2015 International European Youth Parliament (EYP) Forum in Armenia ( Partially Funded)

Application Deadline: March 26, 2015 CET 23:59

When: 21st May – 28th May, 2015 in Yerevan, Armenia.

EYP Armenia is organizing the 2nd International EYP Forum in Armenia (IEFA 2015) on «Democratic Citizenship: obtaining, developing, empowering» (DECODE) will take place on 21st May – 28th May, 2015 in Yerevan, Armenia. Around 200 delegates from more than 50 countries of Europe, Asia, Africa and Americas will come together for this eight-day program to discuss the specified topic in the respective committees.

The Call for Application is open for Armenian and International Delegates for the upcoming Forum.

You consider applying to:

❖ Meet 200 participants from 50 countries of Europe, Asia, Africa and Americas;
❖ Discover Armenia, 1st country to adopt Christianity as official religion in 301 A.D.;
❖ Visit world’s longest ropeway in the scope of IEFA;
❖ Be part of big-scale Cultural Festival in the scope of Republic Day celebrations on May 28th;
❖ Debate on daring and urgent topics not only with Europeans.

In the scope of the International Forum, the Armenian delegation will also be chosen based on the Independent Jury’s assessment and the voting of the 200 delegates to represent Armenia at the 80th International EYP Session in Leipzig from 6-15 November in Leipzig, Germany.


The conference is open to young people 15-30 year-old, active youth, students coming from Armenia, Europe and the rest of the world.


  • Organizers cover the accommodation and meals costs throughout the International Forum. Participation fee for International delegates is 70 Euro.
  • International delegates should take care of their own travel costs to and from Yerevan.
  • Nevertheless, the delegates who are recognized the best during the Forum will receive travel reimbursement.
  • Best International Delegates will receive partial travel reimbursements.

How to Apply;

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the International EYP Forum in Armenia


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