YEiV Youth Summit – Young Europe is voting

By Nyt Europa

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Nyt Europa is pleased to present and invite Young Europeans all over Europe, to the Youth Summit in Denmark: Young Europe is Voting.

200 young people will meet in Denmark, working together to strengthen the voice of youth in the upcoming European election.

  •    Dates: A Youth Summit taking place in Denmark on the 6th – 12th of May 2019.
  •    Participants: 100 young people from all over Europe and 100 Danish folk high school students will meet and join forces around the issues concerning youth in Europe.
  •    Themes in focus: Youth under pressure, Culture & Identity, Climate, Refugees & Migration and EU in the World.
  •    Facilitation: A group of enthusiastic professionals emphasising both the vocational training and education as well as the social aspects.
  •    Purpose: To give young people a voice in the election and at the same time raise awareness of the importance of voting amongst the youth of Europe.

What do they get: Vocational training and education, as well as great fun with new friends.

What do we expect: We expect that the participants will help us raise awareness of the elections among other young Europeans.  

Nice to know:

  • We cover up to 265 Euros for transportation to Denmark. Meals, accommodation and transportation in Denmark will be covered as well.
  • Applicants must be between 18-25 years old at the time of applying.
  •    Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at yeiv@nyteuropa.dk               

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