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Project NextGen GO! 2025

09.05.2022 - 09.06.2022
Original language : English

NextGen GO! 2025 started on Europe Day, when the conferences and workshops about Europe and Nova Gorica - Gorizia European Capital of Culture 2025 took place. More than 120 high school students from Nova Gorica and Gorizia participated in the project.

Participation of Gimnazija Nova Gorica in the NextGen GO! 2025 Project was a unique opportunity for the students to learn about Europe and Nova Gorica-Gorizia European Capital of Culture 2025. The workshops provided the students with a chance to apply their foreign language skills, as they worked in mixed groups and communicated mostly in English but also in Italian and Slovenian. Being actively involved in creating their own projects, the students were able to express their ideas for the future of Nova Gorica–Gorizia European Capital of Culture 2025 and make their voices heard. The event was also an excellent opportunity for the students to mingle with their peers across the border, learn about each other and make new friends.

Gimnazija Nova Gorica has been involved in the European Parliament Ambassador School Programme since 2016, therefore this project was intended for Junior European Parliament Ambassadors who were eager to learn about European parliamentary democracy, political choices and European citizenship values. Moreover, as Nova Gorica and Gorizia will be the European Capital of Culture in 2025 the students from both cities had a chance to explore the cultural diversity of the region they live in, to cooperate with their peers and suggest some proposals how to make the two Gorizias a borderless city and a better place to live.

The award ceremony took place on 9 June 2022. The winning project "Friendship without borders" aims to promote recreational and educational activities for people of all ages from Italy and Slovenia. The second classified project titled "GO Park" focuses on identifying abandoned or poorly connected areas on the border and converting them into cycle paths.

The winners, accompanied by their teachers and the EGTC GO, went on a trip to Brussels to learn all about the European institutions.

NextGen GO! 2025 started on Europe Day, when the conferences and workshops about Europe and Nova Gorica - Gorizia European Capital of Culture 2025 took place. More than 120 high school students from Nova Gorica and Gorizia participated in the project.

Participation of Gimnazija Nova Gorica in the NextGen GO! 2025 Project was a unique opportunity for the students to learn about Europe and Nova Gorica-Gorizia European Capital of Culture 2025. The workshops provided the students with a chance to apply their foreign language skills, as they worked in mixed groups and communicated mostly in English but also in Italian and Slovenian. Being actively involved in creating their own projects, the students were able to express their ideas for the future of Nova Gorica–Gorizia European Capital of Culture 2025 and make their voices heard. The event was also an excellent opportunity for the students to mingle with their peers across the border, learn about each other and make new friends.

Gimnazija Nova Gorica has been involved in the European Parliament Ambassador School Programme since 2016, therefore this project was intended for Junior European Parliament Ambassadors who were eager to learn about European parliamentary democracy, political choices and European citizenship values. Moreover, as Nova Gorica and Gorizia will be the European Capital of Culture in 2025 the students from both cities had a chance to explore the cultural diversity of the region they live in, to cooperate with their peers and suggest some proposals how to make the two Gorizias a borderless city and a better place to live.

The award ceremony took place on 9 June 2022. The winning project "Friendship without borders" aims to promote recreational and educational activities for people of all ages from Italy and Slovenia. The second classified project titled "GO Park" focuses on identifying abandoned or poorly connected areas on the border and converting them into cycle paths.

The winners, accompanied by their teachers and the EGTC GO, went on a trip to Brussels to learn all about the European institutions.

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