Sorry we killed it is a bi-weekly podcast recorded in Brussels, produced by the European Youth Forum and hosted by Priyanka Shankar from Are We Europe. We talk about issues affecting today’s young people in Europe, and beyond. We discuss algorithms, pandas, death and everything in between. We celebrate the dynamism of the young generation, far from the “lazy young people” clichés, and the way our personal behaviour and experience connect with a bigger ‘collective” and can have a positive impact on our community and our society.




About the European Youth Forum

"The vision of the European Youth Forum is to be the voice of young people in Europe, where young people are equal citizens and are encouraged and supported to achieve their fullest potential as global citizens."

The European Youth Forum is the platform of youth organisations in Europe. We represent over 100 youth organisations, which bring together tens of millions of young people from all over Europe.

The Youth Forum works to empower young people to participate actively in society to improve their own lives by representing and advocating their needs and interests and those of their organisations. In the current uncertain political and social context that affects young people, they can be powerful catalysts for positive change and contributors of innovative solutions to Europe’s challenges.

To overcome the challenges faced by young people, the European Youth Forum has three main goals:
• Greater youth participation
• Stronger youth organisations
• Increased youth autonomy and inclusion

With these goals in mind, the Youth Forum will continue our advocacy work to become an agenda-setter on youth affairs, empower member organisations to maximise the impact of their expertise and enforce a rights-based approach in all that we do.
The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors,
and the Commission cannot be held responsi- ble for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


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