We are delighted to open the call for the Head-Organisers of the following events planned by EYP Georgia: Batumi Regional Selection Conference, Zestaponi-Sachkhere Inter-Regional Weekend and Zugdidi Regional Selection Conference.
If you are willing to lead the team that will have a crucial role in making the above mentioned events happen and thus, contribute to the further development of our organisation, send your filled in application forms by December 20th, 23:59.
We are looking forward to receiving and reading your applications!
10th National Selection Conference of EYP Georgia will be organised in Tbilisi on 11-14 December 2015. The session will gather 130 participants from all over Europe to discuss and debate some of the most pressing issues of our time.
We are thrilled to announce that three of our Alumni has attended 4th National Selection Conference of EYP Azerbaijan. The Session was a part of the project BASES of the International Office of the organisation. 4th NSC was hosted by beautiful city of Baku.
Two board members of EYP Georgia, Mr. Zurab Giorgobiani and Ms. Tamta Tsveraidze were part of the Chairs' Team as a Vice-President and a Chairperson respectively. While Ms. Tamari Sutidze, member of the National Committee was representing our organisation as a Journalist.
We are delighted to introduce Salome Bladadze and Tamta Jugasvili as the Head-Organisers of Tbilisi School Session 2016 of EYP Georgia, which will be held in late February in Tbilisi, Georgia. With their enthusiasm and experience, we are fully assured that the session is in safe hands.
If you are willing to join the team led by this wonderful duo, send your application forms at email@example.com by December 10, 23:59. And do keep in mind that the late applications will not be accepted.
Baltic Forum of EYP takes place in Narva, Estonia from 27th to 30th of November, 2015.
Baltic Forum is a four-day international forum of the European Youth Parliament gathering 150 young people to share ideas and form opinions.
The forum focuses on inclusion and aims to introduce EYP to newcomers. It gathers both native-speaking and non-native speaking youth from the Baltic countries and participants from different European countries.