FEPS renews its support to ULB students’ magazine Eyes on Europe

10/05/2022

FEPS is proud to renew its collaboration with the ULB student non-profit association Eyes on Europe at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Institute for European Studies) and its mission to offer students a new vision of European news by creating quality content.

In an effort to bring the Foundation closer to a new generation of students and young people, FEPS welcomes the signature of this new partnership convention for the year 2022. We are glad this partnership can contribute to the work of an independent student-led initiative such as Eyes on Europe.

The association’s semestral magazine and weekly news updates are valuable initiatives that provide young Europeans with EU news and feed the EU public debate with university students’ points of view.

Furthermore, Eyes on Europe is a laboratory that can help develop a new generation of talented journalists covering EU topics, policies and initiatives.

About Eyes on Europe

Born in 2004, Eyes on Europe is a non-profit association whose main activities are publishing a bi-annual bilingual (French – English) magazine and weekly online articles focusing on European issues. It also regularly organises conferences and debates focused on EU issues.

With more than 30 active members, Eyes On Europe is a “journalistic laboratory” managed exclusively by students of the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and the Institute of European Studies (IEE). Its magazine is distributed free of charge to the European Parliament, the European Commission, the ULB, as well as to certain think-tanks, NGOs and lobbies.

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