24 students from Giovanni Curmi Higher Secondary School took part in the Euroscola programme held at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. They participated in debates on the environment, migration, Europe’s Future, Human Rights, Sustainable Development and Youth Employment. The Maltese students had the opportunity to share their views with almost 480 students from 20 member states of the European Union.
The trip also included a visit to the Council of Europe where they were welcomed by H.E. Mr Joseph Filletti, Malta’s Permanent Representative to the Council of Europe.
For selection, students had to sit for an exam organised by the European Parliament Representation in Malta. The students were accompanied by their teachers Amii Bartolo, Adrian Muscat and Piera Xuereb.