I am very happy to announce that the Call for the Media Team Members for the 89th International Session in Yerevan is now open! You can find the document with the application questions and Editors' vision atttached to this Call, on the right side of the page.
The link to event's page is also provided on the right side of this page. You can submit your applications through this page. Further instructions are also included in the Call. The deadline for applications is Mondy, 3rd of December noon.
Minsk 2018 - 8th National Selection Conference of EYP Belarus is taking place right now, at the same time celebrating 20 years of EYP Belarus! 🎉 For the occasion, alumna Natallia from the 2000s gave a nostalgic speech before Euroconcert and the Ambassador of Germany to Belarus Mr. Peter Dettmar attended the Opening Ceremony, saying that he was “very impressed" by the academic preparation kit of the event and sharing his insights on the committee topics! 👏🇧🇾
Narenta 2019 is the 5th National Selection Session of EYP Bosnia and Herzegovina. Narenta is the iliric name of the river Neretva. It comes from the iliric word Nera-etwa which translates into Divine River. So why did we choose to name our National Session after a river?
The Connaught-Ulster Regional Session of EYP Ireland took place from the 9th-11th of November - the first time that a regional event was held in Cavan! European Youth Parliament Ireland was delighted to have the support of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency for the event and to cover many interesting topics in the areas of the migrant crisis and stateless people.
❄ 'Tis the season again to collect the best EYP pictures of the year! ❄ This time, we're looking for pictures that can explain EYP to the outside world. So, dig into your archives, and maybe you're the one who will win a ✨€100 travel grant✨ to an EYP event 😮📷🌍
💥 BIG NEWS 💥 The 93rd International Session of the EYP in summer 2020 will take place in Warsaw and will be organised by Klara and Maciek from Europejski Parlament Młodzieży EYP Poland 🙌!
"The idea behind the Warsaw 2020 started from the very simple notion of wanting to give back. As EYPers, we receive so much from this organisation that when we realised the horizon was starting to appear in front of us, we decided that before we reach it, there is still time to leave something behind for the organisation that has given us so much."