Schwarzkopf Foundation, the European Youth Parliament and TUI Foundation launch EU Crash Courses in the Netherlands and Spain

EU Kompaktkurs der Schwarzkopf-Stiftung Junges Europa am Freitag (08.04.2016) in der Stadtteilschule am Hafen in Hamburg.
Foto: Steffi Loos/ Schwarzkopf-Stiftung

The project Understanding Europe was launched in the Netherlands and Spain in September. The first courses will be held from this week and next week. At TUI Nederland’s head office in The Hague, the team of young trainers was familiarised with its future tasks in the framework of the project.

Experiencing Europe, Understanding Europe – this is the motto of the project, designed for young trainers to enable schoolchildren to gain a fundamental understanding of how European politics work in four-hour EU Crash Courses. These courses are now also offered in the Netherlands and Spain. The trainers are familiarised with the teaching materials and varied teaching methods under the motto “Train the trainers”...

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