The European Youth Parliament network (EYP) brings young people aged 14 to 28 together across Europe. But who exactly are the people running the network, what are its main activities, and how did it all actually start?
The Berlin-based Schwarzkopf Foundation is the international umbrella organisation of the European Youth Parliament. Within that programme line, we are currently looking for interns who would be interested in internships between August 2017 and February 2018.
The 84th International Session of the EYP, which has taken place in Trondheim & Røros (Norway), has come to an end. During the Committee Work phase the participants discussed topics ranging from European foreign politics to Human rights. After working on their ideas, the proposed resolutions of the delegates were discussed and decided on in the General Assembly.
As part of our 30th birthday celebrations we are looking for new merchandise designs! Next to our other campaigns we opened a call for ideas and designs for our future merchandise. We are convinced that our vast and diverse network is in the best position to come up with amazing designs, which will be much more than just a one-time wearable. A public vote will decide which designs will be produced.
For many, the 30-year milestone means reaching a mature age, and that is also true for the European Youth Parliament network. As lively as ever, the network engages more than 35,000 young people in 40 European countries on a yearly basis, making its events and forums a hub for meeting young, passionate people and forming friendships across borders - as well as acquiring skills related to cultural awareness, self-assessment, and shaping actively society around them.
The network of the European Youth Parliament selected its four steering groups, which will support the network by building new capacities, developing the EYP’s content related work and carrying out agendas set by the Governing Body.
You want to travel through Europe to meet new people and understand them better? You are between 17 and 27 years old and are looking for a way to fund your journey? Then you can apply for a Schwarzkopf Foundation travel grant until the 19th of March!
The Schwarzkopf Foundation, based in Berlin, is looking for a new Project Manager in the European Youth Parliament programme, as a maternity leave replacement. The envisaged date of entry is end of May 2017. At the moment, the position is available for a period of a year. The call with further information and a detailed description of the position can be found here.
With the start of the third and last year in the project "Power Shifts - Reflecting Europe's Energy", the Steering Group had a lot to analyse from the past events and to discuss for the upcoming year. Supported by Dimitris Doukas from Greece as a...