Category Anouncements

Call for Membership Recruitment for 2015/2016 – European Youth Parliament in Armenia

Hereby European Youth Parliament (EYP) Armenia is happy to announce the 3nd round of the Membership recruitment for the time period 2015/2016. Do you want to be involved in one of the 250 events organized by the EYP network in more than 41 countries? Do you want to represent your country on the international arena, share cultures with nationals of numerous countries? Or maybe involved as an organizer in the Youth Forums in Armenia and abroad?

Eligible applicants: 15-30-year-old young people who would like enrich their studies and work with unforgettable international forums, sessions, projects.

By becoming EYP Armenia member you not only open up a world of numerous opportunities, but also get a range of priorities, unlike EYP Armenia Alumni:

• to represent EYP Armenia at different non-EYP ...

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Call for Chairs and Media Team for Dilijan Academic EYP Forum (DAEF)

It is our great pleasure to inform you that the Dilijan Academic EYP Forum (DAEF) on “The Eastern Partnership and EU: on the way to a deeper integration” under the motto “ Iniatiate. Debate. Empower. Advocate. Leverage. (I.D.E.A.L.)” will take place on October 8 – 14, 2015 in Dilijan, Armenia. The DAEF will comprise teambuilding activities, committee work, Euro Concert, Euro Village, tours to Armenian monasteries and General Assembly. Around 120 delegates from 30 countries  of Europe will gather together to brainstorm, challenge each other and themselves, while allocated to one of the 6 Committees on Foreign Affairs, Economic Affairs, Legal Affairs, Civil Liberties and Justice, Human Rights and Environment & Public Health.

The Academic Forum will be organized with the support of...

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PRESS: 1st Pan Regional EYP Session

The First Pan Regional EYP Session (PRESS) on “Activating Regional Youth via Challenging Unemployment” (#PRESS) took place on 17-20th April, 2015 in Dilijan, Armenia. Around 80 delegates from 14 cities of Armenia gathered in Dilijan to brainstorm and discuss diverse topics in their respective committees, challenge each other and themselves, get to know various perspectives and see matters a bit differently.

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PRESS comprised Teambuilding Activities, Arm Village, Committee Works ,Talent Night, General Assembly, etc...

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Call for Delegates at the 2nd International EYP Forum in Armenia

It is our great pleasure to inform you that the 2nd International EYP Youth Forum in Armenia (IEFA 2015) will take place on 21st May – 28th May, 2015 in Yerevan, Armenia. Around 200 delegates from more than 50 countries of Europe, Asia, Africa and Americas will come together for this eight-day program to discuss the specified topic in the respective committees. We are happy now to open the call for International and Armenian Participants.

You consider applying to:

  • Meet 200 participants from 50 countries of Europe, Asia, Africa and Americas;
  • Discover Armenia, 1st country to adopt Christianity as official religion in 301 A.D.;
  • Visit world’s longest ropeway in the scope of IEFA;
  • Be part of big-scale Cultural Festival in the scope of Republic Day celebrations on May 28th;
  • Debate on darin...
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300 newly accepted members join EYP Armenia family

orient2On October 8 the orientation session for newly accepted EYP Armenia members took place in Yerevan, Erebuni Plaza.

More than 300 bright young people, enthusiasts and artists joined EYP Armenia Family!

The official ceremony was followed by Q&A and reception. The new members have also received their member ID’s.

orient1 “According to scientists, the bumblebee’s body is too heavy and its wing span too small. Aerodynamically, the bumblebee cannot fly. But the bumblebee doesn’t know that and it keeps flying. When you don’t know your limitations, you go out and surprise yourself. In hindsight, you wonder if you had any limitations at all. Don’t let the theory put constraints on you. Be Ambitious With Goals, Not Deadlines. Be enthusiastic about the idea, Not the income...

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Call for Armenian Delegates at the 3rd EYP Youth Forum to Empower Emerging Leaders

It is our great pleasure to inform you that the 3rd Youth Forum by EYP Armenia (Forum to Empower Emerging Leaders – FEEL) on “Activate Youth for Sustainability: obtaining and rebuilding” (AYSOR) will take place on 14-18th November, 2014 in Yerevan, Armenia. Around 150 delegates from more than 30 countries of Europe, Asia, Africa and Americas will come together for this five-day program to discuss the specified topic in the respective committees, supplemented by the amazing cultural program (check out the information package).

We are now happy to launch a call for ARMENIAN DELEGATES.  The delegates will be allocated to the following 5 committees: Economic and Monetary Affairs, Foreign Affairs, Environment, Food Safety and Public Health, Civil Liberties, Home Affairs and Justice, Agri...

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Call for participants at the 3rd EYP Youth Forum to Empower Emerging Leaders

It is our great pleasure to inform you that the 3rd Youth Forum by EYP Armenia (Forum to Empower Emerging Leaders – FEEL) on “Activate Youth for Sustainability: obtaining and rebuilding” (AYSOR) will take place on 14-18th November, 2014 in Yerevan, Armenia. Around 150 delegates from more than 30 countries of Europe, Asia, Africa and Americas will come together for this five-day program to discuss the specified topic in the respective committees, supplemented by the amazing cultural programme (check out the information package).

We are now happy to launch a call for ARMENIAN AND INTERNATIONAL DELEGATES.  The delegates will be allocated to the following 5 committees: Economic and Monetary Affairs, Foreign Affairs, Environment, Food Safety and Public Health, Civil Liberties, Home Affairs...

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Call for Members 2014/2015 at European Youth Parliament Armenia

Hereby European Youth Parliament (EYP) Armenia is happy to announce the 2nd round of the Membership recruitment for the time period 2014/2015.

Do you want to be involved in one of the 250 events organized by the EYP network in more than 36 countries? Do you want to represent your country on the international arena, share cultures with nationals of numerous countries? Or maybe involved as an organizer in the Youth Forums in Armenia and abroad?

Eligible applicants: 15-30-year-old young people who would like enrich their studies and work with unforgettable international forums, sessions, projects.

By becoming EYP Armenia member you not only open up a world of numerous opportunities, but also get a range of priorities (unlike EYP Armenia Alumni):

  • to represent EYP Armenia at different non-EYP ...
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Call for Officials and Media Team: 3rd Youth Forum of EYP Armenia

It is our great pleasure to inform you that the 3rd Youth Forum by EYP Armenia (Forum to Empower Emerging Leaders – FEEL) on “Activate Youth for Sustainability: obtaining and rebuilding” (AYSOR) will take place on 14-18th November, 2014 in Yerevan, Armenia.

Around 120 delegates from more than 20 countries will come together for this five-day program to discuss the specified topic in 5 different committees.

We are now happy to launch a call for a President and Vice-Presidents, Chairpersons and Media Team members for the 3rd Youth Forum of EYP Armenia.

Accommodation and meal expenses for the officials will be covered by the organizers but they have to take care of their own travel expenses...

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EYP Armenia calls on the Turkish Government to cope with the Resolution of the European Parliament on Recognition of the Armenian Genocide

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The term Genocide was coined by Polish-Jewish lawyer Raphael Lemkin in 1944, whose family was one of the victims of the Jewish Holocaust. By defining this term, Lemkin sought to describe Nazi politics of systematic murder, violence as well atrocities committed against the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire in 1915. He stated that he did so with the fate of the Armenians in mind, explaining that “it happened so many times … It happened to the Armenians, then after the Armenians Hitler took action”. On December 9, 1948, the United Nations approved the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.
The Armenian Genocide as Medz Yeghern (“Great Crime”) was the Ottoman government’s systematic extermination of its Armenian population in the territory constituting the prese...

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