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Dear EYPers, At the end of a busy year, let me use this opportunity to extend my warmest wishes and greetings to all of you, on behalf of the EYP’s International Office in Berlin. What a successful year 2019 it has been! When compiling our end-of-year newsletter, we felt truly...

The EYP Mentorship programme is designed to bring together young EYPers who are beginning their professional careers (and are, for example, finishing their studies and seeking their first jobs) or are in the transitional phase between the jobs and searching for input from EYP alumni...

EYP owes all its success to the tens of thousands of volunteers who have dedicated their time, energy and ideas to our organisation. As part of a wider effort to improve the recognition culture for volunteers’ work in EYP, the Alumni coordination group started a...

In every city across Europe, we have amazing personalities from the Alumni pool who find ways to stay involved and support the EYP network. We had a chance to talk to one of them – Tiago Correia Machado – an alumnus from Portugal who currently...

Throughout 2019, all actors of international governance, National Committees, the Governing Body and the International Office have put efforts into ensuring EYP continues to be and always improves as a safe and welcoming environment for all. From workshops with committees and officials teams in International...

2019 was a year full of exciting activities and events, we asked our National Committees to share their highlights with the network. Check out what EYP Ireland, Germany and Austria are proud of. EYP Ireland: The Irish NC is proud of the initiatives in outreach...

Having successfully finished their 2-year terms serving as Governing Body (GB) members, Marek Navrátil, Helga Dirlinger, and Maria Manolescu were happy to share their thoughts on their experiences as GB members and their predictions for the future of EYP. How would you describe your GB experience...

The Berlin Wall, constructed by the German Democratic Republic (GDR) in 1961, physically divided the city, acting as a political and ideological barrier between East and West Berlin. The Wall acted as a symbol for the instability and division of the time, at the height...