Take part!

Who can take part?
All young Europeans aged between 16 and 30 (as of June 2018), registered as a group of at least 10 people, from any EU Member State or another European country.

How to take part?
You will only be able to register as a group, with a minimum of 10 participants. Groups can only be registered by the group leader, who must be at least 18 as of June 2018 and can be older than 30. No individual registrations will be accepted.

When is the deadline?

Registration will open on 10 October 2017 (at 10am CET) until 31 December 2017, or until the maximum number of registrations have been received. We therefore recommend registering early.

How to book activities?
All registered participants will be able to book activities in spring 2018, using their profiles on the registration website.

Costs and fees?
EYE2018 is completely free, but participants will need to cover their own costs for transport, accommodation and meals.

Call for programme contributors

Participants taking part in an activity
As always, the European Youth Event (EYE2018) wants to involve its participants by asking them to shape the programme of the event in an interactive and youth-oriented way.

Europe needs your ideas!

Young person asking question at the European Parliament
The European Parliament is asking young people to come up with proposals for the future of Europe. What is needed is concrete, problem-solving ideas!

WANTED: Volunteers for the EYE2018

Volunteers at the EYE2016
You're young, living or studying in Strasbourg or in the area? Come live the unforgettable experience of meeting 8.000 young people from all over Europe with us. The EYE2018 is on the look-out for volunteers to help during the event.

Registrations are open!

EYE2018 banner
Don't wait any longer and secure your place for this exciting new edition!


EYE programme
Download the EYE2018 programme!

Participate online!

EYE2018 is not just for the young people participating in Strasbourg; anyone can also take part in it online...

Before the event kicks off, young people across Europe will be able to debate the five themes of the event online and take part in online competitions, which are set to be launched in the next few months.

Anyone not attending the event in person will be able to view a number of activities via web streaming and participate directly, by asking questions and dropping ideas on social media.

Stay tuned on our web channels and be sure to follow the hashtag #EYE2018