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The Jesuit European Educational Project (JEEP) is a simulation exercise of the European Parliament. The basic idea is that each school delegates 8 students and accompanying teacher for a JEEP session. Each student must choose a specific committee (Health, Environment, Political, Media, etc), and each committee must deal with a particular issue: something that might have to be discussed in the European Parliament as well. In the months before the actual JEEP session, the students at the participating schools collect information on the committee subjects and exchange information and points of view via e-mail with the rest of the European participants.
This year the committees and the topics are:
Committee N°1. Foreign Affairs. Topic: Is it time for an EU army?
Committee N°2. Industry, Research and Energy. Topic : How can the EU ensure its energy independence from Russian gas?
Committee N°3. Science and Technology. Topic: How can the European Union regulate the Metaverse, and which actions need to be prioritized?
Committee N°4. Human Rights. Topic: How can the EU efficiently improve access to education for refugee children?
Committee N°5. Women's Rights and Gender Equality. Topic: How can equal women's access to abortion care be effectively ensured in the EU?
Committee N°6. Civil Liberties Topic: The future of the Schengen zone.
Committee N°7. Constitutional Affairs Topic: The question of youth voting. Should the voting age limit be lowered to 16?
Committee N°8. Economic and Monetary Affairs. Topic: What steps could the EU take to ease the transition towards a more resource-efficient and circular economy?
Participating Jesuit Schools: