President of the EYP National Committee in Spain
The European Youth Parliament offers young people a unique opportunity to voice their opinion on European issues, to take part in a pan-European debate and to strengthen their intercultural skills. (…) It is a pleasure to see that an organisation to which I granted my permanent patronage is carrying out such an important work so successfully, and I can only encourage you to pursue your activities in the same spirit!
EYP France and the city of Rennes have been selected to host the 82nd International Session of the EYP in summer 2016.
Congratulations to Head Organisers William Goyet, Sugirthan Sivarajah and Rémi Coinault and their entire team!
Our Governing Body (GB), EYP’s international board, received bids from three National Committees and very much appreciated this competitive selection.
An exciting election period has come to an end, as the elections for three seats on the Governing Body (GB) of the EYP have closed last night. The Governing Body is the EYP’s international board, it is mainly responsible for the strategic direction of the EYP as a whole.
Zahra Runderkamp (NL – alumna) was elected by EYP Alumni. Magnus Hall (SE – teacher) and Jari Marjelund (FI – alumnus) were elected by the National Committees of the EYP, their term will start on 1st of September 204 and run until the end of 2015. Congratulations to these three new GB Members!
Read the full results here.
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso received the results of our recent EYP Think Tank in person in Brussels on June 3rd. He took his time to debate the questions around Youth Unemployment with EYP Alumni, staff as well as our partners from the Vodafone Foundation.
The International Office has published the Annual Report on EYP’s International activities in 2013.