Every day decisions are made that affect the future of young people in Europe. The way we deal with the ongoing climate crisis, nationalism, migration or discrimination will shape the future of our continent for ages. One of the central questions is, how much solidarity do we want to show in Europe. Does solidarity know borders?
About the event
How does social inequality manifest itself and what does the term classism actually mean? When people are treated differently because of their educational background, type of job or wage level, this form of discrimination is called classicism. Within this seminar, we would like to invite you to think about this topic and to reflect on your own social position and social background - because in order to achieve solidarity and equal opportunities in society we need to recognize this phenomenon and address it. Together we would also like to discuss what influence class and class origin has on our opinions and actions and how this might also affect, for example, our own social engagement.
More information will follow soon.
- Date: 09.06. – 13.06.2022
- Place: Lübeck, Germany
- Language: English
- Number of participants: 15-20
- Age: 16-25
- Travel costs, accommodation and full catering will be covered by the organisation
- Applications closed
This seminar is part of our European Solidarity Seminar series. The series deals with issues that will affect and shape the future of young people in Europe. It questions the way we deal with the ongoing climate crisis, nationalism, migration or discrimination. One of the central questions of the series is, how much solidarity do we want to show in Europe?