The conference “EYE CON” (Empowering youth for employment) was organised as a part of the project “Empowering Youth for Employment” implemented by the National Youth Council of Macedonia (NYCM) and supported by the British Embassy in Skopje. The aim of the conference was to provide space for sharing practices and innovative model for increasing the…
Once again, the BYC had a very successful COMEM, GA. Although Ewan was new to the system, he was a great asset to the BYC and supported me so much during the election procedure. I am sure that he will do a fantastic job replacing me as the “Official Delegate” commencing September. We started our COMEM by…
In October, our Welsh Young Ambassador Arooj Khan represented the UK at the Structured Dialogue EU Youth Conference in Slovakia. In this blog she reflects on the experience, the outcomes and the next steps.
On the 14th of April. Chris and Pegah, BYC’s elected reps to the European Youth Forum attended a youth advocacy meeting in Brussels and met with the UK’s Permanent Representative to the EU.
Grace talks about her experience travelling to Luxembourg for the last European Youth Conference of the current cycle of Structured Dialogue.
Gary our Young Ambassador from Scotland talks about his experience travelling to Luxembourg for the last European Youth Conference of the current cycle of Structured Dialogue.
Christopher Marland our European Young Ambassador writes about the importance of allowing 16/17 year olds to vote in the EU Referendum.
Nancy, Lauren and Grace travel to London to meet the Cabinet Office and Ecorys to prepare the feedback on the recommendations from the Latvian EU Youth Conference.
Read about Kyle, Lauren and Graces experiences when they attended the EU Youth Conference in Riga, Latvia. Learn about how they prepared, what happened at the conference and how they felt prior to the experience and after returning to the UK.
In my election to become the UK Young Ambassador to the Commonwealth, I stood on a policy of inclusion, accessibility for the most marginalised and equality.