Interaction with the public

Initiative: Constitution in Day-to-Day Life

Among young people, there exists an imperative need to bridge the gap between theory and practice, textbooks and reality. Bearing this in mind, the Constitutional Court started its latest initiative: the "Constitution in Day-to-Day Life" project.

Designed to educate the youth, this project offers high school students a unique opportunity to delve into the middle of our democratic system by engaging in the workings of the Constitutional Court. Through a carefully curated itinerary, participants gain insights into the history, status, and functioning of the Court.

The visit begins with a brief presentation. Students are introduced to the pivotal role of the Constitutional Court in safeguarding the fundamental rights and principles enshrined in our Constitution. They learn about its inception, evolution, and the profound impact it has had on shaping our legal environment.

Central to the project is the opportunity for students to engage directly with judges of the Constitutional Court. In free discussions, they are encouraged to ask questions and share their perspectives. This interactive dialogue fosters critical thinking and ignites curiosity for the operation of modern democratic societies. After soaking up all that knowledge and inspiration, students get to explore the Court's buildings firsthand.

At the heart of this initiative lies a profound conviction: the importance of educating the young generation about the principles and values that underpin our democracy. The Constitutional Court recognizes that nurturing an informed citizenry is essential for the preservation of our democratic institutions.

By engaging with high school students through initiatives like this project, the Court not only imparts knowledge but also cultivates a sense of civic responsibility and engagement. It empowers the next generation to become active participants in shaping the future of our democracy.



Create date: 15.3.2024 Last modified: 15.3.2024