2.2 Voting in the Parliamentary Elections and getting in touch with Members of the European Parliament and EU Member State Parliaments
As you could read above in the explanation on EU Values by the European Commission, the foundational EU Value of Democracy is understood by the European Commission to be Representative or Parliamentary. This political system is indeed strongly in place both at the level of the EU with the European Parliament and at the level of the EU Member States with the EU Member State Parliaments that play also a crucial role in the EU Decision making process since these Parliaments control the Ministers who form by each subject the Councils of the European Union. Voting in the elections for the European Parliament and for your respective EU Member State Parliament, constitutes in fact your main EU institutional way to impact the EU Decision making process. So make certainly use of this right and as EU Cultural Youth Ambassador you are most warmly invited to encourage others in the circle of your friends and family to do the same.
You can also contact directly the Member(s) of the EU Member State Parliament (MP) and Member(s) of the European Parliament (MEP) you voted for and who got elected or otherwise MP(s) and MEP(s) you feel most connected with, and ask these MP(s) and MEP(s) if they can represent you in the specific Parliament by proposing and defending the personal idea you present to them while making yourself possibly known to them as one of their (potential) voters. This is exactly the practical way in which the political system of parliamentary or representative democracy is designed: guaranteeing all EU Citizens an equal and free way to impact the EU Decision Making Process. https://www.europarl.europa.eu/portal/en