Support

Partners

As a not-for-profit organisation, we heavily rely on our partners in order to realize our events. We are very happy to be able to partner up with organizations that share our values of democracy and active citizenship. With their support we can increase the positive impact the EYP has on its participants, such as teaching young people skills in critical thinking and public speaking. Does your organization also want to play a part in empowering today’s youth? Support our organisation!

Fleur Kiliaan

national conference coordinator & Fundraising officer

Long-term partners

Past partners

The following organisations supported our conferences in 2019 and 2020.

Patrons

The following people have committed to supporting our organisation. We are delighted to receive the trust of this omnifarious collective of patrons. Together with the European Youth Parliament, they also believe in the importance of teaching the Dutch youth critical thinking and active citizenship whilst bringing them closer to Europe.

Dhr. Feike Sijbesma
Honorary Chairman Royal DSM
Drs. Monika Sie Dhian Ho
General Director of Clingendael – the Netherlands Institute of International Relations
Drs. Robert de Groot
Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the European Union
Drs. Mariëtte Hamer
Former President of the Social and Economic Council of the Netherlands (SER)
Drs. Frans van Houten
CEO of Royal Philips N.V.

Patrons of Maastricht 2021 – 4th International Forum

In April 2021, the 4th International Forum of EYP the Netherlands took place in Maastricht under the theme  “The Digital Generation: Setting an Innovative Agenda”. This Forum will not only be supported by our long-term patrons, but also by the following people who specifically carry a warm heart to the city of Maastricht. They share our values and support our mission, and are excited for us to bring EYP to Maastricht.

Patrons of Rotterdam 2018 – 88th International Session

The following people have supported Rotterdam 2018 – the 88th International Session of the EYP. This event was a joint effort by European Youth Parliament The Netherlands and the Schwarzkopf Stiftung and invited 300 young students from all over Europe to The Netherlands to debate about topics under the theme “Discovering Global Europe”. We thank them for their support.