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.
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What is the European project? What does the EU do for us and how does it work ? This slide presentation will help you explain the basics of the EU, prepare the ground for discussions, and give you tips on how to stay in touch with the EU. It is made up of four sections, which can be used separately or as a whole. You can use it along with our EU quiz for testing the knowledge of your class/audience. Finally, do not forget to have a look at the note pages, they contain further information and links.
How many people live in Italy? What's the political system in Lithuania? And what is the capital of Cyprus called? Find the answers to these questions and many more in the updated version of 'The European Union - Facts and figures'. This booklet comes in a handy small format and gives essential information on the European Union, its institutions, member states and candidate countries. It contains facts on official languages, government websites and other useful data about each country. The publication is available in 24 EU languages.
Created over 25 years ago, the single market simplifies the lives of European citizens and businesses by boosting growth and creating jobs.
Cities contain a lot of biodiversity, it is important that we protect it because we need it for our quality of life, our clean air, our food and water and our mental health. Make space for nature. This booklet contains 52 suggestions on how to support urban biodiversity throughout the year.
The issue of migration is a hot topic in today’s Europe, but why? A mass global movement of humanity is taking place, as is evidenced by phenomena ranging from the tragic drownings in the Mediterranean to the so-called ‘brain drain’ within Europe itself. This theme examines some of the reasons behind such migrations and asks us to consider how we might better understand today’s voluntary and forced movements of people in light of European historical examples.
Discover how Europe supports films, TV series, video games, training programmes, cinemas and much more.
Do you want to know more about data protection and privacy risks? Discover it all with the Cyber Chronix game, story and quiz.
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.