Federation of Young European Greens

The Federation of Young European Greens, often referred to as FYEG (/ˈfɛɡ/ FEE-egg), is an umbrella organisation that gathers young green movements and organisations across Europe with 40,000 members.[1] FYEG's aim is to defend climate and social justice on the European level. Since 2007, FYEG is the European Green Party's youth wing.

Federation of Young European Greens
AbbreviationFYEG
Formation1988 (1988)
TypeGreen political youth organisation
Headquarters31 Rue Wiertz, Brussels B-1050, Belgium
Secretary General
Özgecan Kara
Spokespersons
Stefanie de Bock and Eleanor Morrissey
Parent organisation
European Green Party
AffiliationsGlobal Young Greens
Websitewww.fyeg.org

FYEG has 29 member organisations, 7 candidates and one associate member, along with two partner organisations - the Global Young Greens and Cooperation and Development Network Eastern Europe. It is a closer partner of the Green European Foundation, the European Green Party, and the Green Academy. It also holds a full membership to the European Youth Forum (EYF) which operates within the Council of Europe and European Union youth engagement frameworks and works closely with both these bodies.