MEP MED - The Model European Parliament Mediterranean Region Programme
The Model European Parliament Mediterranean Region Programme is a non-partisan leadership programme for youth in Mediterranean countries. The aim of the MED MEP Region programme is to develop interest and skills in addressing high level international issues jointly among high-school students. The program is a training ground for future leaders and politicians.
The working language during MED MEP is English. Six students are chosen to represent each member country. Together, they comprise a delegation. Each delegate represents their native country in a committee, which discuss Mediterranean issues. Each committee has their own specified issue to discuss. The committee members’ common goal is to draft a resolution they all support and can defend in the General Assembly. The resolution from each committee provides suggestions and solutions to issues of the EU. It is then presented, at the General Assembly of the MEP and the delegates of all countries vote for or against it.
The Model European Parliament (MEP) is a simulation of the European Parliament. It was founded in 1994 to educate young people about European cooperation. The MEP’s goal is to unite the young adults of Europe to a greater understanding of European integration and a closer penetration of common European issues as well as knowledge about EU institutions. The programme develops political awareness and an understanding for Europe’s diversity.
MEP is also a cultural and social event, which gives the participants the opportunity to experience the diversity of the countries, and be a part of numerous social events, such as teambuilding, sightseeing, along with living with a family in the host country.
MEP EU 28+ candidate countries
2 sessions a year
the place for young ideas.
the forum for youth democracy and parliamentarism.
the venue for future decision makers.
the place to be.
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Nea Genia Ziridis has been a member of the Model European Parliament programme since it was set up in 1994. It is the only coordinating school in Greece which takes on the coaching of high school students who intend to participate in this leadership programme.
The aims of the programme are consistent with the mission of our school:
We educate the leaders of tomorrow, the citizens of the world.