NHS England officially launched a brand new Youth Forum in 2014. Comprising 20 Young People recruited from across the country and linked in to a Facebook network of many more young people, the forum aims to provide a voice for young people.
The UK Youth Parliament provides opportunities for 11-18 year olds to use their elected voice to bring about social change through meaningful representation and campaigning.
What's happening in European politics? What impact do EU decisions have in Europe and the rest of the world? 'The European Sting' offers a broad overview of these topics.
Hundreds of events were organised in all 33 Erasmus+ programme countries in April and May 2015.
Oumeng.eu is a new platform that brings together information and tips on various topics of interest for Chinese speakers interested in the EU and its Member States, as part of an increasing EU-China cooperation.
The European Youth Parliament encourages you to take an interest in current affairs and the democratic process, practice independent thinking and take personal initiative. Do you want to take part?