For so long we have been hearing in the media: "youth unemployment is at its worst ever", that we have even come to normalise it.
The job insecurity that young people face has become normalised. Nowadays, having a degree, a master's degree, work experience and languages does not guarantee you a quality job.
The brain drain has been normalised, because "since they can't find what they want in Spain, they have to go abroad". But at the same time we hear how these young people would be more than willing to return to Spain and be able to develop their full potential.
It has been normalised that young people do not have the capacity for independence and cannot create long-term life plans due to job instability.
However, the fight against these injustices in our society has not been normalised. Or at least not until now.