The conference aimed to serve as a wake up call to the policy makers and politicians of Europe, by stimulating young Europeans to come together and discuss issues in the European context and identify new and innovative policy changes.
On March 11 and 12 Gymnasium Sorghvliet organised a programme for its 2nd grade pupils (age 13). The programme was called Colourful The Hague (Kleurrijk Den Haag) and was about meeting with different cultures and with people from various countries.
The International Women’s Day is a widely celebrated event throughout the world. It is marked in the spirit of women’s emancipation and their struggles in the economic, social and political fronts to claim their rights and gain equality. It is a day in the light of women’s unification when women on all continents ignore their differences and come together to celebrate their Day, struggling for equality, justice, peace and development.