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About the event
With the “Gaming Europe” project looking at video games, the Green European Foundation aims to engage its audience directly in workshops on the use of video games by European teenagers aged 12 to 14. Based on the results of these workshops, we aim to assess with experts from both the education sector and the video games world whether video games can be used as a medium to address the topic of Europe in an engaging, fun, and non-patronising fashion for this target group and, if the answer is yes, develop a game concept. The ultimate, long-term goal of the project is to transfer this game concept into a game accessible to youth across Europe.
This transnational workshop brings together national workshops’ participants with representatives from the video gaming world and non-profit organisations working on education on Europe. Based on the discussions and outcomes of their national sessions in Belgium and Portugal, it aims to highlight key findings, striving to harvest common lessons and ideas, and brainstorm on video game ideas that render the EU more graspable to young Europeans (12 – 14 year olds).
The language of the workshop is English and will be moderated by an external moderator.
This is a closed event.
The event is organised by the Green European Foundation, with the financial support of the Bosch Alumni Network