Step into the shoes of national ministers for a role-playing game: present the position of your country and negotiate with the other EU countries.
The simulation game is a hands-on experience of EU decision-making for secondary school pupils and students aged 16 and older.
It can be played by groups of 20 to 50 people.
It takes at least 120 minutes to play the game.
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This online quiz has been created for secondary school pupils to help them understand the basics about the EU.
These slides can be used by teachers to make a powerpoint presentation about the EU. Each slide provides some simple facts or keywords in a style that can be easily understood by an audience with no prior knowledge of the EU.
Discover how the 27 EU countries work together: teach, learn and play with the Council's civic education package
If you are between 14 and 18, or are a secondary school teacher interested in finding out about the European Union and what it does for you, then this publication is for you.
Step into the shoes of a national minister and experience EU decision-making by negotiating on real topics that matter for you.
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