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Teach the Future Europe is a European foundation in the Netherlands that stimulates future thinking in education. They conduct research about the possibilities and impact of future thinking, develop classroom materials and teacher programs, collect and translate related existing materials, support and promote the idea, and assist and support policy makers.

The publishing house Columbus has more than 30 years experience in publishing textbooks for secondary education. Columbus was founded by the 'Danish Association of Teachers in Social Sciences (FALS)' and are hence specialized in textbooks for social sciences and history. Columbus hosts several digital platforms with teaching materials, courses and tools for exam preparations for both students and teachers.

Institut für Didaktik der Demokratie is part of University of Hannover with around 21.000 students enrolled and 1.300 staff. The overall aim of the Research Group Civic Education is to enable both young people and adults to acquire key skills and competences necessary for active citizenship and participation at all levels of social and political life. We have a strong record in developing innovative approaches to teaching and learning, including various projects that apply, adapt and test – in concrete learning situations – tools and policy approaches. 

Dansk Kommunikation has developed the concept of Computer Assisted Simulation in Education, CASE. Our main experience lies within teaching materials on global and local political structures and advanced webtech that supports inclusive political processes. The goal of enabling young people to become more active citizens is seen in many of our projects.

Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft für politisch-kulturelle Bildung, Brandenburg e.V. is a non-profit third sector organization and provides civic, human rights and cultural education. Its guiding principle is to contribute to social cohesion in the German Federal State of Brandenburg, Germany, Europe and worldwide. LAG functions as an umbrella organization for 36 member organizations. Through its own educational activities as well as those of its member organizations, the LAG Brandenburg reaches several thousand learners of all ages every year.

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Europe Alive is an innovative learning method that allows high school students to experience directly how European cooperation works.

From Spring 2020, it is offered free of charge to high schools in Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands. 

For more information, contact Dansk Kommunikation at dakom@dakom.dk.