The Jean Monnet Association has issued a call for applications for “Summer School – The Treaty of Rome and the future of the European Union” which will be held from 22 August to 25 August 2017 at the Jean Monnet House, near Paris. This Summer School will offer you the opportunity to learn more about the European Union but also to visit the House of one of the founding fathers of the EU: Jean Monnet.
This event will be very special indeed, as all the workshops and activities will be organized in a unusual atmosphere and environment: the very unique place of the origins of the EU. This 4-day event will bring together people from all over Europe and from different backgrounds – students, academics, as well as representatives of the European Institutions and Civil Society organizations – to debate about the European Union, the history, the Citizenship but also strengths and weaknesses, as well as challenges for the future. The event will take the form of a dialogue between the key stakeholders of European Union, civil society and participants.
The Summer School is open to up to 30 attendees, aged 18-25. For the 4-day Summer School a participation fee of only 100€ will be asked to cover part of the costs.
You can find the application form here.
If you have any questions, please contact Jean Monnet Association at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone +33(0)1 34 86 12 43.
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