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Hear from the people who are part of the European Parliament about how it works and how European laws are made in this video that accompanies you in the multimedia guide during visits in Strasbourg.
Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the world’s largest transnational parliament. Connect from anywhere to discover the powers and role of the European Parliament (EP) and have your questions answered by EP staff.
Discover some of what you can see in the permanent exhibition of the House of European History. The six sections explore how history has shaped a sense of European memory and continues to influence our daily lives.
Discover some of what you can see in the Jean Monnet House, home to one of the architects of the European Union. Learn about Jean Monnet’s work, vision and legacy, in this house that became a museum for all citizens.
See Europe through the eyes of four generations of young people who grew up at key moments in the last century. This temporary exhibition shows the transnational links, social activism and individual freedom that characterise the history of young people in Europe.
There's so much to discover about the European Union! Have fun with this series of games and quizzes. There are games for different age groups and at different levels, and each game can be played at home or as part of a school lesson.
Spot the difference the European Union makes in your daily life with this fun online game. Compare scenes from daily life and discover 12 ways the European Union improves our lives.
This year the European Youth Event is taking place online. The EYE Online offers young people a unique chance to virtually meet, inspire each other and share their stories. All activities will be streamed on Facebook and are available afterwards as well.
Be part of a multicultural and dynamic group of young Europeans. Understand the role and powers of the European Parliament, identify and debate important issues for today’s Europe and come up with concrete solutions.
Learn about the Schuman Declaration, from the problems facing Europe in 1950 to the man who lends his name to the historic statement. This online exhibition is a perfect explanation of why 9 May is Europe Day and the origins of the European Parliament.