The European Parliament wants to hear from young people in Ireland about what they want from Europe in future. Young people aged between 15-21 who are interested in having their voice heard and getting involved in making positive change in Ireland and Europe are invited to come along to our next event in Sligo on 19th May with MEPs Matt Carthy and Marian Harkin.
The European Parliament wants to hear from young people in Ireland what they want from Europe in future. Young people aged between 15-21 who are interested in having their voice heard and getting involved in making positive change in Ireland and Europe are invited to come along to our next event which takes place in Cork on 12 May 2018 with MEPs Deirdre Clune and Seán Kelly.
We are holding a series of regional consultations with young people aged between 15-21 during the month of May. Young people who are interested in getting their voice heard and sharing their thoughts and vision for the future of Europe are encouraged to participate. The first of these events took place in Europe House Dublin on Saturday 5 May 2018 with MEPs Lynn Boylan and Brian Hayes.
The latest Parliament Eurobarometer survey finds record support for the EU, despite the Brexit backdrop. The Eurobarometer published one year ahead of the European elections in May 2019, confirms citizens’ steadily growing support for the European Union.
On 23 June 2016, the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU. The decision will take effect on 29 March 2019. The final agreement will require the approval of the European Parliament and MEPs will scrutinise the process carefully. Here we provide some links to help you understand what is going on and who is doing what.
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