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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> British Council and EU Commission Ask ...
عدد مرات القراءة 55452006-09-05

BRITISH COUNCIL AND EU COMMISSION ASK STUDENTS ‘WHAT HAS THE EU DONE FOR
YOU?’

People have often questioned the EU’s function and the impact it has on
our daily lives, but now the British Council and the European Commission
Representation in the UK have teamed up to ask young people across the
UK to answer the question for them as part of a back to school competition.

The competition, open to students in secondary education between the
ages of 11 – 19 years, hopes to stimulate debate amongst young people by
asking them to consider the impact and relevance of EU membership on our
everyday lives.

London’s Green MEP, Jean Lambert who was a school teacher for many years
and is supporting the competition, today said that it was a great
opportunity for young people to get involved in politics as well as
increasing their awareness of the EU’s purpose, activities and
achievements; “The EU actually affects our every day lives in a lot more
ways than we realise - it affects our environment, working lives,
consumer rights and many other areas – and this competition gives young
people the opportunity to explore that!

“There are many amazing facts, figures and functions of the EU that
aren’t highlighted everyday and by taking part in events such as this
students can begin to understand how the EU has effected their own,
personal experiences. Last years competition proved to be very
successful and with the winners receiving a prize along with the
opportunity to visit the European Parliament in Brussels I hope we will
see even more inspiring entries this year.”

The closing date for entries, sent via schools and teachers, is 5pm
Friday November 17th 2006. Final pieces must not be longer than 800
words. Entries will be judged by a panel of experts in four different
age groups 11 – 14, 14 –16, 17-18 and 18-19 and the winners will be
announced on December 1st 2006.

For more information visit
http://www.britishcouncil.org/brussels-europe-eu-competition.htm






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