European School Students' Cooperation

European School Students' Cooperation

The European School Students' Cooperation is a project aiming to support the development of school student structures in the Visegrad Group, by providing new competences focused on how to promote active participation of young people at European level, thus enhancing their sense of belonging to the European union and their European active citizenship.

 

The project will:

  • develop EU awareness, Democracy and EU Citizenship, in school students
  • develop the policy level/dialogue and decision-making in school students’ organisations
  • share best practices of the V4 region, to develop youth participation and youth work in school students

 

What will happen?

A training:

  1. for European school student activists
  2. in Gdansk, Poland
  3. from 3-9 March 2018

- Call for Participants [Deadline: 11th February 2018]
- Call for Trainers [Deadline: 11th February 2018]

A publication:

  1. a booklet for school student activists
  2. information about European affairs and processes, EU institutions and policies
  3. prepared for students by students

Currently in the project

Calls for Trainers and Participants are now open. We welcome your participation!
[Deadline: 11th February 2018]

Meet the project partners

OBESSU
www.obessu.org

Česká středoškolská unie
www.stredoskolskaunie.cz

Stredoškolská študentská únia Slovenska
www.studentskaunia.sk

Hungarian Youth Council
http://www.ifjusagitanacs.hu

Students Council of 9th High School in Gdansk
http://9liceum.pl/

More information

For more details about the project contact Ela Jakubek-Grootjans:
- via e-mail secretariat@obessu.org
- via phone +32 893 2414

Read more about the Visegrad Group
http://www.visegradgroup.eu/about

Read more about the Visegrad Fund
www.visegradfund.org

Disclaimer

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.

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