In each municipality there are groups of young people with common values and common goals. Groups set up on the basis of space and time on the basis of a pressing need for collective action and cooperation.
These groups have a dynamic evolution in the field and this is because they are set up each time through the need for collective expression of specific issues.
The existing situation does not contain an institutional framework with principles and specific guidelines to enable youth groups to be able to take collective decisions, interact with municipal authorities and act.
Any need for change, for youth action today, goes through an irregular and labyrinthian network of informal communication with each municipal authority.