7 March 2019: “Have your say in what the European Parliament should do for youth!” in Brussels, Belgium
Your chance to contribute to the European Parliament's Youth Outreach Unit annual programme is nowhere.
The European Parliament is looking to host 50 young people from the EU Member States as representatives of youth organisations in order to identify improvements which can be made in the EP's involvement in the field of youth.
This programme will run from March 6th to 7th in the European Parliament in Brussels, with accommodation and travel arranged and covered by the organisers.
How can the European Parliament better interact with youth organisations? How can the European Parliament communicate better with young people? What do you and the public you represent need and want from the European Parliament?
Have your say in what the European Parliament should do for youth and take the chance to participate in this event.
During the event, organised in a fully participatory format, youth organisations from all EU Member States will be invited to tell and share their ideas on what the European Parliament could do for them and the public they represent.
The most concrete and realistic ideas resulting from the event will become part of the Youth Outreach Unit annual programme.
The event will be held at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium.
The programme of the event is currently under preparation and will be finalised in February.
The draft outline is as follows:
- 6 March - arrivals;
- 7 March - working groups from 09.00 to 18.00, followed by a networking drink.
The language of the event is English.
Who can participate
Local or regional youth organisations, from all EU Member States. Working with disadvantaged youth is an asset.
Accommodation and travel will be arranged and covered by the organisers. Lunch will be provided on 7 March, as well as a networking drink after the event. For questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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