Who are we?

what we do

The European Youth Parliament’s mission is to inspire and empower young Europeans to become open-minded, tolerant and active citizens.

The European Youth Parliament is a unique educational platform that empowers empowers young people from across Europe to be open-minded, active citizens. It provide participants with a forum to develop and express their opinions on a  wide range of topics. By bringing young people from different backgrounds closer together, it also promotes intercultural dialogue and exchange. Through our activities, our EYP participants and volunteers are equipped with the knowledge and skills to positively shape the world around them. 

The EYP network has an open, safe and welcoming environment – run by young people, for young people. Offering a range of non-formal and peer-led educational activities, the EYP provides young people with the space to grow, learn various skills, as well as take responsibility for themselves and for others. Every year, more than 3500 young volunteers implement EYP activities across Europe, acting as moderators, organisers and facilitators during events. Moreover, it is young people who jointly steer out organisation at large and shape the future of the programme. 

European Youth Parliament – Georgia was founded in 2007 and has already hosted more than 70 events. In 2019 EYP Georgia held projects in Batumi, Zugdidi, Gori and Tbilisi & upcoming sessions will take place in Kobuleti, Akhaltsikhe and Kutaisi.

European Youth Parliament – Georgia aims to promote European values through Georgian youngsters and include them in the discussions of acute European and global problems. The organization is actively planning and executing various types of event all around Georgia. 


Our history

European Youth Parliament (EYP) started its activities in Georgia in 2007 as an initiative group which was later recognized as a full member of the organisation in 2008 (April), at the Prague International Session. European Youth Parliament – Georgia has been officially registered since 2009 and continues its volunteer work throughout the country.

Our aims

Organisation works to raise awareness of European issues, encourage active European citizenship and motivate young people to get involved in European politics; promote international understanding, intercultural dialogue and diversity of ideas and practices; contribute to the personal skills development of European youth; provide a forum in which young people of Europe can express their own opinions, without reverting to role play.