Submit a photo story to the CedefopPhotoAward 2017 and win a trip to Brussels (Belgium) or Thessaloniki (Greece).
If you have an idea to create a sustainable world take part in this contest organised by the Goi Peace Foundation and Stiftung Entrepreneurship
University students worldwide can apply for a UniPlaces' scholarship providing the accommodation costs, up to 2.000 per grant, during a semester.
Training opportunity in Cyprus!
Do you feel your views are not being heard by policy makers? DEEP-Linking Youth has developed a social media monitoring platform to connect EU policy makers with the challenges faced by young Europeans.
Do you want to win photographic equipment and a trip to Brussels? Then take part in the photo competition organised by the European Socialist Group in the Committee of the Regions.
About 40 University of Essex students got the chance to meet members of the European Parliament during a special trip to Brussels.
Organisations can now offer European Solidarity Corps placements for their activities giving them the opportunity to select potential employees, trainees or volunteers.
Interested in making films? Ever tried your hand at animation? Now is your chance with Into Film’s competition ‘The Animation Challenge’! Open to young people aged 5 to 19 in the UK.
Young Europeans are being invited to look ahead at how Europe can reach its full digital potential by taking part in a video contest. What’s your digital vision for 2025?
If you want to master a language, use it! Get rid of the old excuse that you have no one to practice Dutch or Portuguese with. Join a conversation exchange and improve your skills for free!
The European Parliament have announced that mobile roaming charges for EU consumers will end on June 15, 2017, enabling them to call and transfer data across borders from another EU member state for the same cost as at home.
The IARS International Institute announces the winners of the 5th Annual IARS Research and Youth Leadership Awards 2016
Varna (Bulgaria) will hold events and projects designed to demonstrate the active, essential role that young people and youth organisations can and do play in society.
From 1 January to 30 June 2017 Malta will hold the presidency of the Council of the European Union for the first time since the country joined the EU in 2004.
Aarhus (Denmark) and Pafos (Cyprus) take the places of San Sebastian and Wroclaw as the two European Capitals of Culture for 2016. They will have a year of music, theatre, dance, film and literature events showing their culture to the world
Does European consciousness matters? Take part in this competition and maybe you'll end up a winner!
The EU Aid Volunteers initiative brings volunteers and organisations from different countries together to work on humanitarian projects worldwide.
During one month in October, Time to Move activities will inform young people about European opportunities all over Europe. Hundreds of events await participants in around 20 countries.
The Missing Type campaign was launched for the second year in a row in August. Find out why it is important to donate blood, how blood types are connected and how you can become a donor.
The job market is a competitive, scary place, particularly for those young people who have little working experience. Arm yourself as best you can by using employability networking tools like YouRock.
The Report explores young people's participation in economic, political and community life
Travelling on your own for some people is a terrifying idea, for others it’s an opportunity to explore free of any constraints. Whatever your view, it’s important to make sure you’re safe.
The 'Passenger Rights' web page gives you clear and concise information about travel rights in the European Union. It prepares passengers to face any possible situation and ensures a pleasant trip.