Here you get news from Young Europe, calls for applications for our programmes and awards as well as other current news from the Foundation.

  • New publication: Educational Briefing 2022

    The climate crisis terrifies young people all over Europe. Understanding Europe's 2022 Educational Briefing explores how citizenship education can tackle this major challenge of our times – featuring practical suggestions by academics, activists and network members.

  • European Year of the Youth Campaign

    With a social media campaign under the hashtag #EYY2022, we are giving young people from our networks the room to share their thoughts on Europe's future. What are their expectations for the European Year of the Youth? What does Europe mean to them personally? And what are their personal dreams for Europe? The answers are linked here.

  • The European Youth Parliament turns 35

    During its 35th anniversary year, the European Youth Parliament (EYP) will organise numerous events and activities to celebrate volunteering, the EYP’s journey of becoming one of the largest and enduring European youth networks, and the paramount importance of creating a peaceful, safe and united Europe.

  • Anahita Neghabat is Young European of 2022

    Anahita Neghabat is the Young European of the Year 2022! Anahita, 26, from Austria is a social anthropologist and meme making political educator. In her online activist and educational practice, Anahita uses memes as a visual vocabulary, medium and tool for political commentary, reaching a broad and young audience of almost 24 thousand people on Instagram. With the award, the foundation seeks to support this creative young voice speaking from an intersectional feminist, anti-racist and anti-authoritarian perspective.

  • Statements on the ongoing war in Ukraine

    With regard to the ongoing invasion of Russia, the Foundation's management has released a new statement. An anonymous alumnus from the European Youth Parliament (EYP) in Russia also comments on current developments.