Pilsen in the Czech Republic and Mons in Begium are both European Capitals of Culture 2015. Have a look at their websites for further information about upcoming events and travel tips. Each town…As 2015 begins, so too does European Year for Development 2015
2015 will be a year dedicated to raising awareness and engaging Europeans everywhere in the EU's development cooperation and starting a debate around the year's motto 'Our World, Our dignity,…
Europe Direct Information Centre - Llangollen will be taking an information stand to this careers event at John Summers High School. We will be talking to young people about European mobility opportunities,…European Christmas Tree Decoration Exchange 2014 - our biggest exchange yet!
This year's European Christmas Tree Decoration Exchange is the biggest yet, with 55 regions taking part across 20 countries. A total of 275 schools will be exchanging hand-made Christmas tree…
European Capitals of Culture 2015 are Pilsen (Czech Republic) and Mons (Belgium):
Who governs Europe? What does the European Union mean for our everyday lives? Where is this continent heading in a globalised world? What is the future for Europe? All of these questions and more are broached…Hidden Disaster
Understanding Europe’s position in relation to the rest of the world may be a tricky concept for youngsters to grip. Hidden disaster is an excellent publication that delve into the topic to explain…Europe in 12 Lessons
What purpose does the EU serve? Why and how was it set up? How does it work? What has it already achieved for its citizens, and what new challenges does it face today? In an age of globalisation, can the…