This report starts with an introductory chapter exploring what the report authors mean by ‘young Europeans’ and what some of their characteristic attitudes and priorities are. There follow thematic chapters on five major areas that emerged as being of the first importance to this generation. In each of these chapters the report authors first describe, on the basis of thier own and others’ research, what young Europeans want the EU to do. They go on to discuss what the EU is and is not doing in this area. In a concluding section, the authors, all of whom are currently or have recently been graduate students at Oxford, advance some suggestions of their own as to what the EU should do to meet these expectations. A final chapter looks at synergies and trade-offs between the different areas.