ready for youth participation?
ESO: Background information: EU Referendum Briefing 2: How could Brexit affect young people?

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