Pigeon Chess: Why Arguing With the Brexit Brigade Just Won’t Work

By Anna Wilson, UK Communications Officer In an age of Brexit, the refugee crisis, “post truth” and sensationalist media, never has the term “pigeon chess” been more appropriate. Arguing with the irrational – as is now so often the case – is like attempting to play the game with a bird: no matter how clever Read more about Pigeon Chess: Why Arguing With the Brexit Brigade Just Won’t Work[…]

Re-Booting Europe @ School

By Chris Stenseth, UK Europe @ School Co-Ordinator We are finally ready for the re-launch of one of the Young European Movement’s most popular initiatives!   It is with great pride that we want to introduce you to our new Europe @ School programme, and the process that has been taking place over the last Read more about Re-Booting Europe @ School[…]

Public Statement on the Terror Attacks in Berlin

The Young European Movement UK Statement on the Berlin Terror Attacks December 2016 The Young European Movement UK wishes to extend its thoughts and condolences to the victims and their families of yesterday’s cowardly attack in Berlin. This attack echoes those of recent months and years across Europe, and so our statement shall broadcast the Read more about Public Statement on the Terror Attacks in Berlin[…]

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