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Session website |Facebook page | Resolution Booklet The 85th International Session of EYP took place from 19 to 30 July 2017 in Brno, which is, with its 400,000 inhabitants, the second largest city in the Czech Republic. Brno is primarily known as the centre of higher education –...

Session website | Facebook page | Resolution Booklet Trondheim&Røros 2017 invites 300 young Europeans to experience the past through the historic Røros and Trondheim to shape the future together. The international event gathering young people between 16-26 from 38 countries will focus on the quintessential experience...

The motto of this International Session was "Young and Innovative Ideas for a Sustainable Future", which was apparent in various actions taken. The idea was to create a session as sustainable as possible, which concluded in the participants only using public transport, a vegan or...

This International Session of the European Youth Parliament was hosted by the European Youth Parliament France in Rennes, the capital of Brittany, gathering 300 young participants from 36 European countries. A special enrichment of this session, which took place from 14-23 July 2016, was that for the first...

The 81st International Session of the European Youth Parliament took place in Dublin and Belfast from 5-13 March 2016, gathering more than 300 young people from 34 European countries. For ten days, Belfast and Dublin were a hotspot for exciting debates about European issues that related to the...

The 80th International Session of the European Youth Parliament gathered 315 Europeans from 32 European countries in the city of Leipzig, Germany, from 6-15 November, 2015. Throughout the event the participants went through different stages of the conference, starting from Teambuilding, followed by Committee Work...

The International Office of the EYP regularly offers volunteering experiences in the context of the European Solidarity Corps (ESC) for young people who would like to support its work and gain professional insights into the operations of an international, peer-to-peer educational NGO. We asked our current volunteers Alex and Arda about their reasons to dedicate their time to long-term volunteering at the EYP Office.

The European Youth Parliament network is run by young people who jointly steer the organisation. The EYP councils allow more active members to be involved in shaping the EYP on an international level. This year, the councils met in different corners of Europe, proving how the EYP can be efficient in a mobile, rotating and decentralised manner. Find out more about the outcomes of the council meetings!

The EYP network is active in 40 countries across Europe. This is possible thanks to young volunteers who dedicate their free time to developing the organisation. We asked Matti and Ida from EYP Finland how is it like to run a peer-to-peer educational NGO in their country.

In EYP, young people engage with the most pressing challenges of our time and offer fresh perspectives on how to solve them. Thanks to the EYP Power Shifts project, we had a chance to share the youth's opinions on the future of energy with decision-makers attending the EU Sustainable Energy Week in Brussels.