How do young people in Southeastern Europe and Serbia spend their time? What values are important to them and what they want to achieve in life? What are the most afraid of young people today? How much do they trust the Government, and how many European institutions, how much responsibility are they willing to take? And most importantly, where they see their future, in their countries or abroad?
These are just some of the questions that the young people answered within the latest empirical study of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, which gives insights into the views of more than 1100 respondents between 14-29 years in Serbia.