This summer we will be opening our EU education sessions to any young people who are interested to come to learn about how the EU affects our day-to-day lives and so what Brexit might mean for them.
Normally these sessions are only open to school and college groups, but over the summer we would like to invite any young people with an interest in finding out more about the EU and the changing relationship with the UK to come along, learn more and get involved in the discussion.
Sessions are interactive, thought-provoking and discussion-based.
Refreshments will be provided.
There are 3 sessions, pick one:
- Wednesday, 27th July, 15.00-18.00
- Thursday, 4th August, 15.00-18.00
- Thursday 25th August, 11.00-14.00
Booking is essential, click here to book:
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What will it cover?
Which Europe are we talking about?
Introducing the countries, people, institutions and events that are central to the EU.
What matters to you?
What the EU works on and what is the responsibility of member states.
Negotiating an exit – your views
What should the UK continue to work with the EU on; what should be separate?
Having an impact
How you can get involved in influencing the EU and your representatives.
Food and discussion
Stick around for some food and further discussion with those running the sessions and other participants.