As planned, the online training of the project “We the Young People of Europe. Mirroring the work of the European Parliament” ended with the compilation of the Parliamentary Groups’ Entrance Statements.

During the online training, the YoungMEPs of the project (62 young people from five European countries) were divided in five Parliamentary Groups (inspired to the first five more numerous Groups of the current European Parliament) and worked together, looking for a common line about four topics:

  1. EU’s external relations and foreign affairs, especially proximity relations with neighbouring states (PROXY Committee);
  2. Justice, citizenship, the instruments of solidarity and welfare among EU Member States (SOLID Committee);
  3. The next future of education, science, technology and innovation (NEXT Committee);
  4. Necessary reforms to allow the EU institutions to be more democratic and to better address the needs of Citizens (DEMO Committee).

These Entrance Statements are the base on which, during the Parliament meeting in Lecce of the next week (June 26th – July 2nd), our YoungMEPs will build their final Recommendation to European decision makers.

If you like to have a look, here in attach you can find the Entrance Statements divided by Topics/Committee:





This project has been realized with the support of the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Union.   This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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