Tbilisi 2017 - 86th International Session of the European Youth Parliament

11/11/2017 to 19/11/2017
   

86th International Session of the European Youth Parliament will take place in a beautiful capital of Georgia, Tbilisi between 11-19th November, 2017. The hosting National Committee of the International Session is EYP Georgia. Tbilisi 2017 is head-organised by Zurab Giorgobiani and Tamta Tsveraidze.

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Goodbyes are not the end, they simply mean that we will miss you, they simply mean that we will see you again, somewhere around Europe. Thank you for making Tbilisi 2017 happen!

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It is our utmost pleasure and honour to present the local companies that supported Tbilisi 2017 – 86th International Session of the European Youth Parliament.

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Memories. We create them every single day, thanks to our experiences and discoveries. They are like a balloon, all it takes is a moment to create it out of nothingness. By doing so, what was once inexistent and meaningless, suddenly becomes real and important. They bring us a smile on our faces while thinking about these past moments of joy.

But just like a simple balloon, our memories are fragile, they can easily drift away, deflate or even pop. For this reason, we need to cherish them, keep them close, reinflate them in order to keep with us forever these moments of our life.

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Picture taken by Utkan Dora Öncül and Andong Hu, post-processed by Vardges Shahmenendyan

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Fears, regrets and secrets. We don't share our personal life that easily with people we don't know. That is why we asked people to answer anonymously to these questions, in order to know more about their personal life.

The goal was to have strangers read out loud those confessions that were written down by other people and to give advice to them. Project by Patricia Azevedo.

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debate /dɪˈbeɪt/
A formal discussion on a particular matter in a public meeting or legislative assembly, in which opposing arguments are put forward and which usually ends with a vote.

The last two days of the session, the participants assembled for the last time, so as to discuss their resolutions, debate and eventually contribute to each one of them.

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