What is the Role of the EU?

Primary School

Are you a primary school pupil or teacher interested in finding out more about the European Union and what it does for you?

If so, click the links below to find out some fun facts about Europe:

Europa: Teachers’ Corner: Up to 9 Years:

Europa Teachers Corner: 9-12 years

Europa Go – Website with information and games about the EU

Let’s Explore Europe:

Secondary School

Are you a secondary school pupil or teacher interested in finding out more about the European Union and what it does for you?

If, so click the links below to find out some fun facts about Europe:

Europa: Key Facts and Figures about Europe and the Europeans;

Europa: Teachers’ Corner: 12 to 15 Years:

Europa: Teachers’ Corner: 15 + Years:

The EU at a glance:  an information source with interesting facts about the EU;

Third Level

Are you a third level student interested in finding out more about Europe?

If so, then click the following links;

Europa: Gateway to the European Union;

Europa: Panorama of the European Union;

The EU at a glance: an information source with interesting facts about the EU;

The European Parliament: Fact Sheets on the European Union;

European Lifelong Learning Programme: Including Erasmus

The European Movement Ireland is a voluntary organisation that explains the work of the European Union in a jargon-free way.

The Green Book: a guide to being an Irish stagiaire in Brussels (link)

What is a ‘stagiaire’? ‘Stagiaire’ is the French word for ‘intern’, it is a phrase commonly heard in the Brussels Institutions. If you are interested in becoming one, click here

Euro barometer: The European Commission Public Opinion: Eurobarometer Surveys;

The Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) is Ireland’s leading European and International affairs policy analysis think tank and is an independent, not-for-profit organization with charitable status.

The Department of Foreign Affairs also has a useful website that acts a resource for information on the EU. It is called eumatters.com and it focuses on the effect the EU has on Ireland specifically.

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