Club Europe's Activities in 2012

 

Presentations in primary schools - "Eurovoyageur"

 
In 2012, Club Europe volunteers carried out 293 Eurovoyageur presentations for 7060 children throughout Alsace.
 
 

Presentations for 13 to 15 years old - "Eurocollège"

 
In 2012, Club Europe members also delivered 52 Eurocollèges interventions to 1327 pupils in the region.
 
 

Presentations for 16 to 18 years old - Euroquiz and lectures

 
33 high school classes in Alsace, or 492 students, benefited from lectures given by Club Europe members. 15 Euroquiz presentations for 343 students were also carried out.
 
 

Public lectures

 
Club Europe members also gave 16 lectures to 454 people on themes such as the history of the European Union, the European institutions and the enlargement of the European Union.
 
 

Information stands

 
Members of Club Europe also support CIIE's activities by taking part in activities with information stands. In 2012, Club Europe members manned stands at Place Kléber, the European Parliament and the European Fair.
 
 

"Stammtisch"

 
Finally, Club Europe members regularly get to meet European figures at "Stammtisch" meetings. In 2012, Mrs Houtman, Head of the European Commission Representation in France, and Mr Gauzès, member of the European Parliament, met with Club Europe.
 
 

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European diary


    • 24 october 2017

      United Nations Day

    • The UN Day commemorates the anniversary of the United Nations Charter, which started being applicable in October 24 1945. The ratification of this document by most of the signatory members, included those of the UN Security Council, constitutes the "birth certificate" of the United Nations.

    • 28 october 2017

      Czech Republic National Day

    • On their National Day, Czechs commemorate the independence of the Czechoslovak Republic vis-à-vis the Empire of Austria-Hungary obtained in 1918. Czechs and Slovaks created together Czechoslovakia, becoming independent on 28 October 1918. Then, during World War II, the country was under German domnation. In 1948, a Communist putsch led the country into isolation for 40 years before returning to democracy in 1989, during the "velvet revolution."
      On 1 January 1993, the Czech Republic split from Slovakia to create two independent states: the Czech Republic and Slovakia.