From Program Info
Wikis have been created for 21 European countries. In addition there is a general wiki for matters concerning more than one country, as well as non-EU countries.
Translating wikis from other languages
Most wikis have been set up in the official language of the country in question. However, even if you do not know this language, you can get a good idea of the material in other wikis by using "Google translate". The translation will not always be accurate, but it should suffice for many purposes.
Here's how to use this facility. Open a new browser window for "Google translate" by clicking here. Then go to the wiki of another country by clicking on the list below and copy the url (web address) of its main page. Go to "Google translate" and paste this url in the window. The source language will be recognised automatically and the whole web page will appear in the language of your choice. The links on the translated page will work normally and will take you to translated versions of other pages, as though the whole wiki were written in your language!
Tip: add "Google translate" to your favourites so that you can open it easily.
List of all country wikis (* = under construction)
General wiki (for issues that are not specific to one particular country, and for non-European countries)
More countries may be added as the project proceeds.