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Myanmar Coup Is A CCP / PLA Victory :

As we review the past ten years of news stories, and the repeated warnings that Myanmar was at risk from Communist Chinese involvements and intentions, we see the building of what is most certainly now a Communist Chinese Party, PLA, victory in Myanmar. One that was not entirely unexpected, and certainly far from unpredictable. The ties between the CCP / PLA and the coup leadership of the current military takeover are unequivocal, and the scenario has been building for a long time. It is a major loss to the United States and its allies, which again speaks to an unavoidable Cold War with Communist China, who have again acted in the manner of the USSR, in that history of Communist leadership. A leadership that the CCP have fully claimed, in the era subsequent to the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Some basic points are summarized in the quoted news from the past decade during which the CCP / PLA have been building up their influence, and exerting their freedoms of action, into neighbouring states, such as Myanmar.

In November 2011, according to The Irrawaddy News, it was "widely believed" that following Min Aung Hlaing's meetings with Chinese military officials that month and his leadership in creating a bilateral agreement on defense cooperation with the Chinese, he had also held talks with Chinese Vice-President Xi Jinping regarding cooperation from China with respect to the Kachin Conflict.

August of 2016 continued the formation of closer relations with the CCP and PLA. “COMMANDER-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing received Mr Song Tao, Minister of the International Department of the Communist Party of the People’s Republic of China, in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday. At the meeting the two representatives discussed strengthening the good relations between the armed forces of the two countries with understanding and trust, cooperation for stability and the development of Myanmar, security issues at the border and the peace process in Myanmar.
Also present were Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) Vice-Senior General Soe Win, senior military officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army) and Ambassador of China to Myanmar Mr Hong Liang.”

Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) meets with Myanmar's Commander-in-Chief of Defense Services Sen-Gen Min Aung Hlaing in Beijing, capital of China, Nov. 24, 2017. China pays great attention to the peace process in Myanmar, and is willing to play a constructive role in this regard for the security and stability in their border areas, President Xi Jinping said Friday. Xi, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, said the 19th CPC National Congress has adopted a blueprint for China's economic and social reform and development for the years to come.
"It will not only inject great vitality into China's own development, but also bring new opportunities for various countries, including Myanmar, in their cooperation with China," he said. Hailing the "profound bilateral friendship," Xi called on the two countries to "strengthen strategic communication and accommodate each other's concerns."

September 2019: “Some UN investigators have even mentioned the possibility of bringing top generals, including Min Aung Hlaing, as well as Suu Kyi, to the International Criminal Court for atrocities committed against the Rohingyas and ethnic minorities in other frontier areas. European and American investors, previously bullish on what had being glowingly referred to as Asia’s “last frontier” market, are now reluctant to commit capital due to the negative impact it could have on their corporate reputations. China has filled the Western gap with loans, trade and investment, not to mention diplomatic support at the UN. But that has put the Tatmadaw, the self-styled guardian of the country’s independence, at loggerheads with Suu Kyi’s civilian government.”

Clearly the CCP has provided at the very least strong implicit support, and perhaps more, for Myanmar ethnic cleansing of the Rohingyas and other ethnic minorities in the frontier areas, paralleling its own continued actions against China's Uighur and other minority ethnic populations in areas the CCP, PLA already controls. Where the United States, the EU, and others were opposed to China's, and Myanmar's actions in relation to insurgent and oppositional minorities, we find that the CCP / PLA stands fully in league with and in favour of that type of policy being exerted in all areas where Chinese Communist control and influence gain ground and can be exerted. We see the same progression being played out in Tibet, in Xinjiang, against the Falun Gong, and others in China, as we see being played out in Myanmar. The latter an area of persistent, intense, and deep, Chinese involvement, with continual support by Communist China of Communists in Myanmar. A similar pattern to China's support for Maoists globally, in many other areas of the world including the growing Maoist threat to India.

September 2, 2020 “Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing received a delegation led by H.E. Mr. Yang Jiechi, Member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee of the People’s Republic of China at the parlour of Zeyathiri Beikman, here, this morning. Also present at the meeting together with the Senior General were Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) Vice-Senior General Soe Win and senior military officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army). The Member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee of the People’s Republic of China was accompanied by high ranking officials and Chinese Ambassador to Myanmar H.E. Mr. Chen Hai. They frankly discussed promotion of sectorwise cooperation as Myanmar and China, being good and old friends, have been enhancing relationship for 70 years with brotherly spirit, implementation of bilateral agreements on the visit of President H.E. Mr. Xi Jinping to Myanmar in January this year”

What we see in the playing out of the coup in Myanmar is a strengthening of CCP / PLA influence and “support” for the Myanmar military regime, which is intent on working closely with Communist China to oust Western, particularly United States, influence. Not surprising in consideration of the fact that Myanmar borders to China and to areas that are integral to China's more immediate plans and actions directed at expanding its regional dominance, influence and control, as part of its commitment to regional and global ambitions that echo those expressed by the USSR at the height of its global involvements. A mantle that the CCP / PLA were quick to take on, right from the beginning, when the CCP became the world's largest and leading Stalinism influenced Communist power.
The Educated Ignu :

Ignu was a word used by poet Allen Ginsberg to refer to the common ignorant man. Then came the educated Ignu, having completed High School, college educated and university degreed. Still an Ignu, but an educated Ignu.

We were educated, but we did not have a clue how to start and run a business, how and when to find a good lawyer, what the law really is, how our political system really works, how to find and keep the right job, what to do and what not to do on the job, how to find a good doctor or dentist and what we can reasonably expect in terms of care, what to do in the case of substandard care, what our own culture really is and how to preserve it, how to find the right mate, how to properly raise children, how to drive a car, about insurance, and nearly anything else of any importance, including they didn't teach us how to change a water tap washer. We were educated in the reading, writing and arithmetic of total ignorance. Oh, we were so highly educated, but that in itself is what assured us of being ignorant.
Communism, Debt, Climate, And Pandemic Depression :

China's Chairman Xi has sought to establish his own Davos type globalist council in hopes that Communist China, and thus Communist ideology and intent, can prevail at influencing the global community, and the global economy to the greatest extent possible. That increases the systemic dangers that come from Communism. Keeping in mind that the worse the global economic situation is, and the more people suffer, the better the prospects for Communist gains become. Communism loves suffering. Assuring economic victimization and helplessness is a favorite tool of Communist aggression. Let's make no bones about it, China definitely wants to rule the world, and to push the United States out of the game, ANY way that it thinks it can. It is the largest economic vampire that has ever come into being. It is, intent on sucking the global economic life blood dry, from any and every wound. Where it does not find opportunity, as to wounds, it is quite ready and able to make new ones to feed upon.

On the other hand America's President Joe Biden has not, as of yet, done what Former President Trump was counselled to do. That is to call in the top ranking economic influences and investors into what would amount to being an Economic Council to help decide and facilitate the rebuilding of infrastructure, industrial base, and even revitalization of arts and culture, in what must become a Roosevelt type "New Deal" with domestic and global implications. This is not the time for an Obama era style group of advisors. The situation is far more critical than that, and threatens to evolve into a global depression of long lasting impact. One of the weaknesses, as to American Capitalism, is that it is under planned, and often over developed. Thus in the wrong areas, leading to waste and attrition in its avoidance of more centralized control and direction. That can be greatly mitigated but it would require immense cooperation from big money, with the administration, as to who is going to do what, where and how. It can be done, but without big money brought fully in, to working together, along with the administration the typical laissez faire economics, even with the advent of behavioral manipulations will prove disastrous.

The long anticipated economic news is starting to come in and it is approximately what we expected would happen. On the other hand do not blame it all on the pandemic. It is believed that an economic crisis was going to occur even without the pandemic, and that the pandemic only acted as a catalyst in terms of when the inevitable would hit the global economy. What is certain is that it will not be an easy or a quick climb out of what is poised to become a global depression. One that will hit some regions much harder than others. A lot of investments are now investments into debt, not equity. Worn out, run down, over borrowed against, is the rule not the exception, and that house of cards will tumble down given the inevitable of changes in the trends and the weather. The tumble down in private borrowing is immanent, and the corporate tumble down certain to follow as to gathering its own momentum. The days of reckoning have been looming on the horizon for a long time, and another economic cycle has ended. The economic grim reaper is at many a door, and more doors every day.

There was a growing excess of unsustainable debt indicating that the global economy was headed into a period of very severe adjustments and changes. The world simply could not continue down that path for much longer. That included excessive corporate and private debt, with much of it poorly invested in a world where many types of sources of supply potentially greatly exceeded actual needs and demands. We must come to terms with the fact that a very significant portion of total debts will, in all probability, never be paid nor will it ever be recovered. Encouraging the global population to keep spending, will not provide the means to digging the way out of the ever deeper hole. In many cases they are being encouraged to spend on the wrong things, because those are the things that they are being offered and stimulated behaviorally to "need". In many cases they remain sold on a world that no longer exists, and that in many regards cannot exist into the future.

Climate change, whatever its actual causes, increasingly threatened a wide range of economic activities. It was largely entirely unplanned for, and increasingly disruptive. In many cases economic activity was concentrated in all the wrong places where it would become most severely impacted. Similarly what you then need, in growing climate disaster, is mostly not what you planned on needing. Worse yet when economic patterns built a global economy that is contrary to actual needs and too much needs to change direction. That and someone has to ultimately pay for all the damage that climate then does. The losses keep mounting and their impact keeps growing. We still do not have a truly independent Climate Change Institute, capable of having the best scientific and engineering minds working on both the real causes and the best possible solutions. One that is freed from political ambitions and profit seeking influences. One that is as objective in climate research as CERN is particle research, and one that similarly seeks six sigma certainties in peer review. We don't have that but we need it. We need it badly.

There is a lot that we need and do not have. It is a long list, but politics, society and economics, as they occur in the real world, are remarkably slow to change, slow to adapt, and often quite irrational. So it is a tough job, and the leading competition definitely wants America to fail. It is willing to become and be as aggressive as it feels it needs to be to achieve that aim. America being the target, and its allies along with it, with every attempt being made to create rifts between America and its allies in the service of the same ends. That too must be kept firmly in mind. A lot can happen that comes from hostile influence, in a world where the hostile competition has unprecedented means to effecting influence, where it is continually poised to develop more means to that effect. It has more people and resources directed at such goals than any nation has ever utilized before, and that rise of power will not prove easy to counter, nor will it prove easy to bring to an end. Nevertheless nations, and their values, are not unlike individuals in their struggles for individual expression and survival. They are often willing to fight for survival and that too must always be kept within the potential reckoning. That too must remain a very real part of planning and response.

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🌟 In the we make it our mission to equip with the skills needed to make their voices heard in their communities. We are happy and proud to present some of our members who recently had the chance to speak up, participate, and share their meaningful input! 💙

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Delft 2022 is over!

Last weekend, EYP The Netherlands held its Regional Selection Session in the city of Delft with the theme “New beginnings: turning crises into opportunities.”

We would like to thank all of the participants for making Delft 2022 a huge success.

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📣 Cast your vote! 🗳

Until the 19th of December, make your vote count in the 2022 Governing Body Elections! 🌟 If you've been active in the EYP as a volunteer, or participated in one of our flagship events in the last four years, you likely received an e-mail to cast your vote for Janis 🇩🇪, Lira 🇦🇲, Milica 🇷🇸, or Yiğit 🇹🇷

⏩ The voting e-mail should already be in your inbox, check the spam/junk folder if you can't find it! If you still don't have the e-mail and you believe you should, reach out to us at [email protected]

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🌟 "There is no European integration process without the people, there is no people without the youth." 💫

We met with Federica Mogherini, Rector of the College of Europe and former High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, we spoke about young perspectives on Europe, especially on the topics of education, participation and geopolitics.

📌 This was a joint event of the and the College of Europe in cooperation with the Young European Federalists [JEF] at Humboldt University Berlin, Understanding Europe Germany and the Schwarzkopf-Stiftung Junges Europa.


You may finally order and have your History Book shipped! 🎉

📚 We have opened an online store to process your orders. If you'd like to see your order shipped this month, make sure you order until December 16th. If you don't manage before then, however, don't worry - our shipping period will resume after the holiday break! 🤩

You can order the book here:

💙 A big thank you to all the people who made this book possible!

Anouck Guillot
Mia Cecilie Pedersen

Writing and research team:
Beka Gvaramia
João Silva
Lauren Cheetham-Birmingham
Malou Laffay
Michaël Gaudin
Shaima Chachai
Steven Constantine Moschidis

Nikita Salukvadze

Contributing Editor:
Anna Saraste

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Kortrijk International Session Media Team

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🔵 During the Kortrijk 2022 - 97th International Session of the European Youth Parliament, the EMPL committee spoke about the increasing social inequalities in Europe towards refugees, and making sure modern and accessible welfare systems are available to vulnerable groups.

We want to thank United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in 🇧🇪 (UNHCR Belgium) for supporting this topic and for enabling to gain a deeper understanding on this crucial matter.

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The 12th Regional Selection Conference of České Budějovice took place from Thursday, 1st to Sunday, 4th of December 2022.

Following the theme “Shaping European identity from within”, participants gathered to share their knowledge and discuss various topics and try to solve prevailing European issues.

The event welcomed around 90 Delegates, who have actively engaged in relevant discussions within 9 committees during the session.

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THIS JUST IN! 🎉 Here are the Governing Body candidates!

We are happy to share with you that Janis 🇩🇪 Lira 🇦🇲 Milica 🇷🇸 and Yiğit 🇹🇷 are running for the international board of the , also known as the Governing Body.

ℹ️ With this announcement, the campaigning period is now open and we encourage EYPers to reach out to the candidates with any questions you might have!

We also invite you to join a "Meet the Candidates" Townhall meeting taking place online on Monday, 12th of December. You can register here:

👀 Keep an eye out for your inbox! All eligible voters will receive a voting e-mail after the campaigning period is over.
📌 Visit the elections page for more info:


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🌟 National Safe Person Training 2022!

👐 During the second National Safe Person (NSP) training, held by the Safe Core Team in the last weekend of November, NSPs and National Committee board members from across the network came together to learn more about how to improve Safety and Welfare at events.

📌 Learn more about EYP Welfare here:

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🔵 Join the EYP Media Academy 2023, organised by European Youth Parliament Sweden - EUP Sverige 🎥

The calls are open to join Anouck Guillot's team of trainers, or to attend these trainings as a participant! 🙌
You can apply until the 18th of December!

📌 To apply or to see more information, visit the event page:


Good news! 🎉 Vicky, our Governing Body member recently featured on Italian television where she spoke about the work and values of the

We are very thankful and happy to see the work of our network recognised! 🙌

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The is happy to closely collaborate with the Understanding Europe network. 🌟

ℹ️ Understanding Europe is a programme fostering diversity-oriented democratic citizenship education, and similar to the , it is run by young people, for young people.

11 organisations in the Understanding Europe network are run by EYP volunteers! We are very grateful for the work they do to bring workshops and discussions into classrooms all over Europe 💙 These workshops cover topics about Europe, Social Justice, Media Literacy, Democratic Participation, and more. 🙌

📌 Find out more here:

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⭐ We are delighted to announce the Head Trainer of the Media Academy 2023: Anouck Guillot from Belgium.

🔵 "EYP Media translates messages through different mediums chosen by creative-minded volunteers. Since the inception of the EYP media teams have been undertaking the journey of capturing and catching moments. Remembering my first EYP experiences, I recall media team projects and pictures as joyful memories and a celebration of different achievements.
Acknowledging the importance of EYP Media, I am extremely excited to have the privilege of being a Head-Trainer of the Media Academy 2023 hosted by EYP Sweden, to share the best practices and help shape the media team’s future across the network."

ℹ️ Keep your eye on the call for trainers and trainees coming out soon!
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🔵 The Governing Body call is extended!

The new deadline is the 24th of November.
📌 Find more information here:

ℹ️ The Governing Body is an international board that leads our network. It is elected by our members and responsible for the strategic development of the EYP.

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⭐ The Summer Academy 2023 is looking for its host National Committee!

👉 The biggest international training event of the offers a unique opportunity for people all over Europe to come together, improve their skills, and exchange knowledge. We want to find a National Committee that wants to take on this challenge and create something remarkable!

ℹ️ The call is open until the 5th of December 2022. You can find more information about the call and how to apply here:

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We are excited to share with you the next post from the series – in numbers! 🌟 Today we are zooming in on the EYP's role in our members' professional paths. 🙌

🔵 As the puts focus on personal development, it also often helps our young members going through crucial transition periods of life to realise what career path is right for them!


#EYP35 The 35th Anniversary of the European Youth Parliament


Together we celebrate our community and volunteering! Let's appreciate all the contributions from the generations of young Europeans that shaped the network today 🎉💙

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You are invited to join an interesting online talk by YEPP EUROPE. The talk will highlight the importance of young people in shaping Europe’s future and provide an opportunity to develop knowledge, skills, and competences relevant to supporting young people in their civic engagement and professional development.

🔵 We are also very proud to share that our Governing Body member Vicky 🇮🇹 will be joining the talk as a guest speaker to talk about the work of the and the effects of the digital transition we went through during COVID. Vicky will also present our Young Ambassadors on the Future of Europe project from 2021 and share the content from the Youth Visions on the Future of Europe paper.

📌 Find out more and join in by registering here:

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⭐ As we continue to look for new Governing Body members, here is a refresher of what the body does and how the elections work!

Even more information is available to you on the EYP Members Platform, check it out here:

📌 The candidates call is open until the 17th of November!

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The 11th Regional Selection Conference of EYP Czech Republic (Evropský parlament mládeže v ČR) took place from Thursday, 10th to Sunday 13th of November 2022.

Following the theme “Taking a stand in ever-changing world”, participants gathered to share their knowledge and discuss various topics and try to solve prevailing European issues. They have proven, yet again, the importance of active youth participation.

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🔵 Last Sunday, Kortrijk 2022 - 97th International Session of the European Youth Parliament came to an end! 🌟

During the Euroconcert, the participants gathered to enjoy a display of talent performances, before moving onto the General Assembly, where they debated all the topics they worked so hard on throughout the session! 🙌

💫 Over 250 participants from 32 countries came together during our event in Kortrijk, we want to thank every volunteer for taking part. We will see you somewhere around Europe! 💙

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🌟 We are happy to present you Understanding Europe Greece, together with its members 🎉 This project is managed by our very own National Committee European Youth Parliament Greece - Ευρωπαϊκό Κοινοβούλιο Νέων Ελλάδος! 🇬🇷

🇪🇺 Understanding Europe is a programme fostering democratic citizenship education, and similar to the , it is run by young people, for young people. We wish the team the best in setting up this exciting programme in their country!

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⭐ On the 22nd and 23rd of October, the - Roundtable on Climate Change of European Youth Parliament Georgia - EYP Georgia took place in the city of Mtskheta, next to Tbilisi. Around 60 participants from different countries gathered to address environmental problems and find ways to tackle them through engaging discussions and presentations.

👉 The event itself was designed in a sustainable way, with a reduction of plastic usage and focusing on recycled materials. On the second day of the event, participants also put their words into through a clean-up and recycling of waste from their neighbourhood.

The is supported by the Federal Foreign Office (Auswärtiges Amt) in the frame of the Civil Society Cooperation project “Youth Dialogue for Strong Civic Spaces”.

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⭐ From the 4th to the 6th of November, the Governing Body of the held their meeting in Brussels, right after the Kortrijk 2022 International Session.

🔍 They set the budget and strategic direction for 2023, brainstormed activities revolving around climate action and sustainability for the next year, and discussed ways to engage with the European Parliament elections of 2024.

📌 Are you also interested in shaping the future of the EYP Network? You can find the call for Governing Body candidates for 2023-2024 on the Members Platform, and apply!

ℹ️ The EYP Governing Body is an international board that leads our network. It is elected by our members and responsible for the strategic development of the EYP.

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🔴 Shaping Europe continues!

Organised by European Youth Parliament Belgium - EYP Belgium 🇧🇪, the 97th International Session of the in Kortrijk has had several days of committee work where discussed how to innovate, cooperate and overall look at different European topics in a different light and with fresh, youth perspectives.

Over the three days of writing youth policy ideas, the participants worked through open discussion and problem solving exercises within their working groups. They engaged with experts from our partner organisations and received meaninful feedback, getting ready for the debates 📚

Follow Kortrijk 2022 - 97th International Session of the European Youth Parliament for more information and content!

Pictures are brought to you by the Media Team of Kortrijk 2022 📸

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YOUROPE Kortrijk 2022 - Interviews with Participants and Locals

🌟 As more than half of the Kortrijk 2022 - 97th International Session of the has passed, we are bringing you one of many great projects from the Media Team of the event.

🎤 Inspired by the European Year of Youth, they created a short documentary consisting of interviews with participants and locals of Kortrijk. Through the video, you can find out more about their views on Europe as well as their current concerns.

📌 Check out more projects and highlights from the session on Kortrijk 2022 - 97th International Session of the European Youth Parliament!

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Roberta Metsola message for Kortrijk International Session of the EYP

⭐ President Metsola addresses the European Youth Parliament!

We would like to share with you the words of the President of the European Parliament, and a patron of the , Roberta Metsola. She shared these words with the participants of the Kortrijk 2022 - 97th International Session of the European Youth Parliament at the Opening Ceremony of their event.

The EYP is proud to have Ms Metsola as a patron, and we thank her for this strong message. We are always happy to see recognised! 🇪🇺

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⭐ Kortrijk 2022 - 97th International Session of the European Youth Parliament with the theme “In a different light” has started! Organised by European Youth Parliament Belgium - EYP Belgium! 🇪🇺

From the 31st of October to the 6th of November more than 250 participants from 32 European countries come together in the Belgian city of Kortrijk 🇧🇪 to discuss the most pressing current issues of today’s European society.

Follow our stories and the session's page to see in action. 🤩
Pictures are brought to you by the Media Team of Kortrijk 2022. 📸

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You can still join! 🙌

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⭐ The is looking for three new Governing Body members 🔍

The Governing Body is an international board that leads our network. It is elected by our members and responsible for the strategic development of the EYP.

👉 The candidates' call is now open until the 17th of November, with the term for new members starting on the 1st of January!

📌More information on the election structures and how to apply can be found on the EYP Members Platform page here:

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🔵 Get ready for the International Session in Kortrijk! 🌟

First off, we want to introduce you to the hard-working teams of volunteers who who are behind our flagship event 🙌

A big thank you to European Youth Parliament Belgium - EYP Belgium for bringing together again and best of luck to you in Kortrijk! 💙

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The call is now open for the Rebuild Ukraine Ambassadors! 🇺🇦

🌟 Join a group of 20 engaged young people from Ukraine and other countries who will represent youth perspectives on the process of Ukraine’s sustainable reconstruction.

📌 Apply before Sunday, November 6th, 23:59 CET, through this link here:

ℹ️ This opportunity is also open to people who are not members of the . If you are an EYPer, feel free to let people know outside of our network! They may apply through a different form also available on the same link.

🌱 The ( ) is an EYP project that empowers sustainability practices. In partnership with the E.ON Foundation, CYAP engages young people in discussions on the topic of sustainability and combatting the climate crisis.

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🟡 35 years of the , and so many stories to tell! Do you have a media project in mind?

🔵 For the project competition, we are looking for anniversary-themed media projects 🎉 With so many creative minds in our network we are really excited to see what you can come up with! 🤩

You can submit projects until the 4th of December 2022, so there is still time to plan 💫 Your work will be featured on our main pages and the winner, decided by the public, will receive a prize 🏅

📌 More info here:

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🌟 We are delighted to launch the Sustainable Engagement Fund (SEF)! 🌍

👉 SEF is a fund for National Committees that wish to undertake projects with long-term focuses on sustainability, and will run each year until 2025. The goal is to aid the network in implementing practices that can reduce our carbon footprint in a manner that can be replicated for years to come.

📌 If you are interested in applying with your National Committee or have any questions, please reach out to Anne via [email protected] or Conor via [email protected]. The deadline is the 25th of November 2022, you may find more information here:

🌱 ( ) is a project run by the EYP that empowers sustainability practices. With its activities, CYAP engages young people from all over Europe in discussions on the topic of sustainability and combatting the climate crisis. This project is in partnership with the E.ON Foundation. You can learn more about CYAP and its activities here:

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🌟 Welcome to the new Members of the Safe Core Team!

👉 The Safe Core Team is an entity at the international level of the , responsible for guarding and improving the welfare and safety of those who participate in our organisation.

These six new dedicated volunteers will join the current team and work towards making our network an even more safe and more welcoming space! We wish you good luck 💙

📌 Find out more about the Safe Core Team and EYP Welfare here:

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Join the Educators Summit 2022! 🌟

From 31st of October - 2nd of November we want to bring together educators from formal and non-formal settings and exchange about current challenges for civic education.

🙌 We have prepared four interactive sessions to explore methods and tools in the context of active citizenship, peace-building and digitalisation in schools and youth centres.

📌 Register through this link:

The Educators Summit is supported by the Federal Foreign Office Auswärtiges Amt in the frame of Civil Society Cooperation project "Youth Dialogue for Strong Civic Spaces".

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Our Story

The European Youth Parliament (EYP) is a unique educational programme which brings together young people from all over Europe to discuss current topics in a parliamentary setting. As a network of independent associations, EYP is present in 40 European countries and organises over 500 events every year. The EYP network involves 30,000 participants on a yearly basis. Thousands of young people are active as volunteers all over Europe, making EYP a programme truly for young people, by young people.

The European Youth Parliament’s mission is to inspire and empower young Europeans to become open-minded, tolerant and active citizens.





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