Let your imagination run wild and make a video report on an issue important to the European Union. Climate change, consumer protection, clean energy and crime are just a few examples of topics to cover.
Young reporters will investigate interesting European initiatives, EU funded projects, European personalities they like, or goals achieved as a result of the impetus given by the Rome treaty. Following the rules of a television report, students will work on concrete and interesting subjects likely to be broadcasted on the TV news or in news magazines.
The winning video report will be screened on 25 March, the day marking 50 years since the signing of the Rome treaty. The reporters’ successful team will also win a trip to Brussels, the capital of Europe.