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BLOG, Events – Young Ideas for Europe 2021

Written by Lena Hirschenberger.

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How do you think Europe should develop? is inviting young Europeans to outline your own ideas on the issues that Europe is facing today and your visions for the Europe of tomorrow. This online platform is available for young people to share ideas on specific topics and questions, not least related to Parliament’s initiatives for youth.

Your ideas will enrich the biennial European Youth Event (EYE) programme, and also provide inspiration and input for other European Parliament youth initiatives. Moreover, will forward a selection of the ideas to the Members of the European Parliament and other policy-makers, inviting them to join the debate.

But before you launch your ideas, perhaps you would like to know more about the field of EU action that interests you. The European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS) has compiled a selection of publications to provide you with background information and insights, linked to the central topics of the EYE.

Climate Change and Environment


A stronger economy, social justice and jobs


Values and Rights, Rule of Law, Security

Digital Transformation

Education, Culture, Youth and Sport

EU in the World

European Democracy



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