In February, 78 young participants from all over Europe – from Sofia to Lisbon, from Tallin to Antwerp – made their opinions heard in a vital policy area. The panel discussion with 3 key decision-makers from the business and political sphere marked an important opportunity for young people to contribute with their voices to environmental and energy topics.  The discussion focused on the...

We are happy to open the call for the position of the Project Manager at the International Office!   You can check out all the details, main tasks and responsibilities as well as your benefits in the detailed description in the official call: https://eyp.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/EYP-PM_Call-for-applicants_2021.pdf What we offer     You will be working...

In collaboration with the Franco-German Youth Office (OFAJ-DFJW), the European Youth Parliament organises #Ensemble: Franco-German Youth Exchange: a bilingual digital EYP conference for young people. The conference will take place from 27 to 29 November 2020 and will gather up to 60 young Europeans under the topic of “Youth Perspectives...

Today marks one month after the Digital Health Forum of EYP took place! The European Youth Parliament hosted its first digital event entirely focused on health-related topics, supported by the Wellcome Trust and EIT Health. Around 100 young participants from 26 countries discussed the challenges...

Matthew Caine is the former president and current Communications Trustee of EYP UK. Being a trainer at EYP events has always been his passion. During the EYP Summer Academy in Echternach last August, he was the event’s Head Trainer. But what does that mean? And...

We are sad to say that the digital Spring meeting was the last for the Board of National Organisations and we are nothing but grateful for their contribution. We have reached out to the board members and gathered inspiring input on their motivations and takeaways...

Janis Fifka almost quit EYP in 2017, but then he didn’t. How hard is to say goodbye to EYP? What has he learned from EYP and more importantly what can EYP as an organisation learn from its members? What has your EYP career been like so...