In this video Nóra Katona from the Metropolitan Research Institute of Budapest explains what strategies can be used to identify the topic and scope of a policy co-creation process. Problem definition can start from existing policy priorities, from in-depth research, from bottom-up concerns, or from a combination of all these approaches.

Have a look here for some practical input and tips to reflect and implement this first phase in your own context.

For a summary of our findings on young people’s problems that can be addressed with Reflexive Policy Making, you can read our Transferability Report.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement 870898

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