On 4 June, 7 Ukrainian Young European Ambassadors conducted an offline event for children who were forced to leave their homes due to the war in Ukraine and moved to live in the ‘modular towns’ in Lviv city and local children from Lviv city and Lviv oblast. The event was delivered in partnership with the Trade Union of the Institute of the Humanities and Social Sciences of the Lviv Polytechnic National University. It consisted of a few parts, namely: a presentation on the EU’s structure, history and features; a team game ‘Constructing the EU’; a presentation on the EU’s neighborhood policy and EU-Ukraine cooperation; an interactive Kahoot quiz. The activity aimed not only to raise awareness of young Ukrainians about the EU and its cooperation with Ukraine, but to help them to integrate in the new environment more easy and find new friends.
As a result of the event, 35 young people learned more about the EU, the EU’s neighbourhood policy and EU-Ukraine cooperation.
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