Information stands surrounding a centre stage, open to the public. The stands will be hosted by the following entities: SEM/Europe Direct Valletta; European Commission Representation in Malta; European Parliament Liaison Office; European Union Agency for Asylum; European Employment Services (EURES); Malta Council for Science and Technology (Horizon Europe); EU Programmes Agency (EUPA) and Aġenzija Żgħażagħ; Strategy and Implementation Division; SOLVIT Malta; European Consumers Centre; Entitlement Unit (MFH); URBACT; Euroguidance Malta.
There will also be an exhibition of the top 8 artworks submitted for competition EU in my School. This exhibition is the culmination of a competition involving students who are pursuing EU studies (13 – 14 years of age) from 6 different schools. All the students visited three different locations/buildings and were given an interactive information session on how Malta benefits from EU funds and particular aspects of the project they visited. A local artist, Mattie De Bono, who selected the top 8 artworks produced a video which was shared among all the students to inspire them and help them express themselves artistically. The artist and the students will be painting a large wall during this event.
- European Commission
- Valletta, Malta
- City Gate, VallettaValletta, Malta
- English, Maltese
09:00 - Information Stands open to the public
10:00 – 11:15 - Activity at centre stage
10:00-10:15 – Musical Performance by Tikka Banda
10:15-11:15 – Interactive session by Artist Mattie with participating schools in the ‘My Europe, My Malta, My Future’ competition.
Europe Direct Valletta, European Commission Rep., Strategy and Implementation Division, MEFL
11:15 – 11:30 – Musical Performance
Musical performance at centre stage
11:30 – 12:15 - Quiz
Quiz for schools at centre stage
European Parliament Liaison Office
12:30 – 13:00 – Press Conference
Press conference addressed by Heads of SEM, EC Rep., EPLO and Parliamentary Secretary for European Funds, Dr Chris Bonett. Hon. Bonett will also present plaques to participating schools in ‘My Europe, My Malta, My Future’ competition.