Novi Sad 2022 – 96th International Session of EYP
Bridging the Culture Gap
Novi Sad 2022 – 96th International Session of the EYP
The International Session in Novi Sad will be brought to life through active engagement and cooperation between over 40 different countries, all branch organizations of the European Youth Parliament network. The event will bring together 300 participants In Novi Sad, Serbia in March of 2022 that will get the chance to learn from each other, debate and discuss common cultural, economic and social challenges they face in their respective countries of origin.
In Novi Sad, young people will get to compare their heritages, languages, practices and habits specific to their own communities and enjoy the beauty of different backgrounds. By showing the true power and capacity of young people, we show the importance of the young people’s voices and bring it closer to decision-makers and intercultural dialogue. These goals have been kept in the mind of the European Youth Parliament Serbia since the bare beginning and will be nurtured in years to come.
Taking into account that youths are the future of our countries and the true representatives of the society’s needs in the upcoming era, we believe that their growing apathy for involvement in social and political life directly reflects on our society’s progress. Furthermore, there is a growing indifference for the value of art, literature, tradition and everything else that culture entails. EYP Serbia has acknowledged this problem and has taken actions to motivate all members and participants of its conferences to join in on the discussion, to debate and of course, to vote, interact, share and educate.
The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.
|EYP Czech Republic
|EYP Bosnia and Herzegovina
|EYP North Macedonia||EYP Slovenia||EYP Croatia||Youth Business Group Holding