6-8 November 2013: European Parliament’s Citizens’ Agora on Youth Unemployment, Brussels, Belgium
The European Parliament launched the applications for its “Citizens’ Agora on Youth Unemployment” which will take place in Brussels from 6 to 8 November 2013.
The Citizens’ Agora aims to gather young people from all over Europe to discuss the current challenges in Europe’s employment market.
Two young people from each Member State of the EU will be invited to this conference – one who is employed and one who is unemployed – to share their experiences, debate with other young people and come up with recommendations for Europe’s politicians to tackle youth unemployment.
– Participants in the Citizens’ Agora on Youth Unemployment should be between 18 and 30 years old and reside in one of the EU’s 28 Member States.
– As the debates will be held in English, French, German or Spanish it is essential that participants are able to debate in one of these languages.
– They should have the authorisation to travel, as certain unemployment agencies may impose travel restrictions. The European Parliament can provide participants with an attendance certificate.
– Transport and accommodation costs of all participants will be covered by the European Parliament.
Interested participants should fill out the online [ https://opinio.secure.europarl.europa.eu/opinio/s ]application form.
Deadline for applications: 31 August 2013
For more information: https://opinio.secure.europarl.europa.eu/opinio/s?s=secured_agora2013