Youth Politics Unveiled: ‘Political Lasagna’ by Infor Jeunes

Nine months before the next elections, the Infor Jeunes federation has just launched a channel on YouTube explaining and popularizing politics.
Supported by dynamic editing and graphics, clear explanations and a humorous tone, “La Lasagne politique” aims to make our young people CRACS (responsible, active and supportive citizens) of politics by providing them with pluralistic information while awakening their critical thinking, according to the introductory video.

By the next election, the new channel promises to explain clearly and simply the functioning of the country’s political institutions as well as the programs of the different parties that will present themselves to the voter.

A first sequence of a good quarter of an hour devoted to the far right in Europe was published on Tuesday. This was carried out with the help of a political scientist from ULiège.

The next video yet to be released will deal more specifically with the situation of the extreme right in Belgium.

“All our information is fact-checked and we impose a duty of neutrality on ourselves,” explains Damien Scholle, political adviser to Infor Jeunes and host of the channel.

The ambition is to broadcast one sequence per month until the elections.

Is the video project expected to last beyond next June? “We will see according to the demands of young people and the success of the channel…“, smiles Damien Scholle.

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