We are now taking our highly rated European Union education sessions out into schools and colleges outside of London.
On November 1st 2014, Tottenham held its first Tedx Conference! Asher was invited to speak about our approach to working with yRead more …
One of our main projects is challenging school councils to be better. We can use lots of long words to describe this, but essenRead more …
Obviously the biggest topic as we’re talking to young people about the EU in our sessions at Europe House and in schools and colleges around the UK is Brexit. And it’s a topic that is changing every day; we try to have the most up to date information so that we can give useful, comprehensive and impartial information. Reading a range of newspapers and news websites is a big part of this, but we also find these daily briefings and podcasts really useful, informative and easy to digest.
This summer we will be opening our EU education sessions to any young people who are interested to come to learn about Read more …
With the EU such a hot topic, don’t forget to take this great chance to update on resources and teaching ideas at your choice of 10 free one-day CPD conferences from the European Parliament UK Office.
The Second World War was a tragic episode in the history of Europe and the world. One of the main purposes of the competition is to preserve the memories and
lessons of the Second World War, especially amongst younger generations.
Are you running a youth-led programme with other Europeans? Win €5,000 and a trip to Germany to meet the President of the European Parliament.
The Children’s Commissioner would like to hear from children and young people on what they think are the best things about being a child or young person and what could be better.
The survey is open for 7-21 year olds, time is crucial we want to start this debate now and will be pulling together first findings on TUESDAY 30 JUNE MIDDAY!