Do you want to discover the EU's activities in employment, social affairs, education, training, youth and research? Then join our stand and play with us the "Learning and working in Europe" game. Discover the opportunities the EU offers you to learn, train, study, work or volunteer at home or in another country. The game can be played by young people and adults and every participant gets a picture with him and his family at the photo-box. There is also a 'Europa-quiz' for children between 6-14 years of age where our little visitors can win a prize. And if you do not want to play a game or quiz, find out what two Belgian projects supported by the European Social Fund do to promote young people's professional training and insertion into the labour market.
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