The discussions of the four topics take place over one-and-a-half day and will be presented on the third and final day of the EYD. Each theme will be debated and elaborated on by a round table comprised of 25-30 people. In order to enable a smooth discussion and provide some direction, each round table will be chaired by one member of European Generation and one student agreed on with all members of the round table.
We hope for productive discussion and out-of-the box thinking. Obviously, participants should respect differing opinions and let each other finish elaborating on their contributions. The goal of each round table is to create a presentable document or presentation that will outline their major conclusions and suggestions. This will be presented at the last day of the EYD at the General Assembly.
One participant from each round table will have the opportunity to present the conclusions to stakeholders in Strasbourg.
In order to channel the debate, each topic will comprise several guiding questions and recommended reading list that the participants should consult previous to coming to the European Youth Debate.
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