Transfer to Schools
The purpose of this activity consists in the familiarisation of a non-university audience to the specificities of the European integration process, the functioning of its institutional apparatus and the public policies generated. These workshops aim to act as linking chain between the university world and a young public which is unfamiliar with European studies and generally unaware of the importance of the EU as a regulatory agent. Throughout the ‘Transfer to Schools’ workshops, the main objective is to ambitiously perform as agents of sensibilisation and socialisation towards European interest, thus contributing to the development of a European identity.
Below you can find a list of the ‘Transfer to Schools’ workshops which were already celebrated:
- N. 1: Institut l’Estatut (Rubí, Catalonia, Spain). October 19, 2018. Intervention titled “60 years together in the EU” presented by Laura Rahola (head of communication of the Representation of the European Commission in Barcelona) and Kahoot! quiz game “What do young people now about the EU?” conducted by Francesco Camonita (JMC Chair Assistant, EUGOV Researcher). The workshop was attended by 120 students.