It’s not easy to argue a case with delegates that do not share your opinion. Our students in Pre-U 1 are perfectly aware of this. Yesterday they tried to convince their Parliament colleagues of their committees’ proposals in this year’s first session of the Model of European Parliament (MEP).
They showed their audience their impressive communication skills after researching their themes and documentation. They presented with confidence and credibility. You can see it for yourselves:
Specially designed for young students (PreU-1), the MEP is a European programme in which students have the opportunity to research diferrent subjects, give their opinion, present their own proposals and thus, become young parliamentarians for a few days, first at school, and later on, in Madrid and, if they are selected, in Vienna.