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Registration for the EU event is open

Registration for the European Youth Week’s EU event on 29-30 April in Brussels is now open. Join debates and discussions with policy-makers and young people in the European Parliament that will open its doors to hundreds of participants.

Check out the programme and register here.

Two major flagship events with Commissioner Navracsics on democracy and the European Solidarity Corps will gather participants in the EP hemicycle to spark the debate and hear inspirational stories. Three batches of parallel break-out sessions will give the opportunity to discuss a broad range of topics such as Erasmus+, volunteering, elections, immigration, languages, space programmes, equal rights, disinformation, environment, climate change, technologies and more.  They will take place in the form of panel debates, interactive discussions, workshops, educational games and networking sessions. In addition, visit the Market Square with various stands to find out more about EU funded programmes and policies for young people. Don’t forget to check out the #EUandMe pop-up cinema and the exhibition of Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps projects!

That’s not it. Guided tours in the House of European History and bicycle tours in Brussels are offered as optional activities for registered participants. The Yo!Fest organised by the European Youth Forum will welcome you on Tuesday right outside the European Parliament with activities and performances. A two-day long programme in Brussels will be closed with a concert.

All the events of the programme are open for anyone and for free! Places are limited, so make sure to register timely.

The European Youth Week is organised by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture in partnership with the European Parliament and with involvement of 13 other Directorates General of the Commission and other partners.


*As a general rule, if you have not been specifically contacted, the European Commission does not cover travel and accommodation costs in Brussels.

** Three events market in the programme are upon invitations only for specific audiences

Published: Tue, 26/03/2019 - 18:13

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