On 19 May, on the ‘EU Study Days’ project invitation, Ukrainian Young European Ambassador Marianna Fakhurdinova delivered an interactive event ‘The European Union: history and main’ for the participants of the ‘EU Study Days’ project for school children. The activity aimed to help them understand the history of the creation of the European Union and its institutions better using interactive instruments of engagement. The event included group work using the Miro platform and Kahoot quiz.
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