TEAMGlobal’s vision is to promote an understanding and discussion of world affairs, which empowers young people to be active global citizens and to aspire to leadership roles within their communities.

TEAMGlobal, in the run up to the UK’s vote on its EU membership, played a leading role in ensuring that as many young people as possible were informed about the arguments for and against the UK’s continued membership of the European Union.

With successful conferences at Reading University, University of East Anglia, Royal Holloway University of London, University of Portsmouth, The University of Westminster, Durham University and  Farnborough Sixth Form College, where over 350 students attended. We have a proven record or organising balanced, informative and engaging events.

Farnborough Conference

Please click on this link to read the report written up by Farnborough Sixth Form College

If you would like a conference orientated around political affairs organised at your school or university, please email Laurence Smy at

We will organise a conference about political affairs at your school, college or university free of charge.

Here are some quotes from those who attended the Farnborough Sixth Form Conference:

“I can’t thank you enough for organising the event today, I found it very useful and it was a thoroughly enjoyable/informative day!! I hope the event can continue in following years as I felt it was an effective way to get students to participate and form a well balanced decision!!”
“….a phenomenal event today. It was just wonderful to see so many politically engaged young people taking an active part in the day. They have been challenged, stretched, informed and inspired…..Forgive me for quoting Ofsted (!), but what a great example today has been of the promotion of “fundamental British (European!) values of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different backgrounds, faiths and beliefs.”


  1. Amanda Noble says

    Your conference in Portsmouth (23 March) has been advertised to the public as if open to all. Do you have to be under a certain age to attend?

    • europeanatlantic says

      Dear Amanda,

      Thank you very much for enquiring about the debate on the 23rd.

      It is open to the public and you are more than welcome to attend the conference.



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