YE KA152 – “Better mental wellness for migrant youth” 09th – 17th of Jun 2022 (Cologne)

The coronavirus pandemic caused major changes in the lifestyle of young people but also contributed to major mental health problems that will be present for a long time and in the future. According to the WHO’s latest research for 2021, as many as 60% of young people across the EU have complained of mental health problems during the process of self-isolation. Limited physical activity, social media pressure. Television is just one of the many causes of stress, depression and emotional instability that young people across the EU and the world face.