Loneliness, Wrong Decisions, Violence – Top 3 Fears of Young Europeans

Loneliness, wrong decisions and violence – these were the fears most often expressed by students of the Carl-Benz-Gymnaisum in Ladenburg, Germany.  As part of the project “Fears and Hopes of Young Europeans” of the Comenius Programme of the European Commission students of the Carl-Benz-Gymnaisum were asked to express their fears in drawings.  The results were presented in an exhibition on March 15, 2013.

A total of 99 pictures were presented to the public.  Loneliness, wrong decisions and violence were the most common fears.

The question is what can we do about these fears.  The first step toward an answer is to ask what the real issues are, who is affected and what the impacts are?  In other words, we need to get a better idea about the underlying problem.

For this purpose we have prepared a mind map where will capture all answers to these questions.  We encourage you to visit the project page to learn more about these fears and invite you to submit your ideas how to solve them.

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