The International Summer Academy 2015 in Sønderborg welcomes young people from the region, from other European regions/countries and abroad, who will meet to discuss steps towards a Europe making better use of its human and cultural assets – in the wake of the experiences of the summer academy 2013, which set an important standard for IUC´s work in the youth field, and the European elections 2014.
More than thirty European Networks of civil society supported the creation of Civil Society Europe on 16th December 2014 in Rome. Civil Society Europe will work towards regenerating the European project around the shared values of Equality, Solidarity, Inclusiveness and Democracy expressed in its Manifesto.
On behalf of the MEP Baltic Sea Region organization and Finnish partners, I have the great pleasure of inviting you to the session in Helsinki April 13 – 18, 2015 with 10 participants from each of our member countries and 5 from guest countries.
The European MEP (Model European Parliament) family gathered for the reunion (20th year-anniversary) in Vienna in the spring. In front Anna van Sminia, former Secretary General (NL) and Gottfried Oehl, present coordinator (A). This week the international MEP session will take place in Luxembourg for 32 countries.
Europa-Huset inviterer dig til et arrangement tirsdag den 11. november kl. 14.00-16.00 i Europa-Huset, Gothersgade 115, 1123 København K, hvor vi markerer 25-årsdagen for Murens fald ved at tage udgangspunkt i en fortælling om den europæiske ungdomsgeneration.
Young people from SAG, Gefion, Rysensteen and Svendborg participated in this high profiled conference with young colleagues from our partner schools in Sweden and Germany.
EUNET welcomes the fact that citizenship is part of the same portfolio as education, culture and youth as laid out in the new structure for the next European Commission.
See social media updates from the session on Storify
There is a need for developing new opportunities, activities and events attractive to young adults, both for those living in and outside the region.
One hundred years after the start of the First World War, this ‘great seminal catastrophe of the 20th century’ (George F. Kennan), the NECE initiative is organising its annual conference in Vienna.