The Sympraxis Team organised on March 7, 8 and 9 the National Youth Meeting titled Greek and European Citizen: The positions of youth on the common European identity in times of crisis, on behalf of ASKI (the Modern Social History Archives). Sixty five youngsters from all over the country, all undergraduate or graduate students, participated in the conference, as well as over 30 esteemed scientists.  The Conference participants established that the main axes include modern European history, the meaning of the European citizen, unification policies and prospects, as well as the great issue of youth unemployment in the EU, and discussed a series of scientific issues including: How does a young person visualise the model of a United Europe? Is there room to express creative actions and youth employment in Europe? Which is the general attitude of young people on the common European identity? The meeting was organised in the framework of the European Program Erasmus+ / Youth in action branch and was streamed live via web.