Schengen 2019 - 6th National Selection Conference of EYP Luxembourg

07/04/2019 to 11/04/2019 

United for Change - Making our future the purpose of our present

Schengen 2019 - 6th National Selection Conference of the European Youth Parliament (EYP) Luxembourg will take place from April 8th until April 11th 2019, in the town of Schengen, where in 1985, the Schengen Agreement was signed. It will gather over 110 young people from all around the European Union, to discuss many relevant topics which concern our youth today. The session will be lead under the organisation of Jim Riewer, Isabella Siry and their team of motivated organisers, along with the leadership team and their individual teams.

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Today we'd like to share with you another project from the media team of Schengen2019!
This article was written by Clàudia

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After a long day of Committee Work, all participants came to Domaine Henri Ruppert winery to enjoy some Luxembourgish food and baverages. During the event, delegates had a chance to take part in activities prepared by the Jury Team and the Editorial Team.

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Schengen treaty is a symbol. For some of us, Resolution Booklet of Schengen 2019 can also be treated as a symbol. Undoubtedly, in these two cases there is much more inside that it seems.
Having said that, we are thrilled to present you the session video of Schengen 2019 filmed by Vanessa LaGrange, Clàudia Sánchez, Anouck Guillot, Ania Rejman, Ola Kowalewska and Elizabete Ronija Dreimane, edited and directed by Ania Rejman

https://vimeo.com/332695355

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As you may know the participants of Schengen 2019 are an incredibly gifted group of individuals. This video is a fun compilation of the participants hidden talents. A project by Meabh Finnerty and Elizabete Ronija Dreimane

https://vimeo.com/332413533

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Women have always been either in the background, or out of the picture when referring to the history of any discipline. During the Media Evening we decided that we wanted to change that through a research lab entitled “Women in History: bringing back the past to change the future”. Delegates got the opportunity to have a conversation with some members of the Media Team, do some research and learn about all the women that changed the field of what they are most passionate about. Here is the result. Project done by Claudia Sanchez

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