The Historical Archives have developed a programme for high schools focused on: The free movement of persons and the dynamics and memoires of mobility in the EU. Numerous meetings will be held in the prestigious Villa Salviati in Florence to discuss these highly topical issues.
“Very attentive students because it is true, as we were taught, that every story is always contemporary history. Thus: a number of European decisions have led to relevant discussion. The Bosman judgment of the Court of Justice (1995) made them talk about football today. The ban on the dismissal of pregnant women (1998) on the problems of female unemployment. The establishment of the European Central Bank (1998) on the benefits and difficulties of the euro in Italy. Great attention of the pupils of the hotel school for the rules on the control and the origin of food products. A lot of curiosity about the “typical day” of a European parliamentarian in Brussels and Strasbourg and the organisation and work of the European Parliament’s committees and of its “delegations” around the world. Here at Fiesole, the Union is more alive than ever.” By Andrea Manzella
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