Educational system in different countries is a core element of an EYP programme. In 2017 Educational Councils of EYP will further focus of analyzing the relations between teachers, EYP projects, and National Committees, as well as defining ways of how to best bring EYP methodology outside the programme.
EC in 2017 is represented by:
Barry Hennessy, IE
Aspasia Kontogianni, GR
Dominic Kealey, UK
Janis Fifka, DE
Alex Blin, FR
Emil Bremnes, NO
Anthony McKee, IE (Chair, Governing Body)
Kerstin Eckart, DE (International Office)
No matter whether you are just starting to set up EYP in your country, or you are the National Committee with a long history behind, there is always a room for development, and Regional Development Council of EYP is ready to support you in that!
“Serbian youth is increasingly motivated to study, volunteer, and work, also abroad. Our school system is mostly theoretical and not practical, and that is where EYP comes in. Given that events of violence in the Balkans took place only around 2 decades ago, the need for projects about cooperation, understanding, and dialogue among young people is great”, says Stefan, Board Member on Communication, European Youth Parliament Serbia.
Which topics would you like to be discussed at EYP events in 2017?
New concepts and best practises for EYP events, and the development of committee topics are the core working areas of the Academic Council of EYP. If you need their help and expertise, get in touch via email@example.com
More than 80 youngsters from Denmark and other European countries made up the Odense 2017 -1st National Selection Conference of EYP Denmark last week. This first EYP session on Danish soil was a successful start for EYP Denmark, but will they stop there?