Below are a few links to some websites you may find useful:
European Parliament is the official website for the European Parliament.
European Commission provides information about all aspects of the EU including news, policy briefs and discussions about the future of Europe.
Europe Direct answers general questions relating to the EU.
Your Europe Advice offers basic legal advice on specific cases involving EU law and can advise you on national laws in relevant EU countries that relate to your situation.
SOLVIT provides help where EU member states have not implemented EU law properly.
Your Voice in Europe is the European Commission's "single access point" to a wide variety of consultations, discussions and other tools which enable you to play an active role in the European policy-making process.
UK European Consumer Centre offers free and impartial advice and assistance in cross-border European disputes between consumers and traders.
Your Europe provides help and advice on traveling and working in Europe.
European Voluntary Service supports participation in various forms of voluntary activities, both within and outside the European Union.
Erasmus+ enables higher education students to study or work abroad as part of their degree.
European Youth Portal provides information and opportunities for young people across Europe.
The European Youth Card gives young people discounts on culture, accommodation, travel and shopping throughout Europe.
EUobserver is an independent online newspaper reporting on the European Union.
EurActiv is the main European media network.
European Youth Parliament is the official website for the European Youth Parliament.
Socialists & Democrats is the official website for the Socialists & Democrats group in the European Parliament.