Tamara Rabuzin


The XVIIIth Zagreb Gymnasium and four other schools from Italy, Spain, Latvia and Finland participated in an international Erasmus+ project called European Active Citizenship. The project covered four important topics included in the European Commission's document Europe 2020: environment and renewable energy, child poverty prevention, immigration and integration, and poverty and social exclusion. The first big mobility activity and an opportunity for participating students to get to know each other and to connect better took place in Zagreb, with our school as the host.



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