For the first time in EU history Estonia is holding the Presidency of the Council of the European Union
Tandem Project is an initiative that matches NGOs with refugees and asylum seekers that want to do a 2 weeks-voluntary service in Brussels
Making it easier to search and apply for a job in another EU country.
To answer that question over 200 young people and policy makers from across Europe met at the EU Youth Conference held in Malta (20-23 March 2017) and developed a concrete action plan for use by Member States
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
Representatives of non-governmental youth organisations or networks not members of the European Youth Forum are invited to apply for a seat on the Advisory Council on Youth for a two-year mandate 2018-2019.
From 1 to 7 May hundreds of events will be taking place across Europe to inform young people about various EU mobility opportunities, solidarity, inclusion, democracy and active citizenship.
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.
The conference “Overcoming Youth marginalisation”, organised by HRYO the 3rd May 2017, gathered judiciary experts, policy makers and first line practitioners to address the drama of young Europeans embracing violent extremism.
How to promote the Europe integration of the Western Balkans region? To answer that, the European Western Balkans Youth Meeting, held in Ljubljana, has proposed an Action Plan for Youth Work and Youth Policy.
Authorised organisations can now select potential employees, trainees or volunteers for their activities in the European Solidarity Corps.
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!
Aiming to ban unpaid internships in EU Institutions, the European Youth Forum and the Youth Intergroup launch a campaign for fair internships. Thereby they support the global movement that reclaims dignity for young interns.
Do you want to improve mobility for students with disabilities? Take part in the Erasmus Student Network Survey 2017.
Have your say about the new initiative European Solidarity Corps.
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.
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
On 11 January 2017, the city of Groningen (The Netherlands), hosts the 14th European Border Breakers Awards, the European music show dedicated to recognise the success of ten emerging artists or groups.
From 1st 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.
The initiative will allow you to benefit from opportunities to make an important contribution to society across the EU!
The Slovak Presidency of the European Council, together with the Slovak Youth Council, the European Commission and the European Youth Forum, hosted the EU Youth Conference in Košice, Slovakia, from 3 to 6 October 2016.
Nearly 300 people joined the survey to choose one of the three designs proposed for Structured Dialogue.
The EU Aid Volunteers initiative brings volunteers and organisations from different countries together to work on humanitarian projects worldwide.
The European Commission launched a consultation about how European Union (EU) countries work together on policy for young people. Give your input on how useful and effective you think EU youth policy is.
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.
Learning languages enriches your cultural awareness and broadens your mind, but it can also enhance your CV if you get your learning certified. Find out which certificates are more widely accepted and how you can get them.
It's time to get the young voices of Europe heard! What do you want from Europe? What would you like to change? The New Narrative for Europe is a chance to talk about your vision for Europe.