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The European Charlemagne Youth Prize 2018

Enter now for your chance to win €7500 and a trip to the European Parliament in Brussels or Strasbourg


Written by Rebekah Connolly and posted in news


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What is the European Charlemagne Youth Prize?

The European Charlemagne Youth Prize is a prize which aims to encourage active youth participation in the development of Europe. Since 2008 the European Parliament together with the Foundation of the International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen have been inviting young people from all EU Member States to submit European integration projects which have been run by and are for young people.

What types of projects can be submitted?

The projects can focus on the organisation of various youth events, youth exchanges or online projects with the aim of:

  • Promoting European and International understanding.
  • Fostering the development of a shared sense of European identity and integration.
  • Providing role models for young people living in Europe and offer practical examples of Europeans living together as one community.

Click here to read about previous winners’ projects.

Applications

  • Applications are open to young people between 16-30 from any EU Member State.
  • Projects can be submitted as individuals or in groups.
  • The project must have started and been finished between 1 January 2017 and 29 January 2018 or still running.

Click here to find the full list of competition rules

What could be won?

The prize for the best project is €7500 , 2nd place is €5000 and 3rd is €2500. The 3 winners are also invited to visit the European Parliament in Brussels or Strasbourg. You can find full details of all prizes won here.

When do the projects have to be submitted by?

The application deadline is the 29/1/2018 and applications can be submitted here.

 

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Published December 7th, 2017
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Contact your MEP

Need to get in touch with your local MEP? Simply click your constituency below and we will give you the MEPs for your area and their contact details.

Select your constituency - Dublin Midlands North-West South


MEPs in Dublin Constituency


Lynn Boylan

01 873 6554

lynn.boylan@ep.europa.eu

@LNBDublin

58 Parnell Square, Dublin 1.

Nessa Childers

01 296 2263

nessa.childers@ep.europa.eu

@ChildersMEP

11 Glenard Hall, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14

Brian Hayes

01 209 6548

brian.hayes@ep.europa.eu

@brianhayesMEP

6 Main Street, Donnybrook, Dublin 4


MEPs in Midlands North West Constituency


Matt Carthy

042 967 4001

matt.carthy@ep.europa.eu

@mattcarthy

10 Monaghan Street, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan

Luke 'Ming' Flanagan

094 962 2710

lukeming.flanagan@ep.europa.eu

@lukeming

Priory House, Barrack Street, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon

Marian Harkin

071 914 5890

marian.harkin@ep.europa.eu

@MarianHarkin

28 Emmet Place, Union Street, Sligo

Mairead McGuinness

041 685 4633

mairead.mcguinness@europarl.europa.eu

@MaireadMcGMEP

Mentrim, Drumconrath, Navan, Co. Meath


MEPs in South Constituency


Deirdre Clune

1890 989 533

deirdre.clune@ep.europa.eu

@DeirdreCluneMEP

74 South Mall, Cork

Seán Kelly

085 125 5263

sean.kelly@ep.europa.eu

@SeanKellyMEP

European Parliament, ASP 08F353, rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels.

Liadh Ni Riada

01 872 6100

liadh.niriada@ep.europa.eu

@LiadhNiRiadaMEP

20 Commons Road, Blackpool, Cork

Brian Crowley

021 489 6433

brian.crowley@ep.europa.eu

Maryborough Lodge, Maryborough Hill, Douglas, Cork

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