• Belgium

    Europolis I 2016

  • Spain

    Málaga 2016 Regional Selection Conference EYPE

  • Serbia

    31st Regional Session of EYP Serbia

  • Georgia

    TSS’16 – Tbilisi School Session 2016 of EYP Georgia

Tbilisi and EYP Georgia to host the 86th International Session of the EYP in autumn 2017

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EYP Georgia and the city of Tbilisi have been selected to host the 86th International Session of the EYP in autumn 2017. Congratulations to the entire National Committee of EYP Georgia, as well as to Head Organisers Zurab Giorgobiani and Tamta Tsveraidze!

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The Head Organisers of International Sessions meet in Berlin

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The head organisers of past and upcoming International Sessions met on the last weekend of January at the International Office of EYP in Berlin for workshops and discussion on how to organise a large international event.

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EYP year 2016 kicks off with a new Governing Body and a new long-term strategy

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A new year is here and with it also new winds in European Youth Parliament. As of January 1st, the three new members of the governing body Beata, Lars-Erik and Jenny start their mandates. The Governing Body is responsible for ensuring the educational value of EYP, taking care of HR and establishing a long-term strategy for the network. You can read more about their work here.

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Youth from the Baltics and beyond experiencing Europe together in Narva, Estonia

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The Baltic Forum of the European Youth Parliament (EYP) brought together 127 young participants from 20 different countries in Narva, Estonia for four days of exciting debates between 27th and 30th of November. The third biggest city of Estonia, right next to the Russian border proved to be the perfect location for an EYP event. The Baltic Forum was unique in bringing together young people from both “native” (Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian) and”non-native” (Russian) speakers from across the different communities in the three Baltic States, giving them an opportunity to explore Europe’s diversity.

The youngsters developed concrete solutions to some of Europe’s most pressing issues like the refugee crisis, youth unemployment and media neutrality...

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