THE ADVOCATE  Learners will be able… … to identify strong arguments of someone with an opposing view to their own. … to examine reasons for and against a certain argument. … to get acquainted with justifying a certain aspect, find arguments to support a view different than theirs. … to reflect how this is connected … Read more


WHAT DOES IT MEAN BEING AN EU CITIZEN?    Learners will be able… … to recognise and reflect what it is that shapes EU citizen identity. … to recognise and reflect the upsides and downsides to EU citizenship.   You need: 15 minutes 2-25 people (no limit) Whiteboard/flipchart and markers   Instructions (Step-by-Step) Ask the … Read more


FUTURE OF EU  Learners will be able… … to identify various challenges the EU is facing and understand the way they correlate to one another. … to understand the historical background that has shaped the image of the EU. … to recognize the interconnectedness of EU citizens and EU states. … to reflect on the … Read more


IMPROVISE, ADAPT, OVERCOME  Learners will be able… … to recognise and define (elements of) institutional change in terms of rules and expectations governing human interactions. … to understand ways in which institutional change brings change to our society, and vice versa. … to reflect on the importance of social equilibrium and its delicacy.   You … Read more


PEACEFUL EUROPE  Learners will be able… … to look at the meaning of peace from different perspectives. … to develop their own definition of peace. … to build awareness about the importance of peace.   You need: 25-30 minutes 2-25 people (no limit) Pictures of peace signs, symbols and gestures around the world A blank … Read more


EU PRIVILEGE WALK  Learners will be able… … to recall benefits the EU provides. You need: 25 minutes 2-25 people (no limit) Room for the participants to line up next to each other and take 10 steps forward or backward A starting point (e.g. marked with coloured tape) A reference item that provides a direct … Read more


SOLIDARITY GROUP DISCUSSION  Learners will be able… … to define solidarity. … to recall how solidarity works in everyday life. … to adopt more solidaric behaviours.   You need: 15-25 minutes 2-25 people (no limit) Cards or sticky notes (optional, but recommended for big groups) You can print the PDF that includes the questions/prompts, but … Read more


POLITICAL RIGHTS Learners will be able… … to immerse themselves in the political rights within the EU. … to develop awareness of their political rights. … to understand the importance of political rights.   You need: 35-45 minutes 2-25 people (no limit) Computer or mobile devices with internet access Access to website to create games … Read more


YOU’RE WELCOME!  Learners will be able… … to respect and value each other’s differences and the power of inclusion. You need: 60 minutes Tutor and at least 15 learners Computers, papers and pencils   Instructions (Step-by-Step) The activity will begin by explaining to the group that they are going to talk about forced mobility: Children … Read more


RESPECTING THE IDEAS OF OTHERS  Learners will be able… … to get to know their peers and value and respect them as part of a group.   You need: 40 minutes Tutor and at least 12 learners Papers and pencils   Instructions (Step-by-Step) First of all, the educator will hand out a sheet of paper … Read more