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The Forum that brings together key European stakeholders from the fields of education, training and youth for discussion and debate. Follow via live streaming and get involved in the debate online #ETYForum.
On 22 September EC Vice-President Kristalina Georgieva will host a conference on EU budget performance and added value, with senior figures from across Europe debating some of the key issues of performance-based budgeting theory. The event is open for registration, and will take place in Brussels.
21-24 September, a Structured Dialogue between youth delegates and youth policymakers from national governments will be held in Luxembourg on the subject of empowering young people for political participation. The recommendations agreed upon will be submitted to EU Youth Ministers at the Council meeting in November 2015.
The EU-Council of Europe youth partnership is organising a conference on youth participation in the digital era in Budapest. The meeting will be streamed on 14 September between 14:00-17:00 and on 16 September between 09:00-13:00. #YPDW15
This Youth Forum will bring together policymakers and youth to engage in a debate discussing nature and solutions to secure a sustainable future for future generations. © Korey Napler / Flickr
On 7 May, youth workers and representatives from Erasmus+ National Agencies met in Brussels for a day-long seminar as part of European Youth Week 2015.
On 6 May at 14:30 - 17:30 (CET) in Brussels, Belgium, a high-level debate was held followed by the Erasmus+ / Youth in Action Youth Projects Awards.
Representatives from Ideas Labs from 30 European countries participated in a one-day seminar, presenting their innovative ideas regarding jobs, entrepreneurship, getting young people active in society and development.
On 4-6 May, representatives from youth organisations from around Europe came together with national government representatives for the latest edition of the Structured Dialogue Conference as part of European Youth Week.
EYW2015 consisted of a broad range of events and activities organised in all 33 countries participating in the European Union's Erasmus+ programme.
From 27-30 April, a dedicated convention on youth work was held in Brussels as part of European Youth Week 2015.
The twice-yearly EU Youth Conference concluded this week in Riga, Latvia, with a series of recommendations aimed at dealing with the low levels of youth political participation across Europe.
Want to know more about the European Voluntary Service (EVS)? Join the Erasmus+ Facebook chat on Tuesday 27 January 2015 at 17:00 – 18:00 (CET). Post your questions in advance onto the event page wall or on Twitter using #ErasmusPlusChat.
Thousands of young people took part in the European Youth Event (EYE) at the European Parliament in Strasbourg last May with the aim of producing ideas for a better Europe. Some of the participants will now present these ideas to parliamentary committees to serve a source of inspiration for new EU initiatives. Follow the #EYEHearings via live streaming.
The focus of the EU Youth Conference in Rome 13-16 October was on the setting of a Guiding Framework to launch a consultation of young people across Europe on the theme of "youth empowerment for political participation". The Conference was hosted by the Italian Presidency of the European Union.
The European Education, Training and Youth Forum will be held on 9-10 October, covering the future priorities of the ET 2020 Strategic Framework for European Cooperation in Education and Training and synergies with Youth Policy.
Don't miss the chance to join Laszlo Andor for a Twitter chat on #YouthGuarantee, an initiative that ensures that all young people under 25 get a good-quality, concrete offer within 4 months of them leaving formal education or becoming unemployed, on 2 October 14:00-15:00 (CET).
The NIGHT is a Europe-wide event taking place in many cities and countries every year on the last Friday of September. If you are keen on learning more about science in an easy and entertaining way, don't miss this opportunity to discover scientific experiments, visit labs 'behind the scenes', do a science quiz or take part in a flashmob for science.
In the context of the EU-China High level People-to-People Dialogue which took place in Beijing, China, on 6 September 2014 a special session on youth issues was organised.
The volunteering scheme of the Erasmus+ programme is called European Voluntary Service and it enables young people to go abroad to provide unpaid service for a maximum of one year.
The European Youth Event 2014 will take place 9-11 May 2014 in Strasbourg. With the motto "Ideas for a better Europe" the event will bring together thousands of Europeans aged between 16 and 30.
The EU Youth Conference will gather 250 participants from organisations and international bodies.
The EU-China seminar on youth entrepreneurship, organised by the European Commission and the All China Youth Federation, took place on 25-27 November 2013 in Brussels as a follow-up activity of the EU-China High Level People-to-People Dialogue and the EU-China Year of Youth.
The thematic focus of the conference hosted by the Lithuanian EU presidency from 9-12 September 2013 was on the social inclusion of young people, particularly those not in employment, education or training (NEETs).
During the European Youth Week 2013 three outstanding Youth in Action projects were presented with an award.
The European Youth Week 2013 provided the opportunity to assess the Structured Dialogue and for young people to become engaged in a review of the process.