Talking to young people about the European Union is not easy: it is a subject that interests few and we have to find ways to make young people want to know more. Because the European Union has a real impact on our daily lives!
The history, the institutions, the elections, the concrete achievements are all subjects that can be approached in a non-formal way to make learning fun.
This is why we organised a European seminar in Pau in June to share and create educational tools for young people, based on the use of non-formal methods. Most of the participants were part of LE.MO.N. member organisations.
In this guide, you will find a variety of tools and methods that have been tried and tested in European youth organisations and that can be reused or adapted.
From quick games to debates, from online communication to visual creation, you will certainly find something that will suit your audience and that you will feel able to facilitate!
Now this guide is yours!
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