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Med den animerede EP-guide "Make Your Choice" har du bl.a. mulighed for at læse sjove facts om Europa-Parlamentet . Målet er at give dig indblik i, hvad der kan ske hvis unge undlader at stemme til Europa-Parlamentsvalget på søndag.
How did your ERASMUS experience influence your feelings of European identity and your participation in the EU elections? Participate in the Erasmus Voting Assessment (EVA) surveys and you may win a trip to Brussels in autumn 2014!
If you are old enough to vote don't miss the chance to have your voice heard. Cast your vote at the European Parliament Elections!
Never think you are too young to share your opinion on the future of Europe. Join the most exciting and instructive field trip ever to Brussels, where you can exchange ideas with students from all over Europe!
Share your ideas for a better Europe at the European Parliament in Strasbourg during the European Youth Event 2014 (9 - 11 May 2014).
In the last European elections most of the young people that didn’t vote pointed the lack of information as the main reason. Now European youth organisations want to change that situation.
Old enough to vote yet? What do you know about elections? Voting is the highest form of participation available for citizens of democratic societies and a right that should be used to the fullest.
Structured Dialogue is a discussion between young people and policy makers about certain themes, to make sure the opinion of young people is taken into account in defining the EU’s youth policies.
There are different ways of getting your ideas across, such as voting or Structured Dialogue. But if it’s not election time or if your issue is not exactly related to politics, there are other ways you can be heard.