The press release is available here. The civil society in Belarus is experiencing an ever-growing crackdown. While the news of violence and protests have been missing from the media, young people from the European Youth Parliament in the country are experiencing distressing pressure from the government....

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...

The European Youth Parliament and the Understanding Europe Network are calling for two new EYP National Committees to join the Understanding Europe Network for at least two years. The Understanding Europe Network, similar to the EYP Network, is enabling an inclusive and diversity-oriented platform for citizenship education, participation and peer-to-peer learning, it aims...

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...

Power Shifts shifted into the digital dimension with great success! The “Power Shifts – Reflecting Europe’s Energy” Project encourages young people from across Europe to explore and discuss European energy policy during events organised by the European Youth Parliament. By taking part in the project’s...