Within the framework of the international project “Homo Europeanus – Overcoming the Knowledge Deficit” (“ Homo Europeanus – pārvarot zināšanu deficītu ”) the project’s team organized Daugavpils University’s open day event “ Reducing ‘mistrust’ in EU policy makers (Interest about project)”.
During the event the 1st year students from Daugavpils University’s Faculty of Education and Management and volunteers introduced all the open day participants with the information about the aims of the project and the project itself.
The primary school and Basic school teacher program: “Education” students participated actively in all project’s events as volunteers and shared their experience and learnings gained during the seminars. Volunteers participated actively in all project seminars, therefore during the open days’ event could use their experience on EU issues and to engage students, pupils and all who were interested in project’s events.
All who were interested were invited to participate in the discussion “Reducing ‘mistrust’ in EU policy makers” that took place from 13:00-14:00 at Parādes street 1-416. For more information about the
project’s “Homo Europeanus – Overcoming the Knowledge Deficit” aims and tasks see: