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GO! 2025 meets with universities

GO! 2025 meets with universities

University students from Gorizia and Nova Gorica, university teachers from UniTS, UniUD, UNG Universities, and Student Associations are invited to participate in the meeting. The event has a dual purpose: introducing the opportunities that GO! 2025 aims to offer to the significant university population, and collecting the needs and ideas of those studying and teaching in the cross-border city.

Here's the program for the event:

At 2 pm:

  • Introduction and greetings from the authorities.
  • A quick overview: history and objectives of GO! 2025, and the opportunities designed for young people, presented by EGTC GO – European Grouping for Territorial Cooperation.
  • Lecturers from the universities will discuss professional experiences and special projects related to GO! 2025.

From 2:45 to 3:45 pm:

  • World Café: participants, divided into groups, will discuss the opportunities presented by the GO! 2025 project. They will identify and systemize perceived needs and untapped potential. The group work will consist of two phases, allowing for a progressive approach to develop concrete solutions and ideas. The workshop offers an initial opportunity for discussion and participation, serving as a precursor to the establishment of an ongoing working group including both male and female students. This group will aim to create a participatory design platform within the framework of the GO! 2025 Outreach programme.

From 3:45 to 4:30 pm:

  • Return of results and final greetings.

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