• JEF Policy is made by its members through resolutions passed by their elected representatives. They formulate key convictions and messages that provide inspiration to move away from the current political constellation in Europe and progress towards a true Federation.

Resolutions


Below you may find an overview of all valid resolutions, adopted by the JEF members. They ‘expire’ after 2 and a half year unless they are re-adopted. Any older resolutions that have not been re-adopted during more recent statutory meetings do not constitute JEF-Europe policies anymore, though we treasure them for their historical significance to our organisation.

The re-negotiation process of the British status vis-à-vis the...

Nov 24 2016 / Resolutions FC Cologne/Autumn 2016 PC1 - Institutions and Governance Institutional Affairs Social Affairs

Resolution submitted by: Political Commission 1: Institutional Affairs and Governance


Promoting Youth Labour Mobility and Tackling Youth Unemployment...

Nov 24 2016 / Resolutions FC Cologne/Autumn 2016 PC2 - Internal European Affairs Social Affairs Employment

Resolution submitted by: Political Commission 2 - Internal European Policies


Giving a strong voice to the citizens by a renewed European...

Aug 11 2016 / PC1 - Institutions and Governance Congress Zürich/Autumn 2015 Democracy Human Rights Social Affairs

Resolution submitted by: JEF Europe Political Commission 1


The way to differentiated integration in the Eurozone with the...

Apr 14 2016 / FC Krakow/Spring 2016 Identity Social Affairs Migration Institutional Affairs Enlargement Culture Democracy PC1 - Institutions and Governance

Resolution submitted by: JEF PC1 - Institutions and GovernanceJEF Europe, A. Reaffirming its position that the EU is a project of all Member States; B. Observing the ongoing discussions on the...


For a European solution of the refugee crisis and a new EU...

Apr 14 2016 / FC Krakow/Spring 2016 Defence Democracy External Action Human Rights Migration Minorities Security Social Affairs PC3 - External Affairs and Global Governance

Resolution submitted by: JEF PC3 – Foreign Relations and Global Europe Many of the major challenges that the European Union is currently facing are coming from its neighbourhood. Conflicts and...


The Human Right for Privacy in the Digital Age

Apr 14 2016 / FC Krakow/Spring 2016 Human Rights Security Social Affairs Institutional Affairs Culture Democracy PC2 - Internal European Affairs

Resolution submitted by: JEF Political Commission 2 – Internal European Policy In an increasingly digitalized Europe, citizens’ rights to their personal data is under threat. In recent years, news...


Calling for a European convention

Apr 21 2015 / Resolutions FC Uppsala/Spring 2015 Institutional Affairs Social Affairs PC1 - Institutions and Governance

JEF EuropeConcerned That a growing number of citizens question the benefits of European integration and the idea of an ever-closer union, do not feel represented by EU institutions or are turning to...


Lowering the active right to vote to the age of 16

Nov 10 2014 / Resolutions FC Bologna/Autumn 2014 Social Affairs

Young people in Europe face higher obstacles than previous generations. The peak in youth unemployment and a bigger demand in mobility for educational or labour purposes, coupled with reduced...


Thinking ahead to empower young people

Mar 30 2014 / Resolutions Democracy Employment Social Affairs FC Cambridge/Spring 2014

As adopted by the Federal Committee in Cambridge, United Kingdom 2014


Unity among European Citizens

Nov 03 2013 / Resolutions Congress Paris/Autumn 2013 Social Affairs

As adopted by the XXII European Congress in Paris, France, 3 November 2013


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