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What does the program offer?
15-17th of November: After Summer School debate training about inclusion/exclusion in Europe in the Rode Hoed Amsterdam;
19-20th of November: Participation in Debate competition on the subject of inclusion of African Youth in Europe. The competition final is followed by a public debate with winners of the debate competition. The public debate will also be attended by politicians, policy makers and academics and is free for everyone to attend.
Please note that "The Inclusion of African Youth in Europe" is an international project, and so the project runs in English. More details about the program will be published here as soon as they are available. And check out our Facebook event.
The public debate
The public debate is open to everyone, free to attend and starts at 13:00h. The full flyer can be found below.
Dates: Wednesday, 20 November
Location: Wednesday Kinderrechtenhuis, Hooglandse Kerkgracht 17-D, 2312 HS, Leiden
13.00 Welcoming speech by Roelof van Laar on the inclusion of African Youth in Europe.
13.30 The debate winners’ speeches: the first round, panel and public discussion: “The inclusion of African youth in educational sector”.
14.00 The debate winners’ speeches: the second round, panel and public discussion: “African youth and labour participation in Europe”
14.30 Coffee/tea break.
15.00 The debate winners’ speeches: the third round, panel and public discussion: “The impact of ethnic profiling in Europe on African youth”.
16.00 Awarding the winners, presenting the participants’ certificates.
16.30 Drinks at the Kinderrechtenhuis.
The Inclusion of African Youth in Europe project is made possible with funding from Youth in Action, a European Commission youth fund.
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