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Students participating in the 2015 Model CouncilOn Tuesday, 3 March 2015, the European Commission Representation in Ireland organised a debate on the topic of renewable energy legislation, involving 28 secondary schools from across the country. The annual Model Council of the European Union took place in Dublin Castle, the venue used for several meetings during Ireland's 2013 Presidency.

The event was officially opened by Minister of State for European Affairs, Dara Murphy and was chaired by the leader of the Green Party, Eamon Ryan. The debate judges were the environmentalist and TV presenter, Duncan Stewart, and Noelle O'Connell, Executive Director of the European Movement Ireland.

Ambassadors of the EU Member States in Ireland also attended the event and met with the students representing their Member States.

The Model Council is designed as a simulation of a Council meeting with each school taking on the role of one of the 28 EU Member States. The debate was based on a mock European Commission proposal for a Regulation to achieve a 35% share of energy from renewable sources in the European Union by 2030. Schools were asked to adopt a stance either in favour or against the proposal and were encouraged to research and to adopt the official position of the assigned Member State.

 

Seastán AE ag Taispeantas an Eolaí Óig agus na Teicneolaíochta de chuid BT

 

Seo í Barbara Nolan, Ceann Ionadaíocht an Choimisiúin, i gcuideachta beirt daltaí ag seastán an AE ag Comórtas an Eolaí Óig de chuid BT, 2014Bíonn seastán ag Ionadaíocht an Choimisiúin Eorpaigh gach uile bhliain ag Taispeantas an Eolaí Óig agus na Teicneolaíochta de chuid BT sa RDS, i gcomhar leis an Ionad Comhpháirteach Taighde (seirbhís inmheánach eolaíochta an Choimisiúin Eorpaigh) agus le hOifig Eolais Pharlaimint na hEorpa in Éirinn.

Is é an tIonad Comhpháirteach Taighde (www.jrc.ec.europa.eu) rannóg eolaíoch agus theicniúil an Choimisiúin Eorpaigh agus tugann sí comhairle eolaíoch agus cur chuige teicniúil uaithi ar réimse leathan beart ón AE.  

 

 

Ar ais ar Scoil


Seo í Sinéad Meehan ó Pharlaimint na hEorpa agus í ag labhairt le daltaí na scoile ar fhreastail sí féin uirthi ar an gCluainínGach uile bhliain tugann an Coimisiún Eorpach cuireadh do scoileanna in Éirinn fáilte a chur roimh iardhalta dá gcuid atá ag obair anois d'institiúidí an AE sa Bhruiséil. Ligeann na cuairteanna do dhaltaí foghlaim faoi obair na nÉireannach in institiúidí an AE agus eolas ginearalta a fháil faoin Aontas Eorpach. Díríonn an togra seo go príomha ar dhaltaí na sraithe sinsearaí i scoileanna dara leibhéal.

I bhFeabhra 2013, chuir níos mó ná 80 scoil ar fud na tíre fáilte roimh chuairteanna "Ar ais ar Scoil" óna gcuid iardhaltaí.

 




Nuashonrú is déanaí: 20/03/2015  |Barr