Author Archives: Felix Reuter

MEP in Luxembourg 2020

Against all odds, we did it! The MEP Luxembourg 2020 (7th-9th October) was a very special but successful session! Seventy students from seven high schools in Luxembourg debated and exchanged ideas on how to deal with employment challenges posed by digitalisation, our future relationship with Africa, food safety, sustainable urban development as well as how Europe can promote its values

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Soon to come: WEMEP in Luxembourg

From January 18th to 24th 2020, the Lycée Aline Mayrisch will organise and host the 4th international session of the Western European Model European Parliament (WEMEP) with 11 participating countries. Luxembourg, Germany, Belgium, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom will represent seven countries from the Western MEP network whereas Denmark, Spain, Italy and Norway are guest delegations. The

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51st International MEP in Malta

From 9th-16th November 2019 Ava, Evan, Mathilde, Mila, Rina and Shamia represented Luxembourg at the 51st International MEP session in Malta. It was a week of hard work, passionate discussions but also lots of fun for our delegation, which was represented in the AFCO, FEMM, ECON, DEVE and AFET/DROI committees. Our delegates’ commitment showed in numerous contributions in the Committee

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3rd regional Western MEP in Koblenz/Bonn, Germany

The biggest delegation yet – 10 students, 2 Committee Presidents, 1 Press officer and 1 President – were delighted to take part in the 3rd regional Western MEP, held in Koblenz from 30th March – 6th April. Our students worked on resolutions regarding EU-Russia relations, lobbyism, natural disaster management, use of CRISPR/Cas-9, youth employment with delegates from Germany, France, Belgium,

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27th January – 1st February: MEP Germany in Berlin

Six LAML students participated in this year’s MEP Berlin which was held from 28th to 31stJanuary 2019. Together with their teacher, Cynthia Orlando, they flew to Germany to take on their European adventure. The students actively worked in their committees trying to find solutions to current European and international issues. They then debated in the General Assembly which was held at

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