RS Belgrade 2022

53rd Regional Session of EYP Serbia

Fri, 25 March 2022 – Sun, 27 March 2022



Behind closed doors: Over half of Europeans believe corruption to be a big problem in their country, and a third state they pay a bribe or use personal connections to receive access to public services. How can the EU combat corruption across the Union?


Food for thought: Around 88 million tonnes of food is wasted annually in the EU, totalling on average to 20% of food produced. Looking at the full circle of the food system, from producer to consumer, what steps should the EU take in order to reduce food waste and strengthen the sustainability of the food system?


Nature on edge: Despite having some of the world’s strictest nature laws, European biodiversity is plummeting. With only 23% of species under the EU Nature Directives in good health, and taking into consideration the recent Biodiversity Strategy for 2030, how should the EU ensure a natural habitat that benefits both people, animals and the climate?


Shockingly high: Europe has faced dramatic increases in power prices since 2021, and some are blaming parts of the Union and Member States’ green energy policies. What steps should the EU take to continue the transition to renewable energy, while securing reliable and affordable power for all?


Rainbow families: In December 2021, the European Court of Justice ruled that Bulgaria had breached EU law by not recognising the birth certificate of a child with same sex parents. Taking into account Member States' full jurisdiction over family law, what should the EU do to ensure LGBTQ+ citizens' right to family and non-discrimination?


Europe’s largest ethnic minority: With Roma people still being a major target group of discrimination across Europe, how can the EU guarantee socio-economic equality and non-discrimination of this marginalised community?


Young, wild and voting: Even though the 2019 European election saw a massive increase of youth participation in the European political process, young voters still make up the group of voters least likely to cast their ballot. What steps can the EU take to ensure the increased political participation of young voters catches up with the rest of the electorate?

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