An EYPUK National Session runs for four days, and brings together around 150 delegates from all over the UK, all of whom have been selected for participation in the session following their Regional Forum.
The aims of the National Sessions are: to select teams to represent the United Kingdom at an upcoming International Session; to welcome new alumni to the EYPUK Alumni Association; and to help delegates build new skills, confidence, and lasting friendships.
Each session involves a wide range of activities, from Teambuilding to General Assembly, and from Committee Work to a themed fancy-dress party.
The focus at the session is not simply to select a team to represent the UK on a European stage. Each individual will engage with their fellow delegates, who hail from different backgrounds and different areas of the country, and may even be part of a visiting delegation from another EYP National Committee. Delegates will work together to discuss and reach a consensus on topical issues affecting them and the wider European community.
For more information on the different components that make up a National Session, please explore our website to read about Teambuilding, Committee Work, General Assembly and the all-important Topic Overviews.