The Intersection Youth Team of six great high school students represented Serbia at European Student Parliament project in Toulouse, at the of parliamentary science debate, which was held as part of the largest European Open Scientific Forum, ESOF (Euroscience Open Forum).
Intersection Youth team and the Intersection leadership will meet Carlos Moedas, EU Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation on Monday in Toulouse, and hand him over the resolution on “The Future of Mobility”, as the conclusion of the debate in the European Student Parliament. This European Commission Horizon 2020 project involves 70 high school students from 10 countries across Europe, and Intersection’s young team represents Serbia.
Aleksandra Drecun, the President of Intersection, will participate at two panel discussions at the Science Program of EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) in Toulouse, France, the biggest European open forum on science and innovation. Moreover, Intersection participates in the Final debate under the DEBATE SCIENCE! European Student Parliaments project with five young finalists from Serbia that will, together with the selected finalists from all over Europe, discuss the most relevant scientific topics of today.
“DEBATE SCIENCE! European Student Parliaments” project is for the third time coordinated by Intersection in Serbia. This successful project aimed at promoting evidence based policies and involvement of young people in democratic processes is recognized by the European institutions and selected for funding by the EC DG R&I H2020 programme.
DEBATE SCIENCE! European Student Parliaments project is for the third time coordinated by Intersection in Serbia. This successful project aimed at promoting evidence based policies and involvement of young people in democratic processes is recognized by the European institutions and selected for funding by the EC DG R&I H2020 program.
The Intersection Youth мeeting was held at our premise to prepare the “DEBATE SCIENCE! European Student Parliaments 2018” national activities as the part of this Horizon 2020 project.
For the second year in a row, Intersection happily invites all high school students, aged 16 to 19, who are interested in science and learning about parliamentary procedures and debates, to join us on 7th of November 2016 from 14h to 16h at the Mathematical Institute of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade, Knez Mihailova 36, in the conference room at the 1st floor, where we will present the structure of the European Student Parliament project to be held during 2017&2018.
Team of six finalists of European Student Parliament (EUSP), selected during the simulation of the parliamentary science debate on Future of the Human Being held in Belgrade, are traveling to Manchester where they will together with other finalists from around twenty countries from Europe, deepen their knowledge on the selected topics and create the Final resolution that will be the result of this project.
From 9 to 11 April at the National Parliament of the Republic of Serbia, a hundred of high school students gathered together to debate science on the topic of “The future of the human being” in the framework of the European Student Parliaments project organized by Intersection from Belgrade and Wissenschaft im Dialog from Berlin. After the final debate the Jury selected the winners – six best debaters will travel to Manchester where they will test the debating skills on scientific topics by working with their peers from across Europe.
National Student Parliament, the part of the international project “European Student Parliaments: Debate Science!”, takes place on 9-11 April 2016 at the National Parliament of the Republic of Serbia (Trg Nikole Pašića 13, Belgrade). The national project coordinator in Serbia is the Centre for Science and Innovation (Intersection) and at European level the project is led by Wissenschaft im Dialog (Science in Dialog) from Germany.