Now that festivities have begun, we would like to kick off celebrations by reflecting on the achievements of EuroPeers over the past year as well as, looking at the exciting future ahead!
Another exciting edition behind us – time to look back at all we have achieved, and, of course, time to move!
Lewis, Samah, Jess and Sam young people from Greater Manchester journeyed with Dave Narayan Singh from Manchester City Council to attend an Erasmus+ funded European Network of Regional & Local Youth Platform (ENRYP) event in Romania.
A short article with information on how to take part in the Time to Move campaign, plus events in Wales this October.
What's the difference between the European Solidarity Corps & the European Voluntary Service?
Are you a young person and passionate about helping integrate refugees and migrants? Feel like you need a one-stop shop that lists all the different opportunities across Europe?
Olga attended YO!Fest as a representative of Momentum World to promote the work of Eurodesk and also the newly created EuroPeers UK network. The entire Eurodesk delegation consisted of participants and multipliers from across Europe.
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.
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?