Secondary school students can take a crash course in European lawmaking as they negotiate new legislation for the European Union. The Role-Play Game is designed for groups of secondary school students aged from 14 to 18+ and takes place at the Parlamentarium in Brussels. Divided into imaginary political groups, students become Members of the European Parliament and learn to negotiate between themselves to build the future they want. Players must work together and make difficult decisions as they tackle issues such as water scarcity and the implications of technological advances. The Role-Play Game aims to show how EU legislation is created, from consulting interest groups and forming alliances to negotiating with other institutions and speaking to the media.
Themes : Citizenship - Languages - Europe
Duration : 2h30
Language Spoken : bg,cs,da,de,el,en,es,et,fi,fr,ga,hr,hu,it,lt,lv,mt,nl,pl,pt,ro,sk,sl,sv
Participants : 16 à 32
Visit resources : Available to download on the Parlamentarium's website.
Picknick : Possibilité de pique-nique sur place moyennant un achat boisson ou formule à 6 euros avec un sandwich, une bouteille d'eau et un dessert.