Europe Direct information network
The Europe Direct information network spans the whole EU and includes offices focusing on communication, providing resources and putting event organisers in touch with speakers.
What does the network consist of?
480 EU information centres in every EU country.
400 documentation centres at European universities and research centres.
400 expert speakers (Team Europe) available to participate in events and write press articles.
Provide general EU information (awareness-raising events, websites, publications, engagement with local media) and handle public enquiries in person or by phone/e-mail.
- Help universities and research institutes promote and develop education and research on European integration, encouraging them to take part in the debate on Europe
- Help the public learn about EU policies in more depth. Anyone can visit a centre to consult official EU publications.
Find your nearest Documentation centre
Expert speakers (Team Europe)
Experts who can lead presentations, workshops or debates at trade fairs and conferences or within organisations by invitation (schools, NGOs, businesses, etc.).
They also give interviews and write articles for the media.
You can meet these specialists personally at various EU-focused events or invite them to speak at your own event.