What do young Africans and Europeans see as the greatest threats to global security? How do they think governments and international institutions should work together to tackle these challenges and help secure our common future?
To hear what young people think, Debating Africa and Debating Europe, in partnership with the European Investment Bank, asked them directly.
We spoke to over 100 young people (aged 18-35) from both continents about their concerns. In a series of online focus groups, we explored what should and could be done in response to these concerns, particularly by International Financial Institutions (IFIs).
Would young people from Africa and Europe have vastly different priorities? And would these differences be reflected among participants from different parts of the same continent?