20th Regional Session of European Youth Parliament Serbia

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By Dusan Ilic, Alumni Coordinator for Serbia

European Youth Parliament is a youth organization that acts as a simulation of the actual European Parliament where young people discuss today’s problems and solutions. The participants are called delegates who are divided into committees (four in this case) and officials: Session President, Vice-presidents, journalists, organizers and chairpersons (heads of committees).

One of the tam exercises during the sessions

One of the team exercises during the sessions. A-SMYLE Alumni Aleksandar Nikolic and Marko Stojanovic (’12) are on the left

The Session lasted for two days during which participants were involved in team-building, committee work (topic discussion) and General Assembly where they had to present their resolutions on certain problems and vote on other committee’s resolutions.

The committee work and team-building took place at Fifth Belgrade High School, whereas General Assembly took place at First Belgrade High School. A-SMYLE alumni Aleksandar Nikolic and Marko Stojanovic acted as a chairpersons for one of the committees.