Our forums and conferences give participants the opportunity to learn about and discuss a range of contemporary and important social, economic and environmental issues facing Europe today, as well as to develop academic and personal skills. Unlike other styles or forms of debating or political discussion, debate at EYPUK events is centered around the need for participants to be constructive, explore different perspectives, work with others, find solutions and build consensus in order to achieve progress.
Every year, EYPUK organises a variety of different events and conferences right across the UK. They can be categorised into three different types.
Regional Forums are an exciting first step in becoming involved with EYPUK and the wider activities of the EYP. By participating in a Regional Forum, students develop skills in debating and public speaking, as well as further their understanding of key issues in British, European and global politics.
A National Session brings together around 120 participants from across the UK, all of whom have been selected for participation following their Regional Forum. They select participants to represent the United Kingdom at International events of the EYP, and welcome new Alumni to the EYPUK Alumni Association.
EurVoice is a unique and award-winning community outreach scheme designed to engage 11-18 year olds from across the United Kingdom. At the heart of EurVoice is a commitment to social inclusion, equal opportunities and the empowerment of young people from disadvantaged social and economic backgrounds.