On 30 September, the Competition Council of Latvia (the CC) together with the Ministry of Economics of Latvia (the MoE) and the Consumer Rights Protection Centre of Latvia (the CRPC) welcomed school students from Riga and Salacgrīvas municipality, as well as other visitors interested in getting an insight into the work all three government institutions.
During the Open Doors day, visitors had an opportunity to meet experts in an informal atmosphere, discuss topicalities and find answers to questions, learn about the work of institutions. To meet experts an informative tent was set up outside the building of the CC, the MoE and the CRPC.
Meanwhile school students (5th and 6th grade) had an opportunity to participate in an education orientation game “Catch 9 Economic Pokémons” as a creative way to understand the work of all institutions. Like in a real orienteering competitions, the school groups had to find 9 Pokémons in three different institutions which are located in the same building. Students had not only to find all nine Economic Pokémons but also solve different educational tasks.
The Open Doors Day is a one-day event for the public to learn more about the work of state institutions. This year more than 100 state institutions and their regional structures opened their doors for the public.
For media inquiries
Mr Toms Noviks
Head of Communication Unit of the
Competition Council of Latvia
Phone +371 67365210