The search is on to find the 2013 winners of the European Charlemagne Youth Prize, which recognises projects that promote Europe among young people. You can take part if you are aged 16-30 and are, or have been, involved in organising youth events or web-based projects with a European dimension.
You have until 18 February to submit your projects, which could lead to you winning a cash prize as well as trips to Aachen and the European Parliament. Click on the links to the right to find out more.
Who won in 2012?
The first prize of €5,000 went to Greek youth media project "Europe on the ground". A Czech program for Erasmus students called "Europe meets school" got the second prize of €3,000 and €2,000 went to third prize winner "Cycle me Home" a Hungarian documentary road-movie.
18 February - submission deadline
19 March - projects selected by national juries
25 April - winners announced
7 May - award ceremony in Aachen