European Youth Event 2023: 9-10 June 2023
The next edition of the EYE will take place on 9-10 June 2023. EYE2023 will bring together at the European Parliament in Strasbourg and online thousands of young people from all over the European Union, to share and shape their ideas on Europe’s future.
It is a unique opportunity for 16 to 30 year olds to interact, inspire each other and exchange their views with experts, activists, influencers and decision-makers, right in the heart of European democracy. During the event, participants will take part in activities co-created with institutions, international organisations, civil society and youth organisations, and participants themselves, offering space for discussions and networking.
The event will be a combination of onsite activities inside Parliament and in the EYE Village, along with a hybrid programme hosted on the EYE platform.
Apply for a financial contribution to take part in the EYE
Parliament has launched its call for participants to receive a financial contribution to attend the 2023 European Youth Event (EYE) in Strasbourg. Priority will be given to disadvantaged groups, including people from disadvantaged social and economic backgrounds, people from remote and rural areas and people with disabilities.
The call runs from 1 December until 20 December.
Participants must be residents of the European Union, a candidate country, or the UK. They must be between 16 and 30 years old by the date of the event (9-10 June 2023) with the exception of the group leader, who can be older than 30, but must be at least 18 years old. A minimum of 10 and maximum of 20 persons per group can be sponsored.
Every two years, the European Youth Event (EYE) brings together at the European Parliament in Strasbourg thousands of young people from all over the European Union and beyond to shape and share their ideas on the future of Europe. It is a unique opportunity for 16 to 30 years olds to meet and inspire each other and exchange their views with experts, activists, influencers and decision-makers right in the heart of European democracy.