Youth Forum of the European Movement in Serbia will hold the European Classes in the Zaječar Gymnasium on Thursday, March 21, on the impact of the European Union to the life of Serbian youth. Peer educators and pupils will discuss what the EU represents to them, how the EU integration works and the usual misconceptions.
Young educators and activists of the European Movement Anja Anđušić and Nevena Nedeljković will talk about student exchange experiences in the Erasmus+ program and other opportunities offered to youth by the EU. Participants will get a book It Rings for Europe specially written and designed for high schoolers.
The fifth European Classes are held as part of the EnlargEUrope project, co-founded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union.
European classes will also be held at secondary schools in Čačak, Kuršumlija, Valjevo and Sremska Mitrovica.