Beyond 2022

The Beyond 2022 campaign aims to bring the discourse on the future of Europe to young people in the UK.
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Brexit Reality Portraits

Through video and audio interviews, Brexit Reality Portraits (BRP) aims to showcase the true impact of Brexit to people across the UK and the European Union. Read more ⟶

Europe At School

Europe At School is Europe´s largest civic education initiative with a focus on Europe. Together with JEF Europe we are bringing Europe into the classroom. If you want to help shape civic education policy and deliver this programme in education facilities, we’d love to hear from you.
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Policy labs

In our policy labs, you’ll have the opportunity to shape the official policy of our partner JEF Europe, one of Europe’s largest political organisations. Volunteers can contribute to or help facilitate discussions on European governance and policy by submitting policy to JEF’s Political Commissions or representing YEM at JEF’s Federal Committee. 
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Our branch network is small but growing, and we’re looking for organisers who can support their local branch by planning and running events or, if they live in an area without a branch, set one up! We currently have contacts in eleven cities: Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Durham, Manchester, Liverpool, Leicester, Sheffield, Cambridge, Oxford, Exeter and London. 
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We’re in the planning stages of starting a podcast, one which will give young pro-Europeans a voice to discuss developments in politics. If you’d like to be involved and join the working group, a knowledge of marketing/audio production would be ideal. 
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Conference on the Future of Europe

The Conference on the Future of Europe is a large-scale consultation by the EU to gather Europeans’ ideas and opinions on the direction of the continent. We’re working with the European Parliament Liaison Office in the UK to help young people in the UK take part, organising a series of events promoted by on Britain’s relationship with the EU and the common issues we face, like climate change, digital governance and attacks on the rights of minority groups. 
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