Lieliska iespēja laimēt ielūgumu uz Nobela Prēmijas pasniegšanu Oslo, kā arī izzināt Strasbūru!

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Peace, Europe, Future: Join the EU delegation to receive the Nobel Peace
Prize 2012

This year the European Union and its 500 million people were awarded this
prize for turning Europe from a continent of wars into a continent of
peace. The award will be presented in Oslo, Norway on 10 December
2012. 4 young Europeans will be accompanying EU leaders to collect this

Everyone between 8 and 24 years old and a national of an EU country, an
acceding country or candidate country to the EU can take part in a contest
for a chance to join the official delegation. All that needs to be done is
to join the contest by answering the question: “What does peace in Europe
mean to you?”, either through a drawing (for applicants between 8 and 12
years) or a short text of maximum 120 characters (for applicants between
13 and 24 years) by 25 November 2012 via [

The European Youth Forum, partner of the EU for this contest, will
pre-select the 16 best entries for each age group (8-12; 13-17 and 18-24)
and a jury will select three final winners (one for each age group). The
16 pre-selected entries from the categories 18-24 will also be posted on
Facebook for a vote by the public. The candidate with the most votes will
be invited to Oslo. This winner will also be invited to come to Strasbourg
for a special event around the Nobel Prize on 12 December, and so will the
9 runners-up!

Posted on 24/11/2012, in Informācija skolēniem. Bookmark the permalink. Komentēt.


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