YEPP is the youth organisation of the European People’s Party. We bring together 62 Centre-Right youth political organisations from 43 countries all over Europe. Founded in 1997, YEPP has developed into the largest political youth organisation in Europe.
Apart from being active within the structures of our mother party the EPP, we are committed in a number of other international arenas. One of our main objectives is to maintain good contacts within our political family, provide ground for training, discussion and cooperation and prepare the younger generation to lead tomorrow’s Europe. This runs parallel to our mission to stimulate further integration in Europe, to uphold our principles, policies and ideas in the European political debate.
Life has taught me that we must discover what it is that we are passionate about and then use our passion to make a difference. Politics and Europe are what I care about the most: both inspire me and make me stand up for what I believe in.
Kevin graduated as a Medical Doctor and further specialized in Family Medicine at the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium). During the YEPP Congress of July 2021 in Brussels, he was elected Secretary-General of YEPP
The Board is responsible for the daily work of YEPP, within the framework of guidelines adopted by the Congress and the Council. Members of the Board are: The President, the First Vice-President, the Secretary General, the Deputy Secretary General, the Treasurer, and nine Vice-Presidents.
Carol De Biagi is from San Marino. She studies social policies and international relations at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan. Her main interests are international and European Union law. She has been interested in policy field since she was a young girl which credit to her father who passed her the passion for politics. Currently she is the International Secretary of GDC (Young Christian Democrats).
Gianluca Sciberras is a Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths, warranted to practice in the islands of Malta and Gozo. He was born on the 28th of February of the year 1994 and currently resides in Fgura, his home town, a quaint village in the southern part of Malta. He is an alumni of the University of Malta, graduating twice, first in 2018 with a Bachelors of Law (LL.B.) and subsequently in 2019 with a Masters in Notarial Studies (M. Not. St.).
Jasmin Schweizer is from Landshut, Germany but grew up in Cork, Ireland. She earned a Bachelors degree in Criminology at University College Cork, with an interest in terrorism and political violence. She went on to obtain a Master’s degree in International Public Policy and Diplomacy. Prior to working for YEPP, Jasmin completed an Internship in the Irish Parliament (Oireachtas Éireann) where she focused on Brexit, particularly British-Irish relations. She has a strong interest in learning about EU-AU relations and how to improve dialogue between the youth. Jasmin is fluent in German and English, and in her free time enjoys learning about Edo Cosmology and travelling.
Alex Bandraburu is originally from Bacau, Romania. After gaining a degree in Civil Engineering from the Technical University of Iasi he moved to Eindhoven, The Netherlands, where he complemented his studies with subjects less technical. Simultaneously, it was at TU Eindhoven where he worked in implementing digital tools, as well as performing UI & UX Design. He was the board member of the Dutch branch of the largest Romanian Students Association Abroad – LSRS, with the mission of building and promoting a strong Romanian youth community. Alex is passionate about efficient education, in its various forms, backed up by data and properly envisioned through human-centered design.
It is the declaration of our fundamental principles and values, our compass. Addressing the most challenging issues Europe is facing today, calling for concrete measures and policies to be adopted, our Political Program presents our vision of the future of Europe. A Europe of innovation, technological but also societal advancements, a Europe that will not just survive in the modern era but will lead. A Europe shaped by and for its people.