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Go Europe

14 December 2021
Join us in evaluating the effects of European policy on education and culture and how you can get involved in the development and implementation of these policies through career opportunities for young professionals at the European institutions.

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To join the networking meeting, click here.

Part one:

The first part of the programme will feature Dutch policy professionals from various organisations and focus on how current European policy developments affect education and culture.

17:30-17:35: Introduction by Gert-Jan Burgers (director CLUE+)
17.35-17.45: Policies and organisations with Marije Feersma Hoekstra (head of EU at the directorate for International Policy of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science)
17:45-17.55: Education policy with Dorina Veldhuis (education attaché at the Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the European Union)
18:55-19.05: Cultural policy with Albert Meijer (advisor culture of Creative Europe Desk at DutchCulture)
19.05-18.25: Panel discussion and Q&A moderated by Gert-Jan Burgers (director CLUE+)

18.25-18.40: Break

Part two:

The second part of the programme will feature young professionals currently working as trainees within the European institutions and provide practical information on how you can get involved.

18.40-18.45: Introduction by Thomas Kelderman (former Blue Book trainee)
18.45-19.10: The Blue Book traineeship with Claudia van Dijk (trainee at the European Education and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission) and Abe van Kampen and Luca Julia Stegenga (EU Careers ambassadors)
19.10-19.35: The Schuman Traineeship with Rosa Steffens (trainee at the Liason Office of the European Parliament in the Netherlands) and Abe van Kampen and Luca Julia Stegenga (EU Careers ambassadors)