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GMO Legislation

GMO Legislation

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Top 10 countries protecting their environment

Top 10 countries protecting their environment

A healthy environment is the base for a wealthy society in the 21st century

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Labour Mobility in the EU: a Tale of Two Streams

Labour Mobility in the EU: a Tale of Two Streams

Analysing Current Trends Across the EU Workforce - Guest Article from Matthias Busse, Mikkel Barslund

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European Union membership in figures by CBI

EU membership in figures in the UK

The benefits of the EU membership outweigh its costs in the United Kingdom

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COP21 in Paris

The European Union has the keys for success of the COP21

A few months before the 21th Conference of Parties (COP21) is taking place in Paris, nearly 200 countries will try to enact a common agreement for the climate. If the effects of climate change become increasingly worrisome, Europe is ambitious. In international negotiations where agreements are decided unanimously, the EU must convince. For France, the host country, there are political and geopolitical issues. France is counting on the EU to assume the leadership and reconcile the divergent interests. An actual challenge.

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Albanian Sworn Virgin

Child Marriage in Europe and the Sworn Virgins of Northern Albania

Highlighting the human rights abuses that still exist in Europe today

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Social Exclusion in Europe

Infographic: Social Exclusion in Europe

Many Europeans are threatened by poverty

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There is only 1 EU member state in the top 10 countries with the highest percentage of female managers - Latvia at number 7.

Women should be at the centre of the future of the EU

Europe needs to lead by example in Gender Equality

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Is this the European Way to GO?

Is this the European Way to GO?

Fortress Hungary

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Infographic by the British Influence reveals the regional differences for the EU membership.

Britain supports EU membership

The latest polls reveal how the British people continue to support the EU.

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The European Dream and a new Ellis Island

The European Dream and a new Ellis Island

by Leonidas Asimakopoulos on

Infographic: Ending Poverty

Infographic: Ending Poverty

Millenium Development Goals about to expire

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integrating immigrants

The proposals of ALDE for a better migration policy within the EU

In order to solve the crisis there is a need for more voices to reach Brussels. For that reason ALDE has worked out the following proposals.

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Main European Migration Routes

Detections of Illegal Border Crossings

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Someone is taking a bribe

Italian Corruption

Corruption within Politics

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The Electoral Commission suggests the UK Government to change the referendum question (Source: BBC)

Revising the referendum question

The British Electoral Commission suggests the Government to change the referendum question to avoid bias.

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Top 10 destinations for foreign students

Top 10 destinations for foreign students

Half of them are European

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Only 2 of the top 10 countries for Refugees per Capita are EU Member States. Nevertheless, lacking the experience and united approach in refugee policies, many issues are rising throughout Europe, which will dramatically change our society.

Mass-Migration changing European Society

From enormous fences to far-right violence - the mis-management of migration policy and lack of a coherent and united approach are creating huge issues in European society.

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Seeing the wood for the trees

Seeing the wood for the trees

Europe's Forests

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Germany's value of exports compared to Britain's. Infographic by British Influence.

Making the most out of EU trade

Germany takes advantage of global trade agreements, Britain should do the same

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flags in front of European Parliament building

What it’s really like to work for international organisations – the interns speaking (Part II)

Thousands of young people dream about a career in global institutions. But is an internship the best route into employment there?

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This infographic about paterity has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

Paternity in Europe

Paternity is not well paid everywhere in Europe

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The Spainsh team at work

Defining Europe after Troika. An exchange in Portugal.

A dialogue between the youth of Southern European countries

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flags in front of European Parliament building

What it’s really like to work for international organisations – the interns speaking (Part I)

Thousands of young people dream about a career in global institutions. But is an internship the best route into employment there?

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Prime office rents in Europe

Infographic: Prime Office Rents in Europe

How much is it to rent an office in major European cities?

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Infographic: Communication Through The Ages

Infographic: Communication Through The Ages

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Yanis Varoufakis and Alexis Tsipras

The Greek reality in August beats the suspense of any drama series

There once was a saying that there is no news in August. The Greek reality seems to doubt that saying. August is full of news of critical importance.

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Basketball cadet team players at welcome in Sarajevo

Young basketball team from Bosnia and Herzegovina became a powerful example for the whole country and region

This year the FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship, previously known as FIBA Europe Championship for Cadets, took place in Lithuania, Kaunas. The team from Bosnia and Herzegovina won the golden medal of this prestigious basketball competition.

by Hamza Pecar on

Who is ruling European countries?

Infographic: Leading Parties in European Countries

What do we know about the political preferences of neighbours?

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Greek drama

The tension in Greece is growing

The new parliamentary elections have been already declared for September and following the Greek, as well as the foreign press, there is a growing uncertainty about “what comes next” on all levels.

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