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The 68th International Session of the European Youth Parliament will be organised in Zagreb, Croatia from 30th of September to 9th of October 2011. More than 250 young people from all over Europe will come together to discuss current European topics.
After participation in the IS you will officially become an EYP alumna or alumnus and you will join the large family of those who already have this status. Participation in one of Spring or Autumn IS-s makes you eligible to take part in a Summer IS-s which are designed specifically for alumni.
Don’t lose your chance to represent Belarus at this wonderful event and apply here. As we are in a hurry, please be as quick as possible with applying. The deadline for applying is September, 10 (not later than 21.00 EET).
The applicants are expected to be ready to cover only their travel costs (but there will also be a 100 euro sponsorship assistance towards travel costs). Visa will be free of charge and participation fee of 150 EUR will be covered by the Schwartzkopf Stiftung which supports EYP within the program Jugendes Europa.
EYP Poland is delighted to invite all EYPers to take part in European Forum of Young Local Leaders which will take place in Tarnow between 20th and 23rd September.
The event will gather nearly 200 participants from all over Europe who will come together to discuss issues concerning current political situation, economics, and socio-cultural aspects of our lives in the light of the upcoming Polish Presidency of the Council of the European Union and its priorities.
Event will be divided into three theme sections: the priorities of the Polish Presidency in the Council of the European Union, Polish and European youth policy and the current issues of EU. (more…)
The session will take place in a beautiful city of Athens from April, 1st to April 10th. This will be a unique opportunity for you to experience not only 2 days of Team Building, 4 days of Committee Work and 2 days of the General Assembly. This session will let you become a part of something big and internationally important where your opinion matters. The successful resolutions submitted at the International Sessions of the EYP are directed to the European Parliament and investigated there as youth initiative. This session will also a chance for to rock at socializing parties, cross-Europe style.
1st International Forum of EYP Sweden (IFES) will take place in Stockholm, April 5-11th, 2011. The theme is Human Rights and Democracy and the official session slogan is “Different Fights for Equal Rights”. With delegations from almost 20 European countries and 200 participants the session will be a perfect opportunity to raise awareness of human rights issues in Europe, youth influence in dictatorships, democracy related topics overall and a special focus on the situation of EYP Belarus and youth influence in Belarus.
EYP-Belarus announces competition for 6 places in the delegation which will be awarded with 100% sponsorship! Apply now and get your chance to influence future! (more…)
EYP-Poland is organising the Regional Session in Wroclaw March 9-13, 2011 and is more than happy to invite you to the session as deleagtes!
The deadline is very urgent. there are only 3 DAYS LEFT! Don’t wait too long to apply.
Don’t miss the first event of EYP in 2011. Mini-session in a wonderful city of Vilnius!!! The event will take place at weekend, February 5 and 6, 2011.
The expenses of the participants (visa, travel and other costs) will be covered on the basis of competition. The main reason for us to provide you with 100% sponsorship will be the quality of your application. So take a deep breath, concentrate and fill in the application seriously and responsibly. Please, find the link to the application for a position of delegate below.
The deadline for the application to be submitted is January 16th, 2011.
Petition by European Youth in support of Human Rights, Pluralist Democracy and Transparent Elections for BelarusWednesday, January 5th, 2011
Please, sign this petition, if you are not indifferent to the what people in Belarus are going through. Your signature is a sign of support of democratic changes in Belarus which may happen if the European society will pay proper attention to the consequences of the dictatorship right next to the EU! Belarus needs outer influence to trigger internal changes; such as the influence of European democratic institutions.
This petition is addressed to Catherine Ashton, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice President of the European Commission and is supposed to reach her before January 12, when DROI and AFET committees of the European Parliament meet together.
Please sign! Don’t stay indifferent! http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/youthforbelarus/