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High School Committee

The subcommittee deals with educating on legality, disseminating the values of the European Union, and the importance of the new European Public Prosecutor’s Office in the fight against financial crime, as a first approach to law for adolescents in high schools.

The aim is to bring high schools closer to the EPPO, and this year, it was made possible through the PCTO project. This cross-curricular orientation program allows high school students to participate in 15 EPPO course lectures for a total of 30 hours, three of which are in-person, and the others online in synchronous or asynchronous mode, depending on the participants’ commitments.

In the year 2022/2023, the initiative was very successful, with more than 25 schools and a total of 200 students involved.


Alessandro Fumagalli
Civil lawyer and former headmaster of several middle and high schools

Antonella Iannascoli
Mathematics and physics teacher at the Liceo Classico Cesare Beccaria in Milan

Michele Monopoli
Former Dean of Beccaria High School Milan


Alessandro Colombo

Egle Concina

Samuele di Martino

Arianna Duz

Beatrice Quaglia

Samantha Nicole De Guzman

Maria Chiara Cappelli

Adele Minichiello

Sonia M’gayedi

Nicolò Eleni


Organisational meeting report

Organisational meeting report

The meeting was held on Thursday, 27 October 2022, from 15.00 to 16.00 to present the EPPO Jean Monnet module to a vice-principal of one of the best schools in Milan, Antonella Iannascoli, and a former principal of the prestigious school of Cesare Beccaria Milan,...

Meeting with the representatives of schools

Meeting with the representatives of schools

The call was held on Thursday 22 September 2022 from 16:00 to 16:45 to present the EPPO Jean Monnet module to the school managers. The representatives of the four high schools were invited to participate: the school managers of the Ghandi, Fumagalli and Bachelet...

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