Digital inclusion is the EU Commission’s effort to ensure that everybody can contribute to and benefit from the digital economy and society. Representations of refugees and migrants in digital media can affect their reception in the country of destination.
2022 will be the European Year of Youth! What do you want the EU to do for you? What should the year change in your life?
The first meeting of the Permanent Expert Team for EU Youth Dialogue, a permanent expert body of the Youth Council of the Government of the Republic of Serbia was held on June 21, 2021.
Every two years, the European Youth Event brings together at the European Parliament in Strasbourg thousands of young people from all over the European Union and beyond, to shape and share their ideas on the future of Europe.
Did you develop a project promoting and strengthening European integration? Then take part in the Jean Monnet Prize!
Each year the General Secretariat of the Council offers 4 types of traineeships: paid, unpaid, traineeships for students of national administration schools and special programmes for trainees with a disability.
The Youth Climate Pact Challenge is your chance to make a difference to the green transition by connecting with others to co-create innovative youth engagement project ideas…
The EU Sustainable Energy Awards recognise outstanding individuals and projects for their innovation in energy efficiency and renewable sources of energy…
Youth4Regions is the European Commission programme helping journalism students and young journalists to discover what the EU is doing in their region…
Twice per year, the European Parliament opens the application process for traineeships. The goal of the Schuman traineeships is to contribute to EU citizens’ European education and vocational training and to provide an insight into the work of the European Parliament. The European Parliament is an equal opportunities employer; candidates without distinction as to gender,… Continue reading Schuman Traineeships in the European Parliament
The New European Bauhaus launched by the European Commission has the ambition to make the Green Deal a cultural, human-centred positive and tangible experience.
Youth-led initiative to engage young people in a space of debate and discussion about the Future of Europe.