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COVID-related reports

COVID-related reports


TYoung people and the pandemic. Expert viewsitle: Jóvenes y pandemia. Miradas expertas (Young people and the pandemic. Expert views).  The study is available in Basque language and Spanish

Year of publication: 2021

Summary: The Basque Youth Observatory has published the study "Young people and the pandemic. Expert views" which aims to find out how the Covid19 pandemic has affected the lives of young people. To this end, we have asked a group of specialists in different fields for their opinion on how the pandemic has affected young people in the Basque Country in their area of knowledge and the consequences, problems, challenges or opportunities that are foreseen for the future.

These people have contributed their opinions and reflections, all of them very interesting and, at the same time, complementary to each other, to give an overall view. The publication includes a compilation of all these texts, which we believe can help us to reflect a little more on the impact of the pandemic on the current situation of Basque youth.


TBasque youth during the pandemic. Online monitoring (March 2020 - May 2021)itle: La juventud vasca durante la pandemia. Monitorización online (marzo 2020 – mayo 2021) Basque youth during the pandemic. Online monitoring (March 2020 - May 2021). The report is available in Spanish

Year of publication: 2021

Summary: The study we present analyses how the digital conversation about young people in the Basque Country has evolved throughout the pandemic, specifically between 1 March 2020 and 31 May 2021, and identifies the image and stereotypes that digital channels have constructed about young people.


T#ComoloLlevas (#HowAreYouManaging) itle: #ComoloLlevas (#HowAreYouManaging) the Basque Youth Observatory's survey on coronavirus confinement. The report is available in Basque language and Spanish

Year of publication: 2020

Summary: The Basque Youth Observatory publishes the results of the survey 'ComoloLlevas', which it has carried out in this second wave of the pandemic The online survey was aimed at young people in the Basque Country aged between 15 and 34 and was carried out between 30 October and 4 November 2020. This is the second survey that the Observatory has carried out to find out about the situation of young people in the Basque Country in relation to Covid-19. The first one was carried out in March, in the first days of home confinement. On this occasion, with a new state of alarm, but with less restrictive measures than at that time, the main objective was to find out how they valued these measures and others that could be adopted, what impact the pandemic had on their projects and routines and, finally, how they felt.


T#DinosComoloLlevas (#HowAreYouManaging) itle: #DinosComoloLlevas (#HowAreYouManaging) the Basque Youth Observatory's survey on coronavirus confinement. The report is available in Basque language and Spanish

Year of publication: 2020

Summary: 3,482 young people have responded to this survey, which reflects their concern about the consequences that the situation may have for their studies, work or chances of finding a job. In addition, they have shared their feelings regarding this situation, how this confinement has changed their routines, their participation in voluntary work or how they deal with hoaxes in social media.


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