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The European Youth Parliament's International Office, based in Berlin, is looking for two new Project Managers to support our work As a programme of the Schwarzkopf Foundation Young Europe, the European Youth Parliament (EYP) supports the development of young people into politically-aware and responsible citizens by...

  On our Facebook page, every Thursday we highlight memorable events and EYP moments. We refer to them as #Throwback Thursdays. In these posts, one can look back, and reminisce about their experiences, feelings, learnings, and most important of all..companionship! It’s a place where all members,...

  It is with great pleasure that we announce that the 91st International Session will take place in Hamburg, Germany! The event will kick-off in September 2019, hosted by European Youth Parliament Germany. EYP Germany has already hosted 9 International Sessions in the past, in 7 different...

  The European Youth Parliament (EYP) is a unique educational programme which brings together young people from all over Europe, to discuss current topics in a parliamentary setting. The EYP is a non-partisan and independent programme. The EYP consists of a network of 40 European associations...

The 86th International Session of the EYP in Tbilisi, (11-19 November 2017), will be remembered by its inspiring guests as well as its high quality academic outcomes.

It is with great pleasure that we can announce that the 90th International Session will take place in Valencia, Spain! The event will take place in the summer 2019, and both its geographical location and academic theme are already making the network look forward to the session.

Who do you think should help the EYP network develop and grow the impact our organisation has on a strategic level? These are the names of four people that are coming forward for the Governing Body elections!

Now that you have a better image of what is a National Committee and how the International Office works, let’s move to some other terms that are commonly used by EYPers!

  In 2017, over 65 million people worldwide were reported as being forcibly on the move, either as internally displaced people or as refugees beyond their state’s borders. While international organisations such as the UN and the EU have prepared responses and addressed their member states’ commitments to international refugee conventions, pressing questions regarding conflict mediation, refugee aid and family reunion policies, among many other topics, remain unsolved.