Voice Your Vision During the European Youth Week 2024!

12 March 2024

Want to learn more about EU opportunities and policies? Share your opinion about a topic that matters to you? Take part in various activities and discussions? Then join the European Youth Week on 12-19 April and use this opportunity to voice your vision!

The European Youth Week 2024 (EYW), organised by the European Commission to promote youth engagement, participation and active citizenship, will take place on 12-19 April. This time the focus will be on Democracy & European elections, as the event is being held two months before the European elections scheduled on 6-9 June 2024.

Join the EYW to:

  • organise and take part in all sorts of activities across Europe and beyond;
  • discuss topics relevant to you and your friends;
  • engage in meaningful dialogues with policy and decision-makers;
  • learn more about opportunities offered by the EU like Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps;
  • get inspired by compelling stories of other young people;
  • find out why your vote matters for the upcoming European elections.

Use the EYW Map of activities:

  • if you’re a stakeholder, upload your youth activities on the EYW Map of Activities.
  • if you’re a young person, find out what’s happening across Europe and beyond and how to participate in each activity you’re interested in.

Visit the online exhibition

A large outdoor exhibition will take place in front of the European Parliament in Brussels from 10-24 April 2024. It will highlight 35 projects from Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes. These projects have been selected to showcase the best examples of youth participation in the 33 countries covered by the EU youth programmes. These are great examples of how young people have contributed to society, either through social, political, cultural or environmental engagement. Their involvement in democratic processes is of great importance for our common future.


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