Partenaires financiers The EPP Group brings together centre and centre-right pro-European political forces from 27 Member States of the EU. They are the largest political group in the European Parliament. Their priority is the creation of jobs and a healthy sustainable economy. http://www.eppgroup.eu/ The Institute for European Studies of the Université Libre de Bruxelles – Université d’Europe has since its foundation in 1963, asserted itself as a key player in the four areas of research, education, European public debate and international relations. It has earned the Institute to be recognized as a Jean Monnet centre of excellence. http://www.iee-ulb.eu/en The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) is the progressive political foundation based in Brussels. FEPS is an incubator for fresh ideas and embodies a new way of thinking on the social-democratic, socialist and labour scene in Europe. http://www.feps-europe.eu/en/ Partenaires After more than 10 years in the city and the organization of many public debates, CaféBabel Brussels is now well implemented in the European capital. Through debates and its blog, CB Brussels gives to the young generation the possibility to converse freely with well-known figures working in the heart of Europe. Stand Up for Europe (SUFE) is a pan-European citizens’ movement aimed at making Europeans aware of their shared interests and enabling them to promote these interests by taking action starting from their own cities. To do so, SUFE is creating teams in every European city, including students' groups in universities. In its activities, Stand Up For Europe relies on the support of a committee made up of leading personalities from culture, politics, business, and academia. Europa United is about helping to unite Europeans across the continent as well as providing a portal for those who wish to communicate to other por-Europeans. Their goal is to help to facilitate the idea of European integration though opinion, conversation, facts and information. The European Student Think Tank is an International Organization that involves young people in the European policy-making process. Run by youth and for youth, we organize debates across EU institutions, publish academic articles about international affairs and host a network of Ambassadors to our organization, who represent the EST across Europe. We also publish an acclaimed academic journal: The European Policy Review. EU-Logos Athéna is conceived as a communication support, professional tool and place of expression and space of exchange of information and opinions. They appeal to European citizens, to NGOs who share our objectives, as well as those inside the national and European institutions to create an inclusive and equal European democracy. Created in 1992 as a Centre of Information on Europe, Toute l'Europe today gathers a website that is a reference about European questions, the heart of an influent European network and a space of expression and participation. The EFF is the first European Communication and Project Development Network. It's aim is to communicate and connect, to build bridges between citizens and use their potential to build the future. While developing and incubating its own projects, the EFF also manages an ever-growing network of partnered civil society organisations across the European continent. Euro Babble is a project of the EFF – European Future Forum. It was originally started in 2016 by two LSE Alumni and aims to show Europe as you’ve never seen it before, reporting on European culture and politics beyond the EU bubble in a free-spirited, unconventional tone mixing humour with real investigative work. Italics Magazine is an Italian independent online magazine in English based in Rome. The magazine covers everything Italy-related, offering news and opinion about politics, economy, culture and sports. Italics Magazine’s main goal is to become a reference for readers, professionals and foreign press interested in covering Italian issues thoroughly, appealing to diverse fields of interests and schools of thoughts SAIES is a circle of students from the Institute for European Studies of the Free University of Brussels. Its main purpose is to create a space for reflection accessible to anyone, and in which the European Union is the main focus of attention. The New Federalist is the English edition of the multilingual web magazine of the NGO of the Young European Federalists (JEF). They gather between 150,000 and 200,000 readers a month, and cover European political, economic and social affairs, as well as history and cultural matters. They value youth engagement, are volunteer-run, and receive submissions from the readership, from both members and non-members of JEF. Y Vote is a European-wide campaign designed to encourage young people in Europe to make informed choices at the European Parliament elections. The project believes, that youngster need to receive better information regarding the European elections, European institutions and the European Union in general to become active citizens.