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Naziv projekta

Debating Europe

Nositelj projekta

Fulda University of Applied Sciences


Institute inter.research e.V, Lyon Institute of Political Studies, Faculty of Politcal Science University of Zagreb, University of Ljubljana, University of Copenhagen

Vrijeme provedbe



Erasmus + Jean Monnet Network

Vrijednost projekta

375.622,16 EUR

Opis projekta i ciljevi

The Jean Monnet Network “Debating Europe” (DebatEU) uses debate as a methodology for:

  • spreading knowledge on the European Union (EU) to target groups previously not well informed
  • gaining knowledge about citizens´ opinions integrating teaching and research activities
  • enhancing exchange between citizens, students, academics and EU practitioners via conferences, events, a website, social media and various publications.

The primary aim is to open debate and get into a dialogue on the EU with citizens that are neither engaged in EU-oriented civil-society organisations, nor in political parties, in order to bridge the gap between the EU and its citizens. The core of the network consists in citizen focus group discussions that the network members will organise in their home countries – three focus group discussions per country and 18 altogether in three years, with minimum ten citizen participants. The country selection is particularly adequate for our task. We include network members from Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, and Slovenia, and hence, we will reach citizens in Eastern, Northern, Central and Southern EU member states, founding member states and nearly all of the following enlargements rounds, small, medium and large member states. Accordingly, the network will enhance an open debate on the EU with around 200 citizens so far not engaged with the EU in six-member states.

Nositelji aktivnosti na FPZG-a



 Doc. dr. sc. Ana Matan









 Izv. prof. dr. sc. Igor Vidačak







 Izv. prof. dr. sc. Tonči Kursar




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