Join the Your Europe, Your Say! (YEYS) event organised by the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels on 23 and 24 March 2023! Exchange ideas in English with students and teachers from 34 countries during an exciting and interactive event.
The European Commission gives you a rare opportunity to team up with a researcher or expert in your respective subject area to co-create learning material.
Are you 18 years old and up for an adventure? Get ready to explore Europe by joining DiscoverEU.
The European Year of Youth is nearing its end, but there are still a few months left to get involved. A special year with a spotlight on inclusion: helping all young people to become active and engaged citizens.
Best wishes to all teachers – you play a key role in communicating the EU to young people!
Since Russia’s invasion, the EU stands united in its solidarity with Ukraine and will continue to support Ukraine and its people. According to estimates, almost half of the refugees from Ukraine are school-ag
Secondary schools in all EU countries can now start enrolling for Juvenes Translatores, the European Commission's annual translation contest.
Every year in September, the President of the European Commission delivers the State of the Union address (SOTEU) before the European Parliament, taking stock of the past year and presenting priorities for the year ahead.
Since July 1st, it is Czechia’s turn to hold the presidency. The country has set 5 priorities that the EU should focus on for the months to come, under the slogan “Europe as a Task: Rethink, Rebuild, Repower”:
In the framework of the European Year of Youth 2022, the first ever Voice Platform of the European Commission has been launched.
Do you remember the Film4Energy challenge we had announced last Autumn?
Every child must be protected and respected both online and offline.
Europe Day, held on 9 May every year, celebrates peace and unity in the European Union.
False or misleading information spreads online as never before. It is increasingly necessary to find reliable tools to tackle this problem.
On 24 February 2022, Europe woke up to harrowing news about Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine.
Planning a trip to Brussels? Be sure to visit the interactive Experience Europe and discover all about the European Commission.
Learning about the EU from an early age is crucial to make our children engaged and active EU citizens.
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!
2022 is the European Year of Youth! A perfect opportunity to highlight the European youth’s important role in shaping a greener, more inclusive and digital future.
Every six months, a different EU Member State takes on the EU presidency. This means that it heads the Council of the European Union, organises the meetings of the leaders of the Member States, and indicates the areas in which it would like the EU to progress. France’s turn started on 1 January.
In the age of digitalisation and technology, schools too have had to adapt and to change their teaching methods.