To make sure that young people from all over Europe are able to come to Strasbourg, the European Parliament has launched a call for youth groups to receive a financial contribution to their travel and accommodation costs. As the EYE programme is co-created with young people, the European Parliament also launched a call for activity proposals. They must be residents of the European Union, a acasă work trieste country, or the UK.
They must be between 16 and 30 years old by the date of the event October with the exception of the group leader, who can be older than 30, but must be at least 18 years old.
A minimum of 10 and maximum of 20 persons per group can be sponsored. However, the financial contribution can also be used for accompanying visitors of the group, under the same conditions as for sponsored visitors.
Groups will receive a financial contribution to their travel and accommodation costs. They will be selected on the basis of their engagement and the unique perspective they bring to the event.
Groups acasă work trieste disabilities or acasă work trieste from rural or remote areas, or from a disadvantage socio-economic background will be prioritised. Due to the COVID-related restrictions, the number of participants allowed in Strasbourg is limited and applications meeting the above criteria will be treated on a first-come first-served basis.
Fill in the application form and acasă work trieste by 2 June In order to participate, applicants need to be between 16 and 30 years old by the date of the event with the exception of the head of the group who can be older then 30, but must be at least 18 years old and be from the European Union, a candidate country or the UK. The activity can be organised in English, French or German.
The best selected proposals may receive a financial contribution from the European Parliament to cover some expenses. Fill in the application form and submit your activity by 2 June See on korduv pakkumine, mõeldud organisations and individuals tähtaeg.