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EU Crash Courses

This four-hour course covers current basic questions around European politics. You determine what to focus on according to your interests. The methodology is based on interaction and exchange.

EU Asylum Courses

We focus on EU asylum and refugee policy. Why do people flee from their homeland? Who is recognised as a refugee? How is the EU dealing with asylum seekers?

Dialogues on Participation

In these events, participants will meet with politicians and activists. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and gather tips on democratic commitment.

The Margot Friedländer Award

Every year, we award school classes and youth groups that take a stand against anti-Semitism, racism and ostracism in Europe.

Personal Responsibility

We empower young people to develop and execute their own projects.

European Civic Education in School

We facilitate an understanding of the values, attitudes, skills and knowledge necessary for participating in a democratic Europe.

Peer Approach

We train young peer trainers to conduct seminars. Based on their own experiences, they provide concrete details connected to young participants’ lives.

Guidance

We see ourselves as learning partners and counsellors. Our educational programme connects young people with civil society actors from different countries.

Peer Trainer Qualification Programme

Young peer trainers develop and moderate our educational formats. Learn how to become a trainer yourself and how our training program supports you in doing so.

Materials and Methods Collection

Find our materials and methods for educating young people about Europe in up to eight languages.

Contact in Your Country

Our courses and seminars take place in 15 European countries. Find your local contact.

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