Baleares Regional Selection Conference of EYP España 2019

25/01/2019 to 27/01/2019 
in Spain

It's our utmost pleasure to announce that one of the Regional Selection Conferences 2019 of European Youth Parliament España will be held in Baleares from January 24th to January 27th.

The session includes a day for CMOJ training, another for Teambuilding, a whole Saturday for Committee Work and a whole Sunday for General Assembly. In this Session, the students will be selected to go to Zaragoza, the 14th National Selection Conference of EYPE, which will take place in April.

The whole Organising Team is working hard to offer the participants the best from EYP España. Thus, we are available at all times to answer questions, doubts or comments about the Session.

The event is head organised by Águeda M. Morro (ES), Lía Pérez (ES) and Claudia Sánchez (ES).

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👫 The aim of the project was to contour the typical group pictures of everybody standing and being still. While laying on the floor we managed to see a different side of all of Sevilla's RSC teams. From delegates to officials, we asked them to hug, smile and have fun. The result was a worthy group picture, a forever created memory and more time to bond.

📷 Project by: Carolina Barbosa (PT)

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🖌 We decided to ask Sevilla's participants their favourite colour and what does it mean or makes them feel. The main goal was to show diversity, common thoughts and to provide them a fun time. As EYPers we sense the variety of cultures around us in every session and when thinking about that, a color palette came to mind to illustrate it. What is better to represent diversity than a colorful team project?

📷 Project by: Carolina Barbosa (PT)

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🐞As spring is approaching very quickly, the media team decided make a project involving ladybugs - the unofficial spring symbol! The project is aimed at capturing the diverse emotions of participants interacting with the ladybugs.

📷 Project by: Anait Tsaturyan (AM)

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😍 The final video produced by the Sevilla RSC 2019 Media Team is here! Thank you to all the participants that made this session possible.

📷 Brought to you by: Ruxandra Mazilu (Editress, RO), Anait Tsaturyan (AM), Carolina Barbosa (PT) and Jaume Quevedo (ES)

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🤔 How much do delegates actually know about the European Union? Do you want to find out? Then, watch this video.

📷 Project by: Jaume Quevedo (ES)

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🎤 One of the most exciting stages of the session, is the General Assembly. The delegates that took part in Galicia RSC 2019 enjoyed a very fruitful debate and everyone had the chance to share and voice their opinions!

📷 Brought to you by: Ruxandra Mazilu (Editress, RO), Anait Tsaturyan (AM), Carolina Barbosa (PT) and Jaume Quevedo (ES)

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👣 The Regional Selection Conference of Galicia 2019 left a footprint on its participants and this is what I tried to showcase through this project. Inspired by the geographical location of the city of Vigo, we decided to incorporate a hint of summer vibe into this project.

📷Project by: Stylianos Hadjiforados (CY)

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💌 Nowadays, we are closer than ever but we often forget how good it feels to share some positive messages, and how amazing it is to hear these come from the mouths of your fellow delegates. This is why the Media Team of Galicia 2019 set out to capture the footprint our words leave on others.

📷 Project by: Diogo Matos (PT) and Stylianos Hadjiforados (CY)

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😍 The final video produced by the Galicia RSC 2019 Media Team is here! Thank you to all the participants that made this session possible.

📷 Brought to you by: Claudia Jiménez (Editress, ES), Diogo Matos (PT), Stylianos Hadjiforados (CY) and Clàudia Sánchez (ES).

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👣 This session was a bit about footprints, about leaving an impact. Whether if it is by music, pictures or both, our main goal was to leave all participants with a piece of memories in their hands. Music has always been powerful and we aimed to introduce, both officials and delegates, to a piece of Classical Music as part of Europe’s cultural heritage. We asked them to compare how had both their favourite song and Liebestraum Nº3 (Liszt) left a footprint on them. Here’s what happened.

📷 Project by Diogo Matos and Clàudia Sánchez

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