28 de noviembre de 2018

ERASMUS+ TLT meeting in Heusenstamm (second day)

In the afternoon of our second day in Heusenstamm (Germany), the Reporters of the ERASMUS Project "Reporters without frontiers" have met and interviewed Daniel Cohn-Bendit.
Daniel Marc Cohn-Bendit, was born in France to German-Jewish parents. He is a former leader of the students’ protest movement of May 1968 in Paris, a former Green Party deputy to the social-democrat (SPD) mayor of Frankfurt and is both German and French.
He has been elected to the European Parliament for the Greens four times, standing alternately in Germany and France. 

Although this interview at Adolf Reichwein Gymnasium has been recorded complete and will be shared as part of our TLT meeting in Heusenstamm, at the end of this post you will be able to see some of the moments.

I personally enjoyed his energetic and realistic discourse, Thanks a lot to the organizers, the german team, and in particular, to its coordinator, Thomas Schmidt.

Daniel, always understanding towards students' demanding questions and with a good sense of humour, answered all of them in an interview that lasted one hour and a half. His speech was realistic; utopia was not part of it.

The questions focused on the topics our reporters are working on in this TLT meeting, mainly "Refugees". Click on the links to watch the videos:

Refugees in the EU: current and future situation

Refugees versus migrants: integration

Colonization and responsibilities

Refugees: reasons for massive migration

Refugees: unconditional basic income and poverty

Basic income, training and education

Capitalism and ecology

A fair society is...

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