ENISA is preparing to celebrate this year’s Europe Day. For this occasion awareness raising material on cyber security is available online on ENISA’s website. The material includes posters, videos, recommendations, infographics and games.
ENISA cyber awareness material is available here
ENISA cyber awareness material available in Greek
About Europe Day
To celebrate Europe Day, EU institutions open their doors to the public on 2 May in Strasbourg and on 9 May in Brussels and Luxembourg. Local EU offices in Europe and all over the world organise a variety of activities and events for all ages. Each year thousands of people take part in visits, debates, concerts and other events to mark the day and raise awareness about the EU. (Info from Europa website).
Open Day: How has the image of the logo been created
This year's visual for Europe Day and the Open Doors Day of the European institutions is composed from elements of the 28 flags of the European Union Member States. They were separated into pieces and re-assembled into characters with the help of 6-8 year old children in schools in Paris and Brussels.
The series of figures resulting from their creativity, in all shapes, colours and sizes, represent the EU’s diversity, not only within the European Union, but also far beyond, as citizens of the world. In the context of the European Year for Development, this year’s visual for Europe Day symbolises how united we can be in our diversity and highlights the important role played by the European Union in supporting and funding of Development projects in poorer regions of the world.
This year’s visual concept was developed by European Parliament. (Info from the EEAS website)
This year’s Europe Day poster
Previous years’ Europe Day posters
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