SONY DSCThe majority of the participants are the delegates, for whom the session is organised. They will be divided into internationally-mixed committees, which will tackle some of the most relevant and recent issues in connection to the over-arching theme “Fundamental Rights in Europe.” Being selected by their National Committees of the European Youth Parliament, the delegates are subsequently sent as a delegation to the 80th International Session in Leipzig. Leipzig 2015 will gather over 300 young Europeans, aged between 16 and 22, from more than 39 different countries. The aim of the event is for these young people to put together solutions from a European perspective, develop their own visions on Europe, and make international connections and friendships.

Congratulations to those who have been selected to participate as a delegate!

More information on how to get in touch with the National Committee of the European Youth Parliament in your home country can be found here.

Furthermore, we recommend to read the invitation booklet carefully in order to properly prepare for the upcoming session. This booklet contains important information on topics and rationales, the session’s programme, venues, legal notes and of course next steps and many more.

In addition, the academic preparation kit has been produced by the team of chairpersons. All delegates are asked to read through it and prepare for their topic and their expert hearing cluster.

If you have any questions regarding travel and visa information, the financial support fund or extra accomodation we advise you to have a look on the appropriate link.  Other important documents can be found under the tab Documents. More information will follow soon. In the meantime please contact for any questions.


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