Would you like to share your views on Europe’s future and have the chance to win a trip to Strasbourg to present them to Antonio Tajani, president of the European Parliament?
Well, step right up — admission is free!
Thanks to this unique opportunity, three of you will be invited to come to Strasbourg to meet Antonio Tajani, president of the European Parliament!
How to take part in the competition
Nothing could be easier: just prepare a short video explaining what Europe means to you and where would like to see it go in the future. Be creative, be funny, think out of the box… There are only two rules: do not exceed 30 seconds and post your motivation before midnight CET on 31 May. Parliament's Facebook team… will then select three winners from the ten most liked submissions. You will have one more week to promote the video (until noon CET on 7 June). We will make the decision on 8 June.
What is at stake?
The three winners will be invited for a three-day trip to Strasbourg (10-12 September). They will meet and share their views with the President of the European Parliament, be given VIP seats to follow the State of the Union debate, which is the most important debate held in the Parliament every year on the direction the EU will be going the following year. Parliament social media team will be at your disposal to provide help and information. Accommodation and travel expenses will be arranged and covered by the European Parliament.
Who can take part in the competition?
You need to be at least 18 years old, live in a European Union country and be available on 10-12 September to come to Strasbourg. The three winners will be announced on the event page and contacted via Facebook mail — so please make sure to check your mail (also ‘other’ folder) on the days in question!
By participating in this competition you also agree to being filmed for a video to be published on Parliament’s Facebook account. If you use illegal methods or unethical means to boost your video (e.g. buying likes) your submission will be voided. Please also make sure that you have all copyrights for the video you publish.
To take part in the competition, you will be subject to the same rules that apply to the European Parliament Facebook page. If you’re not familiar with them, you can find them here: epfacebook.eu/SU