The Jean Monnet Project “EU Learning in Canadian High Schools” will be hosting a one-day conference on Friday, December 10, 2021, for high school students. The conference is focused on exploring and explaining important topics and issues relating to the European Union. The workshop will include a keynote speaker followed by three one-hour presentations by each graduate student participating in the conference.

The selection of topics will be a competitive process and the deadline to submit proposed topics is November 26, 2021.

Submissions are encouraged from MA and Ph.D. students in EURUS, History, Political Science, International Affairs, Economics, Law and Legal Studies and other relevant subject fields.

Proposals will be one page (approximately) and will include a title, learning objectives and outcomes and a general overview of the topic, along with an indication of any interactive exercises with students during the presentation.

*This conference will be held online.

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This is an activity of the Centre for European Studies Jean Monnet Project Studying EU in Canadian High Schools co-funded by a grant from the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and by Carleton University.