Try out online game EUcraft – figure out how EU Council works
January 24, 2023

Try out online game EUcraft – figure out how EU Council works

On the occasion of the International Day of Education, the EU has launched an online game, EUcraft, simulating the work of the EU Council.

The game is one of the EU’s free educational resources available online. 

By playing the game – alone or with friends – you can understand from your desk how negotiations and agreements are made in the Council of the European Union.

This tool can be particularly interesting and useful for citizens of EU accession candidate countries and those who have gained a European perspective, including Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.

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Press release

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Statement on International Day of Education


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