Role Play Game Strasbourg 

Role Play Game Strasbourg

Strasbourg
European Parliament

Inside the parlamentarium Simone Veil students can take a crash course in European law-making. The Role-Play Game is designed specifically for groups of secondary school students aged from 16 to 30, showing them the process for negotiating legislation for the European Union.

Age of the target audience
From
16
To
30
years
Duration of the activity
Group size Minimum 16 to maximum 16 people
Languages available during the activity 24

Role Play Game Strasbourg

Strasbourg
European Parliament
16
30
years
150'
16
24

In fictitious political groups across two committees, participants become Members of the European Parliament and negotiate between themselves to shape legislation. Players must work together and make difficult decisions as they tackle issues such as water access in an age of climate change and the implications of technological advances.

The Role-Play Game shows how European Union legislation is created, from consulting interest groups and forming alliances to agreeing with other institutions and speaking to the media.

The Role-Play Game lasts about 2½ hours and is free of charge. Games are held from Mondays to Fridays, once in the morning and once in the afternoon.

After the game all the groups also have the opportunity to visit the Hemicycle.

The Role-Play Game is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays. In 2022: 14-18.04 / 09.05 / 14.05 / 26.05 / 01.06 / 14.07 / 15.08 / 31.10-2.11 / 23.12-02.01.23.

Find out more about the Role Play Game

Participation in the Role-Play Game should be booked at least 2 weeks in advance.

Map

European Parliament

Louise Weiss building
1 Allée du Printemps
F-67070 Strasbourg cedex

Contact

How to get there

Please consult the SNCF (French railways) website.

Solutions for blind people
Coffee shop
Solutions for deaf people
Restaurant
Motor disability
Wi-fi

Practical information