1. Environmental awareness, sustainable development goals, circular economy and the preparation for Climate Change in the Netherlands. How long will the Dutch dikes and the Delta Works be able to defend the Low Countries? Understanding the Dutch energy transition and the current national nitrogen problem. Wind, sun and hydrogen as a renewable energy source in the national transition from using natural gas to alternative energy sources. Sustainable forms of city transport, like bikes and bike lane structures.
  2. Dutch-Hungarian cultural relations in history through politics, diplomacy, religion, economics, literature and the arts. The concept of the merchant and the clergyman or the role of religion in Dutch society: religion and economic life, politics and education.
  3. Music education: the Kodály-method: ‘let music belong to everyone’. Music is important in the life and education of the pupils: the majority of the class plays an instrument, can sing or dance. They prepare concerts and other performances as opportunity for fundraising in Hungary. This can happen in the form of vocals, instrumental productions and folk dance for Dutch people living in Hungary with other social programs in Pannonhalma. Cooperation with the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague would allow the boys to demonstrate their knowledge for a larger Dutch audience. They will be assisted by young Hungarian artists living in The Hague in cooperation of a local Hungarian choir. The embassy of Hungary in the Netherlands organises such cooperation and events for Hungarian children and their families and children from Dutch schools.
  4. Place and role of volunteering and volunteers in Dutch society. With help of the Bishopric of Rotterdam, we are planning a joint volunteer project with Catholic high school students in the Netherlands, common study trips to the port and the city of Rotterdam (among others: the diaconal centre Pauluskerk as example of help to the most vulnerable people).
  5. Self-awareness and development course with the support of the school psychologist. Who are we? What prejudices do we have against friends and strangers? How to become more open and more sensitive to other people’s problems? How can we effectively communicate in written and oral form? How can we recognise prejudice in language use? Applying digital questionnaires can help us assess the situation by mastering research methodological knowledge. Evaluation of the result will be done in small groups.
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