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This Friday, 45 London-based youths and 5 French delegates will join panellists Rachel Robinson (Liberty), Philip Souta (Business for New Europe), Jaqueline Gomes (Lambeth Youth Council) and Daniel Tansey (Christians Against Poverty) in the Grand Committee Room at the Houses of Parliament for the second EurVoice event of the year.
On Thursday 18th April, in the wake of controversy over Margaret Thatcher’s legacy, major Eurozone consultations and the biggest welfare shake-up in over half a century, young people in Wales came together to share opinions on just a handful of the issues hitting national and international headlines.
EurVoice Cardiff 2013 welcomed pupils from local schools to the magnificent Pierhead Building of the National Assembly for Wales to take part in their first ever EYP event. For many, this was a completely new experience, but it was not long before views were …
With just one day to go before the first EurVoice event of this year, the final preparations have been made and everybody involved is looking forward to the start of another series of great events!
Each year, EYPUK runs a number of EurVoice forums for schools across the United Kingdom, all held at prestigious venues. These discussion forums offer a platform for young people to share their opinions about issues affecting people in the UK, and
allow students to have their voices heard during a panel discussion with people of influence – politicians, community figures and active …
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Parliamentarians and other high profile tweeters from across the political spectrum are signing up to take part in a unique EurVoice Live event during Parliament Week on Wednesday 21st November 2012.
Bradford West Respect MP George Galloway, Lib Dem Julian Huppert MP and North West Labour MEP Arlene McCarthy have all agreed to support the event and answer questions from young people across the UK via Twitter.
Former Director of Communication and Strategy for the previous Labour government Alastair Campbell has also accepted an invitation to take part in the debate.
The event …
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Shootings dropping down the news agenda and a lack of respect for the police were just two of the key issues raised by Liverpool pupils with the candidates bidding to become Merseyside’s first Police & Crime Commissioner.
The pupils were taking part in a EurVoice event organised by the European Youth Parliament United Kingdom (EYPUK) at Liverpool Town Hall chaired by Jim Hancock, former Political Editor of BBC North West.
The panel for the Question Time style debate featured Police & Crime Commissioner candidates Jane Kennedy (Labour), Geoff Gubb (Conservative) and Paula …
Liverpool pupils will have the opportunity next month to discuss law and order issues in a Question Time style debate with the three main party candidates aiming to become Merseyside’s first Police & Crime Commissioner.
The event at Liverpool Town Hall on October 16th is being organsied by the European Youth Parliament United Kingdom (EYPUK) as part of its EurVoice programme.
Jim Hancock, former Political Editor of BBC North West, will chair the panel, which will include Jane Kennedy (Labour), Geoff Gubb (Conservative) and Paula Keaveney (Lib Dem).
Joining them on the panel …