What is special: The materials including instructions (in German) are freely available on the Commission's website! We hope you enjoy trying them out, and we look forward to receiving feedback at email@example.com!
Aim of the Project
To make the institutional processes in the legislation of the European Union understandable in a playful way To pick up especially younger target groups on a topic close to their lives (fake news, hate speech).
pupils, teenagers and young adults
The materials for the simulation game and other exciting modules are freely available on the Commission's website! See text for link.
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