The Young are not the ones most often seen on television or on the front page of mainstream media. They, and in particular, those from disadvantaged backgrounds feel completely excluded from opinion polls and have no voice in major decision-making. They have to take the stage to express their vision of the next day: a more balanced, fairer, more humane tomorrow. We want to give them this opportunity. 2044 prepares for what comes after, a long-term vision aiming at the 100th anniversary of the D-Day, the last major event where young people mobilised to change the course of history and invent a new future for Europe. 2044 is also a pragmatic anticipation to 2050 climate COP 21. To reach our goals by 2044, we need to act every day, every week, every year. And we will celebrate and measure the progress every D-Day anniversary.