Get ready to LevelUp! Boost your skills & accelerate change
What if the European Parliament could be transformed into a 2 day bootcamp for 1,400 young people from across Europe to boost their skills?
LevelUp! is making it happen!
On 28-29 October, we will be taking over the European Parliament in Brussels, creating a space for young activists to learn practical skills, connect with each other and maximise their impact in their communities.
Go to the LevelUp! website
Everyone has the power to make a difference — Level Up! is about taking your activism to the next level.
Join us as we bring together experts and organisations to open up spaces to expand your knowledge and skills - so that your campaign or action can reach its potential. Throughout this two day event, you can dive into the world of communication, advocacy and organising.
The event is totally FREE and additionally you can get support for your travel and accommodation, check out the registration tab.
LevelUp is organised in the framework of the European Year of Youth.
LevelUp! is aimed at you, your friends and everyone who aspires to make a positive change on the issues they care about. If you’re just getting started or already have some experience, our event is adapted to meet your skills.
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