Between 21 and 30 years of age (participants up to 35 years of age may be considered as well, but they may not be eligible for a fully funded stay)
Active in politics, state affairs, business, media, arts, sports, sciene, a non-profit environment, etc.
An interest in EU affais, its political and economic development, security, and/or any other fields of relevance to the European affairs
Fluent in English
Willingness to actively engage in FELF (including pre-forum preparations) debates and the Prague European Summit discussions
Willingness to participate in any other related activities,
Topics to be discussed
Environment, Security, Digital and Emerging Technologies, Society, Advocacy, Politics, The EU in General, Participatory Methods, Youth Opportunities
For personal applications
Please send us your CV (including your date of birth and full contact details). Applicants are required to send a short essay on the following topic: How would you tackle the challenges (environmental, social, technological or security) that the EU currently faces? The essay may have a length of up to 2000 characters (not more), and the participants are expected to build on the essay during the workshops, while working jointly with other participants in creating a final policy memo that will then be presented to the relevant stakeholders.
All required documents must be sent to Mr. Jiří Mach, FELF Coordinator, via email at
The final deadline for applications is the 29 March 2020 23:59 CET.
Applications are considered on a rolling basis with limited availability., and the application process will be closed once all 30 places are filled. Applying at the earliest is thus highly advisable.
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This event is co-funded in copperation with the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung - Representation in the Czech Republic.