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Progress The PROGRESS programme is a financial instrument supporting the development and coordination of EU policy in the following five areas: ■Employment ■Social inclusion and social protection ■Working conditions ■Anti-discrimination ■Gender equality PROGRESS is open to: ■EU countries ■Candidate countries and potential candidate countries ■EFTA/EEA countries (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein

EUROPA - Website by the European Union with plenty of games and quizzes for different age levels. 12+ is rather advanced.

Inspirerend lesmateriaal over de Europese Unie. Of u uw leerlingen nu wilt uitleggen wat de EU doet, hoe de EU is ontstaan en hoe de EU werkt, of het EU-beleid tot in detail wilt bespreken: hier vindt u genoeg inspiratie voor alle leeftijdsgroepen.

European Union Lesson Plans: Secondary Level This modular series of EU lesson plans was prepared by the European Union Delegation to the United States. The lessons are designed to support History and Social Sciences curricula in the United States for grades 9-12 and can be adapted for middle school students.

The working hours are short and the GDP sky high: Germany by numbers--a look inside Europe's economic powerhouse

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Germany: The Reluctant Hegemon, The Economist 2013. If Europe’s economies are to recover, Germany must start to lead.

Germany; total area: 137,846 sq mi (357,021 sq km) Population (2012 est.): 81,305,856 (growth rate: –0.2%); life expectancy: 80.19 Capital and largest city (2009 est.): Berlin (capital since Oct. 3, 1990), 3.438.In 1438, Albert of Hapsburg became emperor, and for the next several centuries the Hapsburg line ruled the Holy Roman Empire until its decline in 1806. Other large cities: Hamburg, 1.786 million; Munich, 1.349; Cologne, 1.001 million.BIBLE IN MY LANGUAGE

Map of the cities belonging to the Hanseatic League (Europe, c. 13th to 17th centuries).