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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.

A newsletter perhaps, or mentoring programmes? Knowledge transfer to the new generations of active volunteers, or rather help with future fundraising efforts? Counselling EYP on later gained areas of expertise? Ideas on how to work with alumni members of an organisation can be numerous, and EYP...

The Berlin-based Schwarzkopf Foundation is the international umbrella organisation of the European Youth Parliament. Within that programme line, we are currently looking for interns who would be interested in internships between November 2017 and February 2018. The internship is available for a 3-month period. Please find...

On 28-29 September, Noura Berrouba, a member of the Governing Body, represented the European Youth Parliament at the World Economic Forum’s Reshaping Europe meeting in Milan. Read about her thoughts on youth representation.

The European Youth Parliament (EYP) is an educational network that brings together young people aged 14 to 28 across Europe. But when you are newbie in the EYP there are some terms commonly used by the other members that you may not fully understand.

Why did the turnout of young voters rise during the last UK elections? Does it mark the beginning of a shift towards young people becoming more interested in voting? See how the participants of the Brno International Session this summer have answered these questions!

One of the best ways to improve an organisation? Invest in people. This is why, this autumn we’re planning few capacity building events to provide training courses and enable knowledge-sharing for EYP members from all around Europe.

                            European Youth Parliament Armenia has developed dynamically throughout the past 5 years - what started with just one delegate representing the committee at the Zurich IS in 2013, has now grown into more than 1000 people that are reached through its activities yearly.