The EU study days in Ukraine announced the two winners of the mini-project competition.
The project ‘Digital and media literacy project InfoLab’ aims to help young people understand the mechanisms behind propaganda, fakes and manipulation, learn how to protect themselves from information traps, ensure their safety online, protect their data, etc.
The second project – Sort.Work.Live – aims to raise awareness among young Ukrainians of the European approach to waste management and to educate young people about environmental policy.
EU Study Days in Ukraine is an educational project of the EU Delegation to Ukraine launched in 2013. It helps promote European values and policies among students, young people, and their local communities Since 2013, 1,600 undergraduate and postgraduate students have participated in the project. This year, for the first time, high school students (grades 9-11) took part in the project.
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