A few months before the presidential election, what do the young people of our country think?

What are their dreams, aspirations, fears?

What does their daily life look like?

What is their view of the campaign and the upcoming election?

Who are the 15-25 year olds really?

You have to meet them, question them, listen to them.

Far from clichés, give voice to this generation too often described as sacrificed, irresponsible or disenchanted.

The Place aux jeunes 


aims to highlight French youth in its diversity, through interviews with young people under 25.

For this seventh episode, interview with Vito, 17 years old.

Preparation of competitions and questioning of society

Vito passionately loves football, tranquility and Corsica. Schoolboy then student in general and technological second, not very academic, he ends up joining a STMG sector - sciences and technologies of management and management. Now in his final year, he gets caught up in the game, too happy to be able to move towards his goal: financial independence. With Vito, we're going to talk about the professionalizing sector, Parisian evenings, the joints discovered in 9th grade, the desire to “earn as much money as possible to be able to buy a motorbike, reimburse my parents, buy them a house in Tahiti…. There, I would have made a success of my life”. His goal in life: “Kiff. »

A direct, personal, uninhibited interview with the boys and girls who make up today's France, led by Salomé Berlioux, founder and general manager of the association Chemins d'avenirs.

It accompanies several thousand young people in the construction of their academic, professional and civic career.

This podcast is broadcast in partnership with

 20 Minutes



 and the Jean-Jaurès Foundation.


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