MOOC. Youth and online political participation: motivations, spaces, practices and inhibitors

Public policy proposals on youth and online political participation

Work plan:

  • Watch the introductory video.
  • Read the materials.
  • Do the quizz.
  • Think of a policy proposal to improve youth engagement online:
    • Topic: define a topic and the leading institution.
    • Describe how you will address the specificities of millennials’ participation in online politics.
    • Describe how you will overcome the barriers to participation.
    • Describe how you will measure your results and outcomes.
  • Summarize your work in a presentation. Share it on Google Slides or Slideshare.
  • Share the link in the forum and on Twitter (#EURYKAmooc).
  • Follow the debate in the forum.

Introductory video

  • Video: Alexandra Theben. Open Evidence. Research and consulting firm. Governance and cityzenship. facilitate informed decision-making

Recommended readings:

  • Lupiáñez, F., Theben, A., Porcu, F. & Peña-López, I. (2018). Study on the Impact of the Internet and Social Media on Youth Participation and Youth work. Brussels: European Commission

Special monograph. Public policy proposals on youth and online political participation

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