“Making the European Capital Brussels tangible for the Next Generation”, Peter Kurri and Paul Schmidt (ÖGFE, Austria)

The Austrian federal government has set itself the goal of enabling all 15 to 20-year-olds to travel to Brussels to visit the EU institutions once during their education. The implementation of this objective would be an important step towards involving the next generation more closely in the development of the European Union. Particularly in view of the debate on the future of the European Union, it is important to sensitize young people to European politics. This policy brief aims to point out some of the potential challenges, highlight existing funding programs and to outline a possible model to make the project idea a reality.

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