Participants are divided into six groups, coordinated by the twin cities. Each group argues for 20 minutes. After each session, each group has to move to the following session.
Session 1: quiz, test your knowledge on European Treaties.
Session 2: how would you improve the knowledge on the European Union in your countries starting from young people? the treaties are the pillars. Discuss and write down a small text with some suggestions, which can be different by country.
Session 3: Practice Case study : “I am a young european and I have a small start up in green packaging. I’d like to know if I can get some european funds. What can I do? Who do I have to contact?”.
Session 4: Considering the situation in 2018, from your personal point of view, how do you imagine europe in 2050? More or less countries? Express yourself through a speech, a design, a text, a/some pictures, a song, etc…
Session 5: What did you learn at school on Europe? Which perception of Europe did you keep from your education? Exchange your personal experiences.
Session 6: The white paper on the future of Europe and the 5 scenarios
1. “Carrying on”;
2. “Nothing but the single market”;
3. “Those who want more do more”;
4. “Doing less more efficiently”;
5. “Doing much more together”.
Which scenario you think we’re moving to? Discuss together, choose a scenario and argue on your choice.