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Concours vidéo 2022 de l'AIPLF sur l'Union européenne pour les lycéens en Irlande

Concours vidéo 2022 de l'AIPLF sur l'Union européenne, conditions de participation.
03/10/2022 08:00
03/12/2022 23:59
[GMT] Greenwich Mean Time

In order to celebrate the European Year of Youth, the AIPLF organises a video competition for TY, 5th and 6th Year students of French in the Republic of Ireland, with the support of
- Ms Deirdre Clune MEP,
- H.E. Mr Vincent Guérend, Ambassador of France to Ireland,
- H.E. Ms Karen Van Vlierberge, Ambassador of Belgium to Ireland,
- Dr Emmanuelle Schön-Quinlivan, Director of the Hub in Active European Citizenship – DAB the EU (UCC).

• Participants in a group of 2, 3 or 4 students will represent their class.
They must mention in French examples of advantages of being part of the EU.
Entries will be judged on the quality of the arguments expressed by the participants and on their French pronunciation.
• This competition is only open to TY, 5th and 6th Year students who study French in the R.O.I.
• Entries must be submitted by a French teacher as a video recording (please note that teachers must retain proof of written consent from the participants' legal guardians).
• Maximum video length accepted: 3 minutes.
• The name of the file must indicate the names of the French teacher, school and county.
• The video recording must be sent by a French teacher via to
• Entries must be made specifically for this competition.
• The use of copyrighted material is not permitted.
• Deadline: 3rd December 2022.

Activity details
Activity formatOnline
Starts on03/10/2022 08:00
Ends on03/12/2022 23:59
Timezone[GMT] Greenwich Mean Time
Organised byAIPLF (Association Irlandaise des Professeurs de Langue Française / Irish Association of French-Language Teachers)
Organisation website
Target age range14-17
Language of the activityFrench
Type of activityCompetition
Activity topicsEuropean values; Education
Youth Goals this activity is linked toConnecting EU with Youth
Related to the Conference on the Future of EuropeNo
Number of expected participants (estimate)100