Europe Alive

Is an educational package in three parts.

Part one introduces the legislative proces of the EU. Part two gives students a chance to experience the process through the simulation game Europe at Work. Part three facilitates reflection in the classroom.

If you want to know more about the teachers' role in Europe Alive, find the teacher manual here:

Before the game day, it is important that you find a gamemaster. Find the manual here:

The game Europe at Work simulates labour market legislation in the EU. It takes 5 hours and can be played with 70-200 students.  


Europe at Work is free of charge, but must be booked 30 days before the game day.

We offer IT-support on the day at 260 euro. 

If you want to play Europe at Work, write us a message with your school, the day you want to play and the number of students. 

We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Part one: The EU legislation proces

Part two: Europe at Work

Part three: Afterwork


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