The Charlemagne Youth Prize is a prize for young Europeans who have a running project working with and learning about other Europeans.
A deadline extension to 15 February has been announced.
- It is a prize open to young people from 16 to 30, independent of studies or profession, to which you can enroll as an individual or as a group;
- The main focus is European integration, so the project can be anything related to promoting this concept;
- One of the main requirements to participate is that the project should already have been launched by the deadline for applications (now 15.02.2016) – on the other hand, it can already have finished, or be still running in 2016.
- There is a ceremony for the 28 selected projects from all Member States, held in Aachen, Germany, by the President of the European Parliament.
- The three best projects will be awarded a prize (€5,000 for the first, €3,000 for the second and €2,000 for the third) and as part of the prize, the laureates will be invited to visit the European Parliament (in Brussels or in Strasbourg).
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