Students from Form 3 or Form 4 wishing to participate in this competition must form a team of 3 to 5 students and prepare a short essay on a theme related to the 2013 European Year of Citizens, such as:
• the rights and opportunities derived from EU citizenship;
• tangible benefits which the students' generation is reaping when compared to that of their parents or older generations;
• the obstacles and hurdles still in place hindering the exercise of these rights and how these obstacles can be tackled;
• the aspirations/expectations they have as EU citizens and improvements they would like to see in the future.
Further information on the current European Year can be found here. The chosen teams will be given the opportunity to present their work in Parliament on 9 May.
Heads of school are kindly requested to submit the three best entries via one single email to Ms Diane Spiteri at firstname.lastname@example.org by not later than Thursday 21st March 2013.
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