In the EU Youth Conference, which took place in Luxembourg from 20 to 24 September, youth representatives together with representatives from the member states reflected on eight recommendations on the field of youth participation.
Interested in Erasmus+ and European youth cooperation? Join the free course from 2 - 29 November 2015
The 8th Rugby World Cup kicked off in September, with 20 national teams competing for the Webb Ellis Cup.
Are you a student looking for the chance to show off your coding skills? Would you like to win a trip to CERN, or even a nine-week internship with CERN openlab? If so, then the Intel Modern Code Developer Challenge 2015 is for you.
Manchester has become the first UK city to be shortlisted for the European Youth Capital 2018. It joins four other cities in the final stage before a winner is announced later this year.
Black History Month is a celebration of Black history, arts and culture. Events and exhibitions take place all over the UK to share the positive impact of having a diverse culture, and the stories of those who influenced history.
The Week was a success, gathering 137 000 young people for national events and 2000 people for Brussels event. Find out more facts and figures about it!
Become one of the 77 young journalists that will have the chance to report from the European Parliament at the European Youth Media Days 2015, which will take place from 20 to 22 October in Brussels, Belgium.
Are you interested in testing your knowledge about Europe? Answer a question a day from 3 July to 31 December and get the chance to win amazing prizes!
Latvia held the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union during the period January to June 2015. This is the second Presidency in the trio with Italy (second half 2014) and Luxembourg (second half 2015).
Mons in Belgium and Pilsen in the Czech Republic celebrate a year of music, theatre, dance, film and literature events showing their culture to the world. Keep an eye on all events through their websites.