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United in diversity, is this the motto still valid during the crisis of values?
Participatory workshops for young people: United in diversity, is that the motto still valid in the crisis of values? The meeting will take place at 1 p.m. 14:30 in the Sebastian Malinowski Canal Museum at ul. 10 Old School in Bydgoszcz. The workshop will be held with the participation of an expert Team Europe, who will help the participants to draw up recommendations and conclusions from the meeting so that the issues raised can be taken into account by representatives of the European Commission in the process of creating EU solutions. The aim of the workshop is to present ideas and develop solutions for the future of the European Union. What to do to ensure that EU countries in a crisis unite forces instead of focusing on differences of opinion? How to achieve a common goal? How to find common solutions while we are so different? Are common values enough? Have your say on the future of Europe!
ul. Staroszkolna 10, 85-209 Bydgoszcz
Event reportOn 8 November 2021, EUROPE DIRECT Bydgoszcz organised participatory workshops in the framework of the Conference on the Future of Europe. The workshop was held at Sebastian Malinowski’s Bydgoski Canal Museum at ul. 10 Old School in Bydgoszcz. The participants of the event were students of the 3 rd Adam Mickiewicz High School (16-18 years). The event was attended by both boys and girls. The workshop was attended by three different groups of young people during the hour. 10:00-16:30. The meeting was led by Team Europe expert Dr Rafał Kuligowski. Under the supervision of an expert, students worked on a proposal for solutions. During the workshop, the situation of the education system in Poland and other countries of the European Union was discussed. Young people debated the advantages and disadvantages of the education system in Poland, presented their ideas together and developed valuable comments. Proposals for solutions proposed by the participants include: —funding for school tablets -reduction in the number and frequency of tests and tests -reduction of the number of hours a pupil spends in school -providing psychological assistance in schools -introduction of the subject of religious studies instead of religion -introduction of the subject of sexual education -increase in the number of practical activities, i.e. —possibility to choose sports activities/no marks at WF Workshops have run in a relaxed and open atmosphere. The newly modernised building of the Bydgoszcz Canal Museum contributed to creating a climate of mutual trust and openness. The participants of the event respect each other; they listened carefully and expressed their opinions without evaluation. After the event, young people were encouraged to present their ideas on the Cofe platform.
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