Europe at Work

In Europe at Work the students must negotiate a directive. The EU-Commission, member states, parliament, special interests and the media all wrestle for new rules about the freedom of movement for the workforce. All students get a role and are supported by the platform.  

You will need:

  • 70-200 students

  • 5 hours

  • Computers or tablets for everyone

  • 3 teachers

When you have played Europe at Work, round off and reflect in Part 3: Europe Alive - 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