On February 21 and 22, the Kaunas Regional Development Agency invites you to participate in the online event “In EU Podcasts – Speak Up!” organized within the framework of the “NOTE” project. The event dedicated to learning about the European Parliament, its activities, the upcoming European Parliament elections and why the inclusion of young people in the European Parliament is important.

21st February (CET 13:00):

  • Explore the activities and current affairs of the European Parliament.
  • Participate in a panel discussion featuring Lithuanian MEP’s, youth representatives, and other special guests. The discussion will approach topics such as youth turnout in the last European elections, how Gen–Z see Europe and why does youth vote matter in upcoming elections of European Parliament.
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The event on 21 February will be held in Lithuanian and English with simultaneous translation.

22nd February (CET 10:00):

  • Get to know about NOTE Toolbox
  • Immerse yourself in podcasts produced by NOTE partners, focusing on the European Parliament’s activities.
Registration for the event Event programme

Registration is required for both events, and we will send you the ZOOM link once you have registered. Sessions will be recorded.


The event is financed by Europe Union. “NOTE” stands for the “Network of Organizations and Towns for the European Elections”. It is an initiative  from 11 EU Member States in the framework of the programme CERV. We represent citizens, local governments and civil society organisations from: Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, Poland, Portugal, Croatia, Latvia, Spain, Lithuania, Belgium and Germany.

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Event Description Sheet

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