The Erasmus+ team in each school will select the most suitable candidates from the age group 15-18 years-old. To achieve our goals we are planning a project in which the students learn to decode “fake news”, work as a European network, learn to apply 21st century skills (e.g. media literacy) and raise their awareness of being a part of the European community. We want to bring them together to dispute “alternative facts” and produce a European online magazine in which they write articles, essays, blogs, etc. and describe how they revealed and exposed the truth behind “fake news”. The expected content of the written products should show how Europe could be if our shared European beliefs and values were disregarded and neglected. The content will tackle topics from different areas like e.g. “economy”, “politics”, “religion”, “art”, “music”, etc. in every single year of the project the students will deal with different topics in order to achieve a wide range of results. The activities will be organized in the following way: Each exchange week has workshops, in which we have different activities leading up to our end product. They include teaching and dissemination activities. Details can be found in the Learning, Teaching, Training section. Students will develop their knowledge by dealing with information from different sources (e.g. articles, blogs, comments) They will learn which different views on Europe exist. Students and teachers will improve their English skills, develop social skills and capacity for teamwork by working in international groups. Furthermore, students will increase their abilities in self-evaluation and peer evaluation. By researching for and producing the online-magazine they will improve their abilities to decipher information (“fake news”). Lastly, by coping with different sources of information students and teachers will form out a nuanced and self-conscious attitude towards the European future and its challenges.