As a non-gov­ern­men­tal organ­i­sa­tion (NGO) with spe­cial con­sul­ta­tive sta­tus with the Eco­nom­ic and Social Coun­cil of the Unit­ed Nations, FRFG is com­mit­ted to youth par­tic­i­pa­tion in inter­na­tion­al pol­i­tics, youth pro­mo­tion and glob­al learn­ing. FRFG also pass­es on our knowl­edge on polit­i­cal youth edu­ca­tion and inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice.

The increased pres­ence of young peo­ple in the var­i­ous UN bod­ies is impor­tant to FRFG. That is why FRFG sends youth del­e­gates every year to par­tic­i­pate in inter­na­tion­al Unit­ed Nations con­fer­ences. At these Unit­ed Nations con­fer­ences we net­work with rel­e­vant stake­hold­ers, take an active part in dis­cus­sions and work­ing groups and high­light the impor­tance and oppor­tu­ni­ties of youth par­tic­i­pa­tion and inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice with lec­tures and work­shops.

We reg­u­lar­ly report on our work at UN con­fer­ences on our Face­book and on twit­ter.

For sev­er­al years we have been active­ly coop­er­at­ing with the youth del­e­gates of the Youth Alliance for Future Ener­gy, who take part in the annu­al UN cli­mate nego­ti­a­tions.