In order to adequately approach the overarching theme of the 80th International Session in Leipzig „Fundamental Rights in Europe“, the discussions will revolve around 15 committee topics. Each of these topics will be tackled by one of the 15 committees made up of an internationally mixed team of delegates.
All topics pick up on a relevant, recent, and pressing issue, which requires the participants to solve controversies, come up with creative solutions, and develop long-term strategies for the EU and its Member States. In an attempt to cover the full range of challenges connected to fundamental rights in Europe, the committee topics will stand in connection to all six sections of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union: dignity, freedoms, equality, solidarity, citizen’s rights, and justice.
A detailed overview on the topics the delegates of the 80th International Session are going to debate in Leipzig can be found here.