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...

We are proud to announce that EYP flagship events are in safe hands. For the upcoming three international sessions in Warsaw, Nicosia and Milano, the Presidents and the Editors have been selected, completing the session leadership of each event alongside the Head Organisers. Additionally, in...

Good news in challenging times! Novi Sad and EYP Serbia will host the 97th International Session of the EYP in Autumn 2021! Congratulations and the best of luck to Jelena Valentik and Nikola Milenković for taking on this huge role upon them. "An International...

EYP Iceland is one of the youngest members of the EYP family, founded in 2016. We talked with Margrét Benediktsdóttir and Emma Ósk Ragnarsdóttir, members of the National Committee of EYP Iceland about their fresh perspective on EYP, the roles they fulfil and what they...

Outreach, inclusion, cooperation: some of the key aspects of EYP which sets out to be a grand motive for the young volunteers working for these causes. Our spotlight series continues with Elena and Xanthi from Greece, who were happy to share their experiences in their...

Diogo is 21 and studies Philosophy, Politics and Economics at King's College London. At the same time, he is a board member of the national European Youth Parliament organisation in Portugal! How does that work? What do you do in EYP Portugal? This is my second term...