To avoid history to repeat itself and see a low turnout to the European elections of May 2014 among young people, the European Students’ Forum (AEGEE) launched the “Y Vote 2014” project aiming to encourage young people to get involved. Building on the success of the 2009 edition, the project consists of many different parts, such as youth conventions, bus tours, training events and local activities throughout Europe. Furthermore, a special voting guide for young people is being developed that will be soon accessible online. Follow the project on AEGEE webpage.
AEGEE’s Y vote 2014: young people engage for European elections
From the network - 15th January 2014