Do you wish to contribute to the running of the European Youth Parliament on the international level? Do large Excel sheets not intimidate you? Are you interested in supporting our Alumni Network? Do you want to earn some extra money in doing so?   The International Office of the European Youth Parliament is offering a part-time short-term position as...

On Friday, 23rd of July 2021, we were informed that our National Committee representing the European Youth Parliament in Belarus has been put under liquidation by the Belarusian government. Neither were they informed nor was their case heard before this decision was made.  Following the developments...

We are embarking on an exciting project to develop an Impact Framework for the European Youth Parliament. We want to be able to create a powerful and confident story of change that is based on solid data and evidence coming from all parts of the...

We are very happy to open the call for volunteers to join us at the International Office in Berlin! We are now looking for two volunteers who will support the work of the EYP International Office, in the framework of the European Solidarity Corps (ESC), in...

The EYP National Committee Support Fund is about to kickstart distributing €14.000! We will support 16 national organisations and 27 different events and projects which will be carried out by EYP across Europe throughout 2019. Supported projects include national organisation capacity building, strategies, administrative costs and legal fees, sustainability, and strengthening the diversity of the network.
						

How will European democracy look after the elections in May? Will young people feel more represented? In 2014, only 28% of 18-to-24-year-olds voted in the European Parliament elections, compared to 51% of those aged over 55. The European Youth Parliament (EYP) encourages young voters to make use of their voting rights. This peer-to-peer educational programme offers young people the space to actively engage with democracy, not just during elections, but in everyday life. 
						

The 89th International Session of the European Youth Parliament(EYP) took place in Yerevan, Armenia in March 2019. For 10 days, almost 300 participants from 36 countries across Europe engaged in intercultural encounters and explored ways to be active citizens together. It was notably the biggest international youth event in the history of Armenia. Below are some of the session's highlights.