The public debate will be a two day event which will include an intensive programme of official discussions,
workshops, trainings, study visits, project proposals development, presentation of I version of the
European Report on situation with refugees, migrants and minorities in different sector of social life.
Date and place: 13th – 16th March 2022 in Brussels, Belgium (Provisional venue: European Parliament and
Participants: up to 85 participants (up to 30 from Belgium and up to 55 international participants on site or
online) from international organisations representatives, experts, invited guests, students/youth,
interested organisations/institutions and NGOs leaders, networks and individuals representing vulnerable
Official languages: English
Components of the public debate:
– Key note speeches by international experts in the field of education and inclusion and integration policy in EU, civil society, human rights, non-formal and intercultural education, breaking stereotypes, countering discrimination in education system (by age, gender, national origin and disability) and education tools and services – The aim is to introduce the themes to all participants (as the event is open to all) and further elaborate on the continued relevance of these themes.
– Panel discussion sessions, these panel discussions include representatives of many different backgrounds who will highlight the usefulness of creating a comparative perspective, being open to ideas from other countries (regions), and finding common goals and policy approaches.
– Practical working groups/workshops for participants to introduce them to new skills and knowledge with final cooperation results. (Workshop agenda for organizations/individuals related with strengthening cohesion for more inclusive Europe).
A hybrid meeting format Zoom link will be provided only to officially registered participants. An online participation will start on 15th March 2022 at 10.00 am (CET).
REGISTRATION(online form) is open for foreign participants till 1st of March 2022 and for Belgian participants until 7th March 2022