On 13 September, the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, opened the new political year with her annual speech, the “State of the Union”, in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
Secondary schools in all EU countries can now start enrolling for Juvenes Translatores, the European Commission's annual translation contest.
26 September is European day of languages (EDL). The general aim of this event is to encourage and maintain Europe's rich linguistic and cultural diversity.
Win a class trip to visit the European Parliament with a tailored programme and one night stay.
The State of the European Union address, or “SOTEU”, is the annual speech delivered by the President of the European Commission to the European Parliament in Strasbourg every September, to kick-start the new political year.
The holidays are over and a new school year lies ahead. We wish both teachers and pupils a fulfilling year in which they learn something new every day.
You might know that every six months, a different EU country holds the presidency of the Council of the EU.
Children have the right to express their views. To make sure that their voices are heard, the EU has launched a Children’s Participation Platform.
Europe Day, which is celebrated on May 9th each year, is an occasion for Europeans to celebrate peace and unity across the continent.
27 March is the Day of European Authors, an initiative of the European Commission, to reconnect younger generations with book reading and to help them discover the diversity of European literature.
Learning Corner turns four years old on 21 March already!
Are you 18 years old and a resident of an EU country or another country associated with Erasmus+? Then get ready to go on an adventure with DiscoverEU!
We are proud to present the 27 winners of the 2022 Juvenes Translatores contest.
February 11th is 112 day – a good occasion to teach children that, if they are in danger, they can call 112 24/7 to reach emergency services anywhere ...
Children and young people deserve to grow up in a digital environment where they can safely create, engage, and share.
On 24 January, the world celebrates the International Day of Education, adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 2018 to highlight the contribution of education to peace and development.
Are you an EU resident aged 16-30 and working on a project that helps to change Europe? Then you could be the next winner of the European Charlemagne Youth Prize!
You might know that the Presidency of the European Union (EU) rotates among the EU countries. Since 1 January, it has been Sweden’s turn to hold the Presidency.
But did you know that Sweden forms a trio with the two countries which it follows?
As of 1 January 2023, the euro area consists of 20 countries: Croatia is now one of the EU countries using the euro as its currency.
Five years after having opened its doors to the public, the House of European History would like to design fresh, new, exciting learning materials for European teachers.