Within the framework of the international project: “Homo Europeanus – Overcoming the Knowledge Deficit”(“Homo Europeanus pārvarot zināšanu deficītu”) the projects’ team organized a discussion that took place on April 6, 2016, from 13:00 - 14:00, at Parādes street 1 - 416, entitled: “Reducing ‘mistrust’ in EU policy makers.”
The participants of all the seminars carried out within the framework of this project, as well as new participants who participated in the projects’ discussions where engaged in the analyses of what did they gain during all the seminars at the meta-level.
At the beginning of the discussion the project’s team member Dzintra Iliško shared information about the project’s aim, the scope of all the activities and initiatives in other project’s partner institutions. Dzintra Iliško has shared her experience and learnings which she has gained at the training seminar in Makedonia.
Afterwards, Marīte Kravale-Pauliņa engaged the participants at the meta-level thinking about the participants’ learnings during the project’s seminars and invited the participants to engage in a system thinking by discussing interrelatedness and interdependency among the EU countries.
For more information, see the project’s “Homo Europeanus – Overcoming the Knowledge Deficit” home page: