EYP Germany

The European Youth Parliament in Germany on the one hand has been organising an annual school competition, the “National Selection Process”, since 1990. Over 400 pupils from more than 70 schools across Germany take part in the first round of our national selection. Individually selected participants as well as 30 schools continue to the second round – the two "Regional Selection Conferences" we are organising. Each of this sessions select individual participants and delegations to take part in the “National Selection Conference”. In the course of this final conference, culminating in a parliamentary debate, a prominent jury selects four individual delegates and two delegations to represent Germany at the International Sessions of the European Youth Parliament. On the other hand, we give pupils the opportunity to take part in our “International Forums”. Up to 150 young people from all over Europe or from specific regions within Europe gather at these forums to discuss current European issues. Unlike the National Selection procedure, International Forums do not require a selection and thus lack the stress of competition. Besides our Sessions since 2010 we have an extraordinary programme called "EYP@School" conducting small two-day in-school events for about 60-80 pupils organised to bring the EYP close to the participants, especially reaching out to those who would not be able to attend one of our regular events.

Event

Digital Chairs and Media Team Training

26/03/2021 to 28/03/2021

From 26th -28th March 2021, EYP Germany hosts a Digital Chairs- and Media Team Training offering extensive training on chairing and media aspects of EYP containing both, the digital and physical applications.

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Stuttgart 2021 | 31st National Selection Conference of EYP Germany

25/05/2021 to 30/05/2021

For over thirty years, the European Youth Parliament in Germany has been offering young people a chance to reflect on questions of societal importance, to develop visions for a future Europe and to discuss these with others.

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Future Strategies Forum Magdeburg 2021

10/08/2021 to 17/08/2021

The Future Strategies Forum (FSF) will take place in the city of Magdeburg from 10th until the 17th of August 2021 and will gather around 140 participants between the age of 18 and 25 years.

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Board Meeting

19/11/2020 to 22/11/2020

The board of EYP Germany usually meets physically on a quarterly basis for three to four days. Due to the current covid-19 pandemic, the event was held digitally. The board meeting covers a wide range of topics with an emphasis on the strategic development of the national committee.

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Board Meeting

06/08/2020 to 09/08/2020

The board of EYP Germany meets physically on a quarterly basis for three to four days. The board meeting covers a wide range of topics with an emphasis on the strategic development of the national committee.

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Academy 2020

05/11/2020 to 07/11/2020

The EJP Academy is the annual training weekend for members of EYP Germany which took place digitally this year.

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EYP@school Münster

05/10/2020 to 07/10/2020

For thirty years, the European Youth Parliament in Germany has been offering young people a chance to reflect on questions of societal importance, to develop visions for a future Europe and to discuss these with others.

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Kassel 2021 I Regional Selection Conference of EYP Germany

15/04/2021 to 18/04/2021

The European Youth Parliament in Germany has been offering young people a chance to reflect on questions of societal importance, to develop visions for a future Europe and to discuss these with others for over thirty years.

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RSC South Germany 2021 I Regional Selection Conference of EYP Germany

08/04/2021 to 11/04/2021

The European Youth Parliament in Germany has been offering young people a chance to reflect on questions of societal importance, to develop visions for a future Europe and to discuss these with others for over thirty years.

Event

Digital Health Governance Roundtable

08/09/2020

What is the aim?

“The aim of the health governance roundtable format is to amplify youth voices in the presence of decision makers, shifting the focus from specific policy recommendations to a wider values-based discussion with a defined youth vision.”

 

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