Brève | Rejoins la délégation Jeunes MR pour le Congrès de Vienne du LYMEC ! (Appel à candidatures)

By on 3 mars 2016

Are you interested in an international political experience?
Jeunes MR needs you!

Do you want to meet young Liberals from other European countries? Do you want to get an idea of how parliamentary debates look like? Do you want to take part in political debates about various topics such as international relations, education, economy, culture…?

Next LYMEC Congress in Vienna!

LYMEC is the European organisation of young liberals. It is composed of young liberal organisations from most European countries. Each year, LYMEC organises congresses and workshops where its members can meet and exchange their views on different issues. Previous events took place in Rotterdam, Barcelona, Helsinki,…
This April, LYMEC will meet in Vienna. On this occasion, each national organisation will send delegates to defend its vision.
The congress in Vienna will deal with entrepreneurship. But other topics will also be discussed. Besides, this congress will be electoral: a new board will be elected for the LYMEC.
Time will be dedicated for the general assembly of LYMEC, debates on resolutions, elections…and of course for fun!

When: weekend 30 April – 1st May

Where: Vienna

Mission: You will be one of the representatives of Jeunes MR and will accompany the Jeunes MR delegate for international relations.

Please note that your participation at this Congress will be at your expense. Low cost air plane tickets should be available and accommodation is provided at a fair price (average budget: 200€).

Jeunes MR declines all responsibility for any cost due to event cancellation by Lymec or for cancellation on your side for personal reasons.

If you have any question, please feel free to ask Aurian Delli Pizzi ( – 0474/37.98.56)


How to apply?
Send a motivation letter of about 250 words in English by March 15 to, and
If your application is accepted, you will be responsible for buying your plane tickets. There will be an alignment between the different participants to take the same planes if possible, but no common reservation will be made.