Komisja Europejska ogłasza dziś drugą edycję konkursu DiscoverEU. Od dziś (od godz. 12.00 czasu środkowoeuropejskiego) do wtorku 11 grudnia (do godz. 12.00 czasu środkowoeuropejskiego) młodzi ludzie w wieku 18 lat mogą ubiegać się o bilet na podróż po Europie latem przyszłego roku.
Uczniowie II LO w Poznaniu- ubiegłoroczni laureaci Olimpiady "Gwiezdny Krąg" postanowili szerzyć wiedzę o UE, organizując konkurs "Cześć, Europo!"
Weź udział! Do wygrania wycieczka do Brukseli! Rejestracja do 31.12.2018.
Dodatkowe informacje o konkursie:
European Parliament launches 'This Time I Vote' campaign
In preparation for the European elections, taking place between May 23rd - 26th of 2019, the European Parliament has encouraged the EU's young members to have their voices heard .
With only nine months left before the European elections take place, the EU is looking for the next generation to decide the direction of the Union's future
It is time to study in Europe
European Policy Cooperation
Each EU country is responsible for its own education and training systems. EU policy is designed to support national action and help address common challenges, such as ageing societies, skills deficits in the workforce, technological developments and global competition. Education and training 2020 (ET 2020) is the framework for cooperation in education and training.
For more information https://ec.europa.eu/education/…/about-education-policies_en
What is DiscoverEU?
Are you 18 years old? Are you up for an adventure? If yes, get ready to explore Europe by joining DiscoverEU, a European Union initiative giving young people the opportunity to travel around Europe.
100 480 young citizens applied during the first application round in June 2018 and at least 15 000 young people were awarded the travel passes. Check the DiscoverEU factsheet to read more about the initiative and the experiences of some of our young DiscoverEU travellers.
Do you know what's European Solidarity Corps?
The European Solidarity Corps is the new European Union initiative which creates opportunities for young people to volunteer or work in projects in their own country or abroad that benefit communities and people around Europe. You can register for the European Solidarity Corps when you are 17 years old, but you cannot start a project until you are over 18.