Welcome to EU Learning, a website hosted by the Centre for European Studies at Carleton University
This website serves as a learning tool for students, providing information and resources on topics relating to Canada and the European Union.
Designed with the Ontario secondary school curriculum in mind, this website complements students’ learning by focusing on subject matter that is linked to, but extends beyond, what is covered in the classroom. It also provides valuable resources and suggested discussion topics, topics for Independent Study Units (ISUs) and extra classroom activities. For an overview of the site and its contents, please visit the Introduction section.
For the period 2019-2021, the EU Learning Project “Studying EU in Canadian High Schools” is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and by Carleton University.
Thursday, June 18, 2020
High School Law Class Learns About EU Refugees and Migrants
A classroom hosted online this week featured a Carleton doctoral student in Law and Legal Studies making a presentation on refugees and migrants in the European Union (EU) and leading a discussion...
A classroom hosted online this week featured a Carleton doctoral student in Law and Legal Studies making a presentation on refugees and migrants in the European Union (EU) and leading a discussion with a group of high school students enrolled in a law class. Students provided with case studies and scenarios discussed how to...