The project ChangEU has been promoting workshops in Portugal, Italy and The Netherlands to collect citizens’ perspectives about the future of Europe, focusing on the 5 scenarios put forward by the European Commission. Throughout the project, partners have used non-formal education methods to debate and develop creative ideas about the EU we want. During this period of social distancing, we’ve explored online platforms to develop new and creative ways to promote participation in the discussion about Europe.

Fondazione Flaminia promoted on May 25th 2020, an online workshop facilitated by Alessandro Bonaccorsi that aimed to use drawing as a way to express ideas and concepts. During the workshop, the participants were invited to imagine and convey messages about Europe using drawing, express their opinions about the future, namely which of the 5 scenarios they consider the best option for Europe, and reflect about the fundamental conditions to turn it to reality.


You may also like

Workshop “Cinco Cenários para o Futuro da Europa – Pensar para Decidir e Mudar” em Arouca, 28 de Maio
Eulections’19 online workshop with students @iscte in collaboration with @youngeducators Portugal
Digital Platform
Conference on the Future of Europe: launch of the multilingual digital platform

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *