What is the future you want? How can it best be achieved? Take your camera, be creative and spread your vision through a documentary video.
Are you interested in knowing the hidden secrets of sciences? Join the European Researchers' Night taking place every year across Europe on the last Friday of September in over 250 cities across Europe and beyond.
The European Day of Languages is a time to celebrate all the languages spoken around the world, promote language learning and have some multilingual fun!
The European Commission seeks your views on how to best develop a Single Digital Gateway, an instrument that will provide user-friendly access to information, e-procedures and advice services throughout Europe.
From 16 to 22 September you will have the opportunity to enjoy a week of events dedicated to sustainable mobility!
Choose one powerful idea to show how you connect either with yourself, the environment or your peers in a two minute video.
Get the most out of working during the summer, join the 'Science in the sun' photo competition!
The European Parliament has published new statistics on various aspects of young people's lives.
How do Europeans see the EU? And what are their expectations of it? Find out what a recent survey says about the perceptions and expectations Europeans have regarding the EU’s action.
How do you feel about living abroad? Could see yourself studying or working long-term in another country? Find out which Erasmus+ type you are in this quiz, then compare with your friends!
The EU Aid Volunteers initiative brings volunteers and organisations from different countries together to work on humanitarian projects worldwide.
The 3rd Human Rights Education Forum invites you to submit your photos or illustrations on the theme of “Learning Equality, Living Dignity”, showcasing the impact of human rights in education.
For this 4th edition, in link with the 20th EVS anniversary of the European Voluntary Service, the French Erasmus+ Agency for Youth & Sport invites you to illustrate the sentence: “To be 20, a part to play and get involved!”.
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.
What can the EU do to support young people to become entrepreneurs? Would you like to share your thoughts with policymakers and entrepreneurs on a European stage? Submit your idea and you could be on your way to Bratislava!
How does Europe make a difference to your local community? Explain it through a photo by showing a project receiving EU funding in your region.
Launched by Cedefop, the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, the 2nd phase of the "Youth in education and training" photo competition aims to see how you see yourself in your school or work-based learning e
Are you passionate about environmental issues? Create a short video and get the chance to win cash prizes!
The Report explores young people's participation in economic, political and community life
Join “The Road to 2030: Eradicating Poverty and Achieving Sustainable Production and Consumption” on the 12th of August 2016
Are you a young designer or an e-Content creator? Join the global contest for online or mobile initiatives designed to raise awareness and help resolving the most pressing global issues!
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.
Do you think you'd be the Best Volunteer Ever?
The EBU is proud to launch ‘Generation What Europe’, the first ever trans-media project bringing together 11 EBU Members to create the first ever profile of young people from across Europe.
The European Youth Event (EYE) will be held in Strasbourg on 20-21 May 2016. There, young people from different countries will exchange ideas on youth related issues and will meet decision makers.
San Sebastian and Wroclaw take the places of Mons and Pilsen as the two European Capitals of Culture for 2015. They will have a year of music, theatre, dance, film and literature events showing their culture to the world.
Since 1996, close to 100 000 young people have taken part in international volunteering through the European Voluntary Service.