Hello from Berlin! 👋👋 The Governing Body (GB) is the annually elected international Board of the European Youth Parliament. GB members met this weekend and discussed partnerships, a Fundraising Strategy for the EYP, the role of policies in the network, and strategic measures leading up to 2020. Do you have any questions about their strategy for the organisation? You can ask them in the comments!
We hope you are impatient for EYP Belgium's annual Members Weekend! This weekend is meant to close off the board year of 2017-2018 and kickstart the activities of the new board. This weekend is meant for active members of EYP Belgium, first and foremost.
Happy 20th anniversary to EYP Czech Republic! 🎉 After organising an International Session in Prague already in 1991, the National Committee was officially established in 1998 by Mrs Jiřina Vitásková: “I founded the European Youth Parliament in the Czech Republic as a teacher, after my son came home from an EYP event in Germany in the nineties. EYP brings beautiful encounters, new friendships, understanding and awareness, respect for others’ opinions, cultivated dialogue and so much more!” #ThrowbackThursday
The 1st Academic Forum of EYP Cyprus will take place on 20th-25th July 2018, with CJOs training on 19th July, in Nicosia. This EYP event will gather participants from all over Europe under the theme EUnergy: A Paradigm Shift.
On March 19th, delegates from across the Thames Valley region will gather for the annual Thames Valley Regional Forum where a variety of topics will be discussed, from tackling tax avoidance to assessing frameworks for future military cooperation between the Member States.
On March 19th, delegates from across the South Wales region will gather for the annual South Wales Regional Forum where a variety of topics will be discussed, from tackling tax avoidance to assessing frameworks for future military cooperation between the Member States.
The GB invites those NCs who are developing their national strategies. NC reps will share their experiences with creating their strategies and the GB will provide some best practices based on other NCs' experiences and their own working with the International Strategy.