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IEGS went to Leipzig for the 80th International Session of EYP!

By Lydia Barsawme

This week IEGS will be hosting the National Session of the EYP, but let's take a look back following their journey from Leipzig for the International Session!

Whenever someone asks me to explain what the European Youth Parliament is, I always find myself having a hard time to get it down in only a few sentences. Where do I start? How am I supposed to summarize all the experiences, challenges, laughs, new thoughts, faces and memories that each new session of EYP brings with it? Due to this it is often the case that when returning back from a session, many of us EYP’ers simply reply with

European Youth Parliament

By Lydia Barsawme

Tilda Nilsson is a second year who, along with her teammates from IEGS, went to the Regional Session of EYP Sweden 2014 on the 29th and 30th of November, in the hopes of qualifying for the National Session.

This Friday, Tilda along with her other team members will by flying to Umeå to participate in the National Session of EYP Sweden. But first let’s take a look back at the journey that they went through and the accomplishments that they have made along the way.

At the Stockholm Regional Session of EYP Sweden, the president of the European Youth Parliament Sweden begins her speech with

IEGS in European Youth Parliament

By Tao Wang

IEGS EYP team has been selected as one of 22 schools in Sweden to participate in the national session of the EYP which will take place in Umeå on March 13-16. At this session teams of delegates will compete for the prize of representing Sweden in the international session of the EYP later next year.

If you see any of our team be sure to give them a pat on the back!

Tilda Nilsson (SPD2F)
Clara Korsgren (IB)
Anton Erlandsson (IB)
Evin Badrniya (EC2H)

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