Give Young Europeans a better chance!

On the 12th April in the European Parliament, EURANET will launch a brand new website that will hook up campus radios from all over Europe, Connect.Euranet at connect.euranet.eu

To celebrate this launch, EURANET has invited young journalists and members of the campus radios from all over Europe to take part in an interactive live radio show about youth unemployment in the European Parliament in Brussels. A range of high profile politicians and decision makers will be interviewed by members of the campus radios over a face-to-face chat.

László Andor, Hungarian Commissioner for Employment and social affairs and President of the Council of ministers will open the discussion with a debate with European students at 14.45pm.

The debate will be held live on stage in the European Parliament in Brussels and will be covered extensively by our radio partners live on air and on our Facebook page: Connect.Euranet (www.facebook.com/Connect.Euranet).

These MEPs and campus participating:

  • · Maria Badia i Cutchet (S&D, Spain), Committee on Culture and Education.
  • · Marian Harkin, (ALDE, Ireland), Committee on Employment and Social Affairs.
  • · Silvana Koch-Mehrin (ALDE, Germany, vice-president of the EP)
  • · Jutta Steinruck (S&D, Germany), Committee on Employment and Social Affairs.
  • · Gabriele Zimmer (GUE/NGL, Germany), Committee on Employment and Social


  • · TrinityFM - Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
  • · Radio Kampus - Warsaw University, Poland
  • · Radio Universidad - University of Salamanca, Spain
  • · Bonncampus - University of Bonn, Germany
  • · Radio Campus - Örebro University, Sweden
  • · UBB Radio - Babes-Bolyai University Cluj, Romania
  • · Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain.

Euranet’s pan-European radio network includes 17 international, national, and regional,

European radio stations from 15 countries and currently broadcasts on air and online in 18 languages, to nearly 11.5 million listeners across Europe. Its aim is to bring European affairs to its citizens in a relevant and meaningful way.

  • · More information: www.facebook.com/Connect.Euranet

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