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What We Stand For

The basis of the activities of FYEG is our political work on a European level, in a European political space. This is not limited to lobbying inside the European Parliament. No, FYEG is also involved on a street level, running campaigns together with its Member Organisations. At the same time it is not afraid of lifting topics and relevant questions from the local organisations, supporting them and spreading them throughout the network.

Once every year FYEG hosts a formal meeting, the General Assembly, where the MOs, through their delegates, decide on policy and strategy and elect an Executive Committee (EC). The EC board of 7 people is elected to serve for a year and EC members can serve 3 terms consecutively. The Executive Committee leads and coordinates activities of the Federation. There is no leadership hierarchy inside the EC, rather a flat structured and gender balanced committee. They are assisted by a full time paid Secretary General since 1999.

The opinions and statements of FYEG are based on the political platform, which is discussed and updated each year during our General Assembly.


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Political Platform & Policy papers

Here you can find the FYEG policy papers, the political platform being the most important one. All policy papers are all adopted by our General Assebly, starting in 2008.


For a Progressive Parliament Presidency That Fosters Democracy in the EU

Jan 17, 2017

Two and a half years after the last European elections, the European Union is suffering from multiple crises. Among them, the democratic deficit requires attention and action. The European Parliament...


Jan 3, 2017

Check out the pdf version HERE.TOWARDS A BRIGHTER 20172016 has been a difficult year for youth and progressives. Brexit and Trump consolidated the rise of the new far-right across Europe, with...

Free Trade Agreements: Our Opposition Shouldn’t Rest In 2017

Dec 26, 2016

It is undeniable that free trade agreements partly dominated the public debate in 2016. On both sides of the Atlantic free trade agreements were debated at the highest political levels. Voting on...

EU Must Reinstate Human Rights in its Foreign Policy Now!

Dec 15, 2016

Today the European Council is meeting in Brussels. While the violence against civilians reached what the UN  called a “meltdown of humanity” in Syrian Aleppo, the EU must more than even...

Finnish Young Greens: Ambitious Economical Policies and New Leadership

Dec 1, 2016

ViNO (the Federation of Green Youth and Students) held its General Assembly in Helsinki last weekend. Representatives of Green youth organisations from across Finland spent a few days debating major...

Trump trumps climate – climate trumps Trump?

Nov 10, 2016

                         By Anton JaekelActually, this should have been an...

Presenting FYEG Delegation at the COP22

Nov 7, 2016

Anton Jaekel is from Germany and has attended lots of UNFCCC-meetings since 2011 in Durban, South Africa. He studies political and sustainable human science in Lüneburg and since November last year...

Spain Needs Change Instead of More Conservative Rule

Oct 30, 2016

After almost one year of caretaker goverment, a majority of Social Democrat deputies abstained on Mariano Rajoy’s investment as Prime Minister of Spain. This is bad news for young people in Spain...

FYEG's nominee for the European Youth Forum elections

Sep 28, 2016

The Federation of Young European Greens will travel to Varna this November, where the General Assembly of the European Youth Forum is taking place. This particular General Assembly has quite a...

Young European Greens on State of the Union: Do Not Let Us Down

Sep 14, 2016

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker held his State of the Union speech today. The Federation of Young European Greens sees some positive points on climate and youth employment, but also...

CETA is TTIP Through the Back Door

Aug 30, 2016

The pressure is mounting on resolving the ongoing debate over the European Parliament's stance on CETA, the trade agreement between the EU and Canada. Despite a clear message from civil society and...

Young European Greens: Vote Remain, for Our Common Future!

Jun 23, 2016

Today, citizens of the United Kingdom vote on remaining in or leaving the European Union.The premise of the vote itself is skewed. A split in the Conservative Party has been transposed to a...

FYEG General Assembly in Prague an undisputed success

May 30, 2016

The Federation of Young European Greens held its annual General Assembly (GA) last week, from the 26th to the 30th of May, in Prague, the Czech Republic. Around 100 representatives of FYEG’s Member...

Why are we at Ende Gelände this weekend?

May 14, 2016

It would be easy to be discouraged by the lack of political and economic changes to fight climate change and to end fossil fuel extraction. Yet instead of sitting back, disappointed with this lack of...

Young People Demand the Election of the President of the European Commission Remains Democratic

May 12, 2016

May 12, 2016Statement from political party youth organisations on discussions by Heads of EU Member States to block the “Spitzenkandidaten” process of electing the President of the European...