If you want to know about what the EU does, how it all started and how it works, or if you want to debate EU policies more in details, you’ll find plenty of inspiration here.
The EU has 28 member countries. Each has a different history, geography and culture. Test your knowledge in a board game – play alone or challenge classmates.
Created over 25 years ago, the single market simplifies the lives of European citizens and businesses by boosting growth and creating jobs.
The European Health Insurance Card covers medical treatment in emergencies and for pre-existing conditions, while travelling through Europe.
Empower your students with the practical consumer skills they need for real life! The Consumer Classroom website contains a host of resources to inspire teachers – on issues from social media to citizenship and consumer rights. It also allows teachers to build lessons online and share them with students, and to swap tips with other teachers through an EU-wide online community.
Discover how Europe supports films, TV series, video games, training programmes, cinemas and much more.
The online game “Culture Heritage Detectives”, for students aged 10-12 years or 13-15 years, is part of the educational toolkit for teachers. It provides an introduction to Europe's cultural heritage and triggers discussion. The game can be played in pairs or groups, with the teacher acting as facilitator.
Science and technology touch almost every part of our daily lives. Discover in this book how the EU helps European scientists, researchers and innovators to work together.
Four European students describe their experiences in Tortona, Italy, while on 'Youth Exchanges', an Erasmus+ programme.
In 2018, the European Union celebrated the 50th anniversary of the EU Customs Union.
How the EU responded to the 2015 migration crisis.