is an educational and cultural simulation of European politics. We seek to build understanding to inspire and engage young people from Scotland and beyond on the politics of Europe.
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“MEU Scotland 2017 was probably the most amazing youth event I have attended. Its fruitful and inspiring debates, the amazing work done by the organizers as well as the intelligent content made the week of the simulation a unique learning experience. I would recommend it to every student from Europe and beyond, with an interest in exchanging, learning and growing.”
For me, MEU Scotland was one of the most enriching youth events that I have participated in. It provides the opportunity to connect and bond with other young Europeans on an intellectual, social and emotional level. It creates a dynamic that makes people challenge their own boundaries in terms of public speaking, debating, and political knowledge.
“Meeting Members of the Scottish Parliament and the Lord Provost of Glasgow were great opportunities to realise first-hand the willingness of current political actors to engage with enthusiastic and ambitious young people in crafting a Europe that emphasises dialogue and cooperation as key means to achieving a more peaceful and prosperous continent.”
At MEU Scotland 2018 we will discuss the following topics: Topic 1: The European Defence Fund to coordinate and increase national investment in defence research and improve coordination and … Continue reading Topics
MEU Scotland 2018 will include a new addition to the concept this year in the role of Political Support Officers to the Parliamentary Groups. The role will provide a representation … Continue reading New to MEUs: Introducing Political Support Officers
BETA Scotland are pleased to announce that the second edition of MEU Scotland will take place between the 18th to 23rd of October 2018 in Glasgow, departing on the 24th. … Continue reading MEU Scotland 2018 Announced With Exciting New Roles and Features
Model European Union Scotland has won the UK section of the European Charlemagne Youth Prize. Since 2008, the European Parliament together with the ‘Foundation of the International Charlemagne Prize of … Continue reading MEU Scotland wins UK Section of Charlemagne Youth Prize 2018
MEU Scotland’s organising body, Bringing Europeans Together Association Scotland, are pleased to announce our awarding of charitable status by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator. BETA Scotland will further the … Continue reading Bringing Europeans Together Association Scotland awarded Charitable Status