LYCEUM – Local Youngsters Creating European Unique Movements” brings together 28 European local communities to collaborate and learn from each other on the topic of Euroscepticism.
The title of the project, reminds us of the movement of travelling lecturers bringing education to rural communities, similar to this project. It travels through Europe and offers knowledge on certain topics seen from different point of views, such as political, geographical, historical, sociological, artistic, etc.
The aims are to decrease the level of Euroscepticism in small rural communities, exchange knowledge based on good practices, debate about the future of Europe, and other rather important political matters (Brexit, Immigrant crises, EP Elections, etc.)
The project partners use a new set of skills and knowledge gained during the project to improve civic participation and local activities among young people in their communities.
The project consists of seven innovative and interactive meetings (workshops, teamwork, training, interactive and empirical games, debates, round tables and brainstorming).
Meetings 2019 – 2020
Kick-off online meeting
Denmark – SOCIAL INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
Estonia – POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
Germany – REPETITION OF TOMORROW’S HISTORY
Ireland – RURAL CITIZENSHIP
Spain – INTERACTIVE ARTS
Sweden – LOCAL STATISTICS & EUROPEAN MATHEMATICS