In 2015 for the first time, EYA gathered young developers, students and creative from all disciplines for one purpose: develop fancy ideas for games with impact on society and produce first prototypes within 48 hours. The results were amazing: a game with a fish fighting radioactive pollution of...
Oct 1 - Jul 15: Database open Apr 14-16: EYA Game Jam and App Camp May 20-21: EYA goes to YO!Fest Jun 20 - Jul 14: mYouth Training in Macedonia Aug/Sep: Online and Onsite Jury Nov 30 - Dec 3: EYA Festival - Winners Event
One of Europe’s biggest challenges is currently the refugee movement. A rising number of people are trying to reach Europe and seek asylum. It’s hard to find good solutions. Many people feel helpless and are anxious about the future. That's the reason why EYA has decided to...
Miriam won the European Youth Award 2015 with her project "Aprendices Visuales". Interviewed by EYA, she shares her motivation, road to success and future plans. How would you describe your project in three sentences? Aprendices Visuales is a small non-profit, with a big mission, that...
Max Ortiz Catalán developed Neuromotus and won #EYA14. After two years, he shares his successful further way with you. Check out this interview! How would you describe Neuromotus in three sentences? Neuromotus is a novel technology for the treatment of neuropathic pain caused by amputation...


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