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Education & Youth

A series of free CPD sessions for teachers in schools and colleges to help them improve or update their knowledge about the EU, get free resources and speak to their local MEPs. 2016 dates:
22 April - London; 29 April - Birmingham; 6 May - Leeds; 20 May - Cambridge. Provisional dates for the 2nd half of 2016: 30 September - Belfast; 14 October - Bristol; 11 November - Edinburgh; 25 November - London; 2 December - Leicester.
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We have listed our own teaching resources and those of others. These are suitable for use by teachers in the UK, or those teaching a British curriculum abroad. Britain's place in the world and in or out of the European Union is a hot topic of debate in British politics and in the media. These resources will help you help your students to understand the issues.
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Free educational sessions at Europe House. Specially designed to be interactive, politically neutral and suitable for for 11-18 year olds at schools and colleges, including those studying for GCSE, A-Level and BTEC qualifications. They are completely free of charge. You can also request a session to be held at your school or college.
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EYE2016 (Strasbourg 20/05/2016).
Remember EYE2014, those three inspiring days with more than 6,000 young participants from all over Europe gathered together to come up with ideas for a better Europe? Well, you haven't seen anything yet!
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Charlemagne Youth Prize.
The Prize is awarded annually to projects undertaken by young people which foster understanding, promote the development of a shared sense of European identity, and offer practical examples of Europeans living together as one community. Participate with your own project!
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EUROSCOLA brings together about 600 students from all over the European Union for a day in Strasbourg discussing aspects of European integration, in multilingual working groups of 100 students. It is open to students aged 16-18.
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