Briefly about the From Euroscepticism to Euro-Curiosity project
The aim of this From Euroscepticism to Euro-Curiosity (FESTEC) project is to jointly develop a new understanding of the role and importance of the EU in people's daily lives. Each organization in Finland, Poland and Lithuania will collect total of 20 stories from their clients about what the EU has meant in their lives. These 80 stories will form a research material, which will help to develop a new understanding of what the EU has meant in people's lives. Based on the stories learning material will be produced, that can be used to correct possible misinformation about the EU and open up new perspectives and even positive curiosity towards the EU. Final result of the project is a research report, that will give voice to each organization's clients about how they perceive the EU.
Read more about the project here.