School presentations

 
 

"Eurovoyageur" for primary schools

 
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How many Member States? What is the history of Europe? What are its symbols? To all of these questions, the CIIE provides clear and precise answers in a language, which is easy to understand, thanks to the "Eurovoyageur" presentation. This activity, free of charge, is proposed to primary school pupils in the CIIE's facilities, located at the Lieu d'Europe in Strasbourg.


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"Destination Europe" for young people (Ages 13 and up)

 
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Steadily changing, it is not always easy to inform young people about Europe. To facilitate teaching about the European Union, the CIIE has developed the presentation "Destination Europe" for young people aged 13 and over. It can conveniently complete a history or geography lesson. Free of charge, this presentation is proposed in the CIIE's facilities, located at the Lieu d'Europe in Strasbourg.

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"Europe matters: a question of values"

 
 
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Teach your pupils Europe’s shared values: freedom of expression, a fair justice system, gender equality, abolition of the death penalty, free elections, diversity/non-discrimination.
Have fun taking up challenges as a team and holding discussions, while testing your knowledge on democracy and human rights.

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Educational games

 

The game "Eurodéfi"

 
Eurodéfi
 

In order to discover the European Union differently, in a playful and interactive way, the CIIE conceived the game "Eurodéfi". This giant Game of the Goose allows the participants to discover the cultural diversity of the member states of the EU by having lots of fun.


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"L'eurocapitale"

 
Eurocapitale
 

The CIIE has developed an interactive activity/tool in order to discover different topics such as the History, celebrities and institutions of Europe, human rights and democracy, and Europe in the city of Strasbourg.

Especially recommended for students aged between 13 and 18, this interactive game complements the visit to the permanent exhibition of the Lieu d’Europe.


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The scavenger hunt "Discovering Europe" in the European quarter of Strasbourg

 
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”Discovering Europe" is a scavenger hunt within the European quarter of Strasbourg, conceived by the CIIE and with the Lieu d'Europe as starting point. Armed with a small booklet and a map of the quarter and divided into different groups, the participants will discover "Europe in Strasbourg": the buildings, the European institutions and their functioning, etc. In front of each institution, a riddle is to be solved or a question must be answered in order to find a mystery word.

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European diary


    • 18 december 2017

      International Migrants Day

    • The International Migrants Day aims to clear up the prejudices against migrants and to raise awareness of the migrants' contribution to the economic, cultural, and social sectors of the society, given the knowledge of both the country of origin and country of residence.
    • 20 december 2017

      International Human Solidarity Day

    • This year, the International Human Solidarity Day will take place after the Millenium Development Objectives have been succeded by the Sustainable Development Goals, a new development programme aiming to end with poverty, to protect the environment and to fight for human dignity.
    • 1 january 2018

      Slovakia National Day

    • Even if the date of August 29th is more famous, (anniversary of the national uprising to fight against the occupation of the country by the Nazis which burst into 1944), Slovakia National Day is January 1st. On this day, the country commemorates its independence.
      The fate of Slovakia was often connected to that of the Czech Republic. During several decades, both countries were part of the same State: the Czechoslovakia. This state was a member of the Communist Bloc before the "velvet revolution", in 1989.
      In September, 1992, the National Council of the Slovak Republic approved its Constitution and on January 1st, 1993 a new State was born.