The House of European History has opened a year-long exhibit "Restless Youth: Growing Up in Europe, 1945 to now."
The Exhibit stresses young people as makers of history since the mid-20th-century. It "explores the key experiences of youth; from education and employment, to forging an identity and finding love."
Located in Brussels, Belgium, The House of European History hopes to "become the leading museum about transnational phenomena which have shaped," Europe. It interprets history from a "European perspective" by connecting and comparing "shared experiences and their diverse interpretations."