Young people voice their opinions on Europe’s future

European Parliament

EYE participant getting ready to fly the EU flag in Strasbourg

The European Youth Event (EYE 2014) brought together 5,000 Europeans aged 16-30


The European Youth Event (EYE 2014) brought together 5,000 Europeans aged 16-30 to exchange ideas on youth-related issues in Strasbourg on 11 May. They took part in panel discussions on topics such as human rights, youth employment, the digital revolution and sustainability and talked about their ideas for the future of Europe with politicians, journalists and other decision makers. Their ideas will be handed to the newly-elected MEPs during the first plenary of July.

More than 200 workshops ...


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