The European Union after 2014: A New Vitality, or Missed Opportunities?
Summer school for secondary school teachers
20–22 January 2015, Melbourne, Australia
2014 is a year of remarkable change for the EU. It has a new Parliament, it will have new Presidents of the European Council and of the European Commission, it will have a new Commission (even if some of the faces are the same), and a new High Representative. It has commenced a new budget period and is on the verge of having a Banking Union - of sorts… What does this mean for Europeans? What does it mean for us, and for the Asian region?
A three-day intensive program for teachers of
- Global/international politics
- Social and cultural studies
- European languages
The 2015 European Studies Summer School offers a unique opportunity to engage with diverse expert speakers on topics that complement secondary school curricula.
Day 1 - Welcome to the EU, 2015 onwards!
Day 2 - Opportunities in specific fields
Day 3 - Europe and Australasia: encounters and engagement
Participation is free for all teachers from Australian and New Zealand secondary schools.