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The Youth 2030 Movement is a movement of young leaders and child rights activists who dedicated to strengthening young people's influence on democracy. The goal is for all young people in Sweden to have the power to influence their lives and the democratic structures. The work is done on three levels: By supporting initiatives that promote child and youth participation, by bringing together positive forces in order to speed up the work, and by influencing democratic processes. As part of this work, the Youth 2030 Movement annually organizes a summit led entirely by young people - a meeting where, for once, the ones in power find themselves listening instead of talking.
Flyktinggruppernas riksråd (The Swedish Refugee Council) receives support for collecting testimonials from asylum-seeking children and young people and for disseminating knowledge about their experiences of the asylum process in Sweden. The work is conducted in collaboration with Linköping University.
Demokratibygget (The Democracy Construction) receives support for strengthening young people's knowledge about, and participation in, democracy. Through an educational model designed for high schools, Demokratibygget links the school’s democratic mission to the work done by municipalities to strengthen young people’s participation in society. The work is done in collaboration with Farstaviken School and Värmdö Municipality.
Folkets Husby (The People's Husby) receives support to promote the inclusion of young teens in Norra Järva by involving older teens as role models in a buddy program. The project is being implemented in collaboration with Husby Ungdomsgård.
Newcomers Youth is a project within RFSL Youth which targets young newly arrived and asylum-seeking LGBTQ people. Newcomers Youth works to strengthen the rights and the psychological and physical well-being of young newcomers through providing legal advice, workshops and safe meeting places.
Raoul Wallenberg Academy receives support for mobilizing and educating the next generation of leaders around democracy issues. The project is being implemented in collaboration with Ungdomar.se, we_change and Fryshuset.
Sveriges Röster (”Sweden's voices”) challenges stereotypes about young people by giving youth from different parts of Sweden the opportunity to produce their own stories and make their voices heard. "Sweden's voices" is run by the media house Fanzingo in collaboration with a large number of organizations across the country, including Göthenburgo, Narrativet in Skellefteå and Kulturhuset Stadsteatern in Skärholmen.
Unga mot rasism (Youth Against Racism) receives support for strengthening children’s and young people’s ability to organize themselves and to participate in society through mentoring programs, leadership training and grassroots activism against racism. Unga mot rasism collaborates with the youth organization of Save the Children.