Eu(U)rotopian boards

  • Eu(U)rotopian working boards

    Let's create the boards!

    Each country has to be represented in each commission (10 people maximum)!

    Board  Members' names and country  Forum

    Fabio  C. -Italy

    Lorenzo B. - Italy

    Niccolò B. - Italy

    Meliha D.- Turkey

    Baptiste - France

    Logan - France

    Maxime G - France

    Kamil D.- Poland

    Norbert R - Poland

    Jakub K - Poland

    Mariola C - Poland


    Giulia B. - Italy

    Leonardo G. - Italy

    Steven H. - Italy

    Sami Can Y. -Turkey

    David - France

    Paul - France

    Noah - France

    Kasia C - Poland


    Valentina P. - Italy

    Martina P. - Italy

    Cristina C. - Italy

    Ersan G. -Turkey

    Marco - France

    Thibaut - France

    Tomek B - Poland

    Konrad G -Poland

    Kuba C - Poland

     Social help

    Veronica N.- Italy

    Marco F. - Italy

    Nicole Z. - Italy

    MertCan Y. -Turkey

    Thaïs - France

    Victor - France

    Esteban - France

    Kamil D.- Poland

    Norbert R - Poland

    Jakub K.- Poland

     Medical and health care

    Alice P. - Italy

    Aurora P. - Italy

    Samet A. -Turkey

    Antoine - France

    Marine B - France

    Maxime M - France

    Ewelina K - Poland

    Agata K - Poland

    Paula S.- Poland

     Sex equality

    Daniel P.- Italy

    Erika R. - Italy

    Mayra S. - Italy

    Ahmet G. -Turkey

    Maëliss - France

    Jeanne - France

    Thomas - France

    Aleksandra G - Poland

    Nicole B - Poland

    Gabi Ł - Poland

    Maksymilian M  -Poland

     Inclusion of minorities

    Vanessa N. -Italy

    Alexei F. - Italy

    Nevzat P. -Turkey

    Emir Can S. -Turkey

    Stella - France

    Jules - France

    Ema - France

    Adam S - Poland

    Krzysztof N- Poland

    Filip T - Poland

     Access and promotion of culture

    Nicole B.- Italy

    Francesca B. - Italy

    Anastacia D. - Italy

    Berk K. -Turkey

    Yasmine - France

    Célia E - France

    Aleksandra T - Poland

    Michał K - Poland

     Technological and scientific innovation

    Pamela C. - Italy

    Eleonora F. - Italy

    Arba H.-  Italy

    MahmutCan D. -Turkey

    Yannick - France

    Marine H - France

    Célia F - France

    Alek G - Poland

    Tomek P -Poland

    Kuba T - Poland

    Oskar M - Poland

    Mateusz K - Poland

  • Your national policies

    Present your national policy

    As a national group, present the national policy of your country (put your country's name as a title to your contribution and your thematic) related to the thematic of your board, illustrate with examples.
    Each board will be able to discover about the other countries before starting to discuss in the forums.

    France Medical and health care (Marine.b,Maxime.M,Antoine)

    In France the ministry of Medical and health care is Agnes Buzyn.
    In France you can be treat for free grace of the health care.
    In France the health care is organized in 4 regime.
    the first regime is for the employee 83% of the population use this regime.
    the second regime is for the farmer 5% of the population use this regime.
    the third regime is for artisan 5% of the population use this regime.
    the last regime is for civil servant 7% of the population use this regime.
    The new reform of the ministry of Medical and health care is the end of the "numerus clausus" so now she's enable so a lot of people can be doctor.

    ecology-FRANCE (paul, david)

    The minister is Francois de rugy. He is the minister since 2018. As of right now, the minister wants to have taxes on Carbon, that way it can keep the polution down. For laws, France wants preservation of natural birds and the priority of space for biodiversity. The french gouverment is for people to get ecofriendly houses because the houses have less CO2 and with solar pannels, you can save money while beeing ecologique. They also strated to have free public transportation in Dunkerque, as it helps to unblock the downtown are.
    They are a lot of laws but these ones are the most important.

    FRANCE-Access and promotion of culture-Yasmine and Célia E.

    The Actuel ministry of culture in France is Franck Riester. The culture ministry participate to the implentation of technologies, media, favor art and mind work. It lead the protection and the development of cultural heritage.
    The cultural ministry reforms are the help of home delivery to the press and an application of a grant for the emerging press business.

    FRANCE : Employement (KOLB Thibaut, HUSSER Marco)

    The French ministry in charge of the employement is the Ministry of work.

    French people work in general 35 hours / week. The minimal salary (the SMIC) is 1498€. The minimal number of week of holiday in one year for an employee is 5 weeks. Every French people have to work until 62 years old. In France, there is two type of work contract/pact : The CDI (Contrat à Durée Indéterminée = Indeterminate duration contract) and the CDD (Contrat à Durée Déterminée = Determinate Duration Contract).

    Laws for the work :
    - An employee don't have the right to work gone 10 hours in one day to protect him against the tiredness or an potential "burn out".
    - An employee have the right to deconnect to his electronics objects to relieve the work stress.

    FRANCE: education (Baptiste, Maxime, Logan)

    Jean Michel Blanquer is the ministry of education. the school begin at three years and obligatory until sixteen years old if you would stop school you can do apprenticeship or vocational baccalauréat but if you want continue you can do a baccalaureate and do study.
    The school is free until the baccalaureate and secular. As of today there are some reform for the baccalaureate. The bacclaureate is update and more easy and now it's a jump for the futur project for the student

    France - social help (victor, thais, esteban)

    The ministery of social help in France is Agnès Buzyn. She help the person who need help. There is help for handicapped person or old people...For have this help, have to be French or foreigner with bad situation on French territory. There is a new different social help ; help for work realization for old housing, to manage the danger of asbestos.

    FRANCE inclusion of minorities (stella,ema et jules)

    There are not a minstry for the integration of the minorities in French, but a lot of ministry make sur at this integration.
    For the discrimination in school, it's the ministry of education and at work/job it's the ministry of employment, and minorities are protect by the law.
    Currently, the french law and ministries protect minorities but the french people is divide for the integration of minorities, for example there are homophobe, racist and evil people in French.
    For example, in 2001 the first law speak about homophobia was create and she protects the homosexual in work.

    FRANCE Sex Equality (Thomas, Maëliss, Jeanne)

    The ministry in charge of sex equality is the State's secretariat.
    Currently, there is still sex inequality in France : women are paid 20% less than men and only 27% of deputies are women. There are lots of active feminist associations in France like "#NousToutes".
    There's one law, the n°2014-873 about gender equality which gathers (and modifies) some articles from the Civil and Working codes, public health, penal and defence codes.
    This topic is important today, because peoples's mentalities have to change.

    FRANCE technological and scientific innovation (Marine H, Célia F, Yannick)

    The ministry of higher education develops and offers to government, the politics of the collegial teaching, university teaching of research, also for financial help for studies.

    It goals are:
    - Promote higher education and sciences researches
    - Contribute with the promotion, to the development and the support to these domains
    - Support the increase of the scolarity level
    - Favour the access to the higher form of the knowledge to all the persons who have the willpower

    Poland- ECOLOGY (Kasia)

    In Poland the Ministry of the Environment is taking care of ecology. The head of this ministry is Henryk Kowalczyk. Their task is not only to solve ecology problems but also teaching people how to be eco and how not being eco can affect our planet. The main problem in my country is air pollution. Poland takes second place in Europe. The carbon dioxide emissions in Poland are 7.63 tonnes per person per year, which is higher than the winner Turkey.There are 69 deaths attributable to air pollution per 100,000 people per year. Poland consists of 30.8% forest area and 38.10% protected terrestrial and marine area. Each year, the citizens of Poland discard 304.9 kg of waste per person. There’s an iron curtain dividing Europe into safe and dangerous places to breathe and Poland isn't safe one.

    Sex equality in Poland (Nicole B PL, Aleksandra G PL, Gabi Ł PL)

    Theoretically in Poland we have equal rights but still there are some mischievous situations for women. First of all, we have stereotypes like: women are supposed to do household chores or take care of children. Even though women work they should make dinner, clean the house and pick up kids from school and men come straight home and do nothing. Fortunatelly more and more men unburden us of our liabilities. Men get bigger salary on the same position which is really unfair. On the other hand, we are eligible to vote, we can develop our skills and hobbies and attend academic institutions. We wouldn't be here without our female ancestors who fought for our rights and freedom. In Poland women got equality rights in 1918.

    Technology in Poland (Kuba T. & Tomek P.)

    In Poland the minister of Technology and Entrepreneurship is Jadwiga Emilewicz. She tries to fulfill the goals of the ministry. The ministry works on reducing the amount of resources and energy used in industry. It also creates many programs that support entrepreneurs. Another of its tasks is reducing the amount of pollution in air, for example by monitoring the quality of solid fuel and the furnaces that use it. The ministry is also a member of ESA and participates in its projects.

    Employment - Poland (Tomek,Konrad,Kuba)

    Polish ministry that is in charge of employment issues is The Ministry of Family , Work and Social Politics. In Poland we have a guaranteed salary of 2250 PLN and 8- hour day of work. The retiring age for a male citizen is 65 and for a women citizen is 60. In Poland we have an income tax at a rate of 19%. Everyone who makes profits must pay it and it is checked every year by tax office.


    Italy leads in scientific innovation. In fact, The Italian agency for new technologies is working on projects that are boosting Italy’s start-up scene and giving SMEs (Society of Manufacturing Engineers) a competitive advantage.
    ENEA, the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, is helping to make Italy a front-runner for innovation in the sciences. The organisation’s roots go back to 1952 with the creation of the National Committee for Nuclear Research (CNRN) which was later transformed into the National Committee for Nuclear Energy (CNR), a field of research in which Italy is a major actor.
    Today, the organisation’s focus is on energy technologies – including renewables, energy storage, and smart grids – energy efficiency, climate change, nuclear fusion, nuclear safety, and life sciences. ENEA is Italy’s national agency for the efficient use of resources and sustainable mobility in the circular economy.


    In Turkey there are 250 different organization to protect the environment.The minister of environment is Murat KURUM.The goverment study about saving environment.Reduce using plastic materials and chemicals.Use social media to inform people about ecological problems.


    The minister of employment is Zehra Zümrüt SELÇUK.The goverment study about unemployment problems.They open some courses to qualified people for some jobs and educated them for short term programmes.


    Fahrettin KOCA is the mimistry of Health care.In Turkey,people have underwarranty by the goverment.They can take care of the hospital whenever they need and they dont give money.And also they can buy medicines without paying.


    In our counrty if people need help, it doesnt matter which nationality or religion,our govertment give them identity,education and social help.

    ITALY: Ecology (Leonardo, Steven, Giulia)

    Major environmental issues currently facing Italy include air pollution from energy and heating, transportation and industrial sources, polluted inland waters, acid rain, and insufficient industrial waste treatment and disposal programs.With respect to air pollution and climate change, Italy is pushing initiatives designed to reduce black carbon emissions. Separate waste collection is used for the effective recyclin. It also reports that Italy is currently looking to push forward with water conservation initiatives, including the evolution of the legal and institutional framework, reforming the water supply systems and improving water sanitation systems. As it recovers from the still-recent global economic collapse, Italy will be looking to incorporate green initiatives into its economic policies, according to the OECD report. These measures are expected to include: “greening” the tax code, expanding environment-related markets and green trade policies, promoting eco-innovation and investing in green technology. Italy has impressive growth in the renewable energy sector.

    ITALY: Medical and Health care (Aurora Pecci and Alice Pari)

    Health care is the maintenance or improvement of health via the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in human beings. Health care is delivered by health professionals (providers or practitioners) in allied health fields.
    The public part is the national health service, also called Servizio Sanitario Nazionale (SSN), which is organized under the Ministry of Health and is administered on a regional basis. Italy is known for its generally very good health system, considering the fact that it has the world's 6th highest life expectancyin 2015.
    Both of them are essential in our life, Medical Care most of all, without it we can’t live of course.
    The government guarantees social help to people’s needs according to their income.

    ITALY: EMPLOYMENT (Cristina C. - Martina P. - Valentina P.)

    While Italy has the eighth largest economy in the world according to the 2018 International Monetary Fund, it is still feeling the effects of the global financial crisis and has the second highest level of public debt in Europe (after Greece).
    The majority of the country's 60 million inhabitants reside in the north, and ambitious graduates are more likely to find work in large northern towns and cities.
    The contrast between the north and the south is quite stark - northern Italy is more industrialized and developed and known for its abundance of private companies, while the south relies heavily on agriculture and farming. Unemployment in the southern regions is as high as 29%.
    As millions of travelers flock to Italy every year to see its sights, casual work and temporary contracts in the tourism industry are much easier to find than permanent employment in other sectors.


    Article 3 of the Constitution guarantees equality before the law and fundamental freedoms, and guards against discrimination on the grounds of sex, race, language, religion, political opinions, and personal and social conditions.
    The 1998 Immigration Act set annual quotas, provided for the integration of legal migrants, the restriction of undocumented immigration and expulsion of illegal migrants. It made a distinction between economic migrants and refugees. This law was adapted in two 2003 decrees to comply with European Union directives on equal racial treatment and equal treatment in employment.
    The 2003 laws reserve the right of religious entities to discriminate in employment if this is required as part of the faith. The “Ufficio Nazionale Antidiscriminazioni Razziali” (National Office against Racial Discrimination) was opened in 2004 to process cases of discrimination. A 2006 law, significantly weakens the penalties against incitement to hatred and racial discrimination.

    ITALY - SEX EQUALITY Mayra, Erika,Daniel

    While the legal infrastructure to promote Gender Equality is in place in Italy, there is insufficient help for many women to be able to combine both paid work and caring for children, and wage gaps continue to be significant (up to 25%)
    Main statistics:
    •Women in Italy work longer than men on average yet are more likely to be unemployed or work part-time.
    •More than half of all Italians getting a degree are women.
    •Women in Italy have an average life expectancy of 84.9 years. Men are expected to live to 80.6.
    •Female quotas are respected in the political field.
    • Pregnant women are guaranteed maternity leave at work two months before and three after the birth of the child.

    ITALY: Social Help (Marco Ferosi, Nicole Zanotti, Veronica Nigro)

    Discrimination on the grounds of disability is illegal in Italy.
    And an organization should have 1 or 2 disabilities employees.
    Most of the major cities in Italy are now making efforts to accommodate people with disabilities. Many buildings and structures have installed ramps, so that people on wheelchairs face less difficulty getting in and out of the premises. The public transport has also become a lot more user-friendly for handicapped people in the last few years.
    The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy has committed to paying special attention to homelessness during the period of 2014-2020. In order to programme solutions and interventions to reduce severe poverty, the Ministry has carried out different actions. And now there is “Reddito di cittadinanza” for poor people who live in Italy.
    Immigration is a problem in Italy and the govern has decid to keep closed all the ports of Italy.

    Access and promotion of culture - Italy - Nicole B., Anastacia D., Francesca B.

    The Italian cultural policy, based on the Italian Constitution and its fundamental principles, explicitly refers to the human rights, human development, the safeguarding and valorisation of the cultural heritage also in the anthropological meaning and collective expressions.
    It represents a strategic vehicle of awareness raising, on the principles of democracy, tolerance and solidarity.
    The reform of the Ministry of Culture Activities and Heritage and Tourism, encourages a new view of cultural heritage management, increasing the number of general directions and in exercising its functions the institution is assisted by advisory bodies.
    The Italian Code for Education Research and University legislates the promotion of arts curricula at primary, secondary and high schools; also encourages creativity, knowledge and skills in professional training connected with the artistic industry.
    The Ministry itself recognizes the academic curricula promoted by artistic institutions: music conservatories, academies of fine dance and drama.


    Education in Italy is compulsory from 6 to 16 years of age,and is divided into five stages: kindergarten primary school , lower secondary school , upper secondary school and university .
    Education is free in and free education is available to children of all nationalities who are resident in Italy. Italy has both a private and public education system.
    Primary school is commonly preceded by three years of non-compulsory nursery school (or kindergarten). The students are given a basic education in Italian, English, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, History ,Geography and Physical Education. Some schools also have other foreign languages.
    The Lower secondary school lasts three years (roughly from age 11 to 14).
    The Lower secondary school lasts five years (roughly from age 14 to 19). Every tier involves an exam at the end of the final year, required to gain a degree and have access to further university education.