We have hosted many events in the past, but these two really stand out:

International Session of the EYP in Amsterdam

This event took place 2-11 November 2012 in Amsterdam and gathered over 300 youngsters from more than 36 European countries in the Netherlands. All information about this event can be found on the website and Facebook page.

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2nd International Forum of EYP the Netherlands in The Hague

From 3-8 November 2013,  The Hague was the host city of the 2nd International Forum of EYP The Netherlands. Not only is it the third largest city in The Netherlands, with a population just over 500.000, it is also the political heart of the country as the seat of Dutch parliament, government, the Supreme Court and Council of State. Furthermore, The Hague is a city of international allure, as it is both the host city of the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court.

Delegates from all over Europe came together to discuss ten different topics, all connected to the session theme “Young Energy for Europe”. All information, the topics, and results can be found on the website and Facebook page. The project report (in Dutch) is also worth a read.

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“The Hague 2013” wins third place in the Charlemagne Youth Price The Netherlands

On the 20th of February, the announcement was made: The Hague was one of the top contesters in the Charlemagne Youth Prize. At the event ‘Keep Calm and Go Vote’ that took place on the 20th of February in the Balie, Amsterdam, the winners were announced. We are very proud to say that “The Hague 2013” won the third prize in the Dutch competition and was selected from a big pool of great projects!

The European Charlemagne Youth Prize aims to encourage the development of European consciousness among young people, as well as their participation in European integration projects.
The Prize is awarded to projects undertaken by young people which foster understanding, promote the development of a shared sense of European identity, and offer practical examples of Europeans living together as one community.

The Dutch winner, JouwDelft & Co, will go on to the European contest where 28 projects will compete for the Charlemagne Youth Prize!  The European Charlemagne Youth Prize is awarded jointly and annually by the European Parliament and the Foundation of the International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen.


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