For teachers and young people - find useful information and guides to teach/learn more about the EU in a fun and interesting way. Find out about The House of European History, Parliament's multi media channel and access other useful classroom resources.
Below you will find a list of useful links to information and guides to teach/learn more about the EU.
Learning Corner provides all kinds of teaching materials about Europe for primary and secondary school students.
Connect the teaching of European history to our contemporary world via the online resources exploring major themes such as migration, conflict, power of communication, human rights and identity.
Have your questions on the European Parliament answered in a 60-minute online presentation and Q&A session adapted to your group’s interests.
Discuss with other young people important topics relevant to today's Europe. Online (3 hours) or in Brussels or Strasbourg (full day).
A valuable source of information covering the latest news stories from the European Parliament. You'll also find live and edited videos and infographics explaining Parliament's priorities and procedures.
'Me, You & the EU’ : an educational film about Ireland and the EU
EU & ME - publication for 15-18 years old