What makes a session
The European Youth Parliament organises more than 200 events every year. Though differing in duration, the number of participants and represented countries as well as thematic focus, the sessions follow a similar pattern.
The basic idea of a session is that the delegates come together in multi-national committees, each committee looking at a different topic. Having taken part in team building exercises, the delegates participate in committee work, producing a resolution on their topic which is then debated in General Assembly. This summary is, however, a great simplification and cannot begin to do justice to the experience of a session - browsing through this section of the website, you can get a greater insight into how it all works.
ProgrammeWhat is team building, committee work and General Assembly? What do people do at the EuroConcert or EuroVillage? Answers to questions on the programme of EYP sessions can be found here... more
List of previous International Sessions
The International Sessions are the largest events of the EYP. Three times a year they each bring together more than 270 young people from up to 34 European countries. The International Sessions take place in different locations. For a full list of previous sessions follow this link... more
EYP sessions are attended by young people between 16 and 20 years of age from all over Europe... more