Events

24th January 2003 at 00:00
Secondary schools are invited to join in Spring Day in Europe on March 21 by organising debates on the future of Europe or inviting an expert to speak on European issues. The event has been initiated by members of the European Convention and its Presidium and is supported by the European Commission. Contact Petru Dumitru. Email: petru.dumitru@eun.orghttp:futurum.eun.orgEuropean Schoolnet www.eun.org

Many events throughout the year can provide starting points for classroom work or discussion. They include: International Women's Day, March 8; Refugee Week, June 17-23, and International Day of Peace, September 21. An overview of each event and links to information, resources and activity ideas can be found on the Citizenship Calendar.www.citizenship-global.org.ukcalendar.html

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