Youth Forum of European Movement in Serbia will hold European Classes in Economic School in Kuršumlija on Friday, April 12. Peer educators and members of Youth Forum, Nina Stojanović and Radomir Aleksić, will talk with high school students about their views on the future of the European Union, current challenges the EU is facing and ways of its potential reform. Pupils will also be informed about opportunities offered to youth by the EU and all of them will get a book It Rings for Europe, specially written and designed for high schoolers.

Peer-to-peer method will ensure there is no distance between lecturers and students, making this class more interesting to young people and adapted to their age.

Next European Classes will be held in Čačak, Valjevo and Sremska Mitrovica.

Project EnlargEUrope is carried out by European Movement in Serbia, in cooperation with partner organizations from Croatia, Montenegro, Romania, Poland and Lithuania. The aim of this project is to contribute to better understanding and promoting the significance of the process of enlargement through connecting past and present experiences of current, but also future citizens of European Union. The project is co-funded by European Union through Europe for citizens programme.