A journal for young people
‘Europe is somewhere else.’ This provocative statement opens the first chapter of Europe. A journal for young people. It is, of course, not true. As EU citizens, Europe is our home. So being right in the middle of it, we naturally have many questions about what Europe means and what it does. For example, 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 here. The journal is aimed at students aged between 13 and 18, and offers them the... chance to read, learn and discuss the topics interactively. The journal is accompanied by a teachers’ guide.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Communication (European Commission)
- Subject: EU activity, European Union, history of Europe, operation of the Institutions, teaching materials, the EU's international role
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