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Europe Day celebration

The commemorations of the Europe Day can no longer be about the Continent’s past

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Protest Movements around the World

Infographic: A Year in Protest

Technology has provided new tools and a new level of organization and activity to protest movements

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This map about vegetarian restaurants in Europe has been made by Jakub Marian (Jakubmarian.com)

Vegetarian Restaurants in Europe

Number of vegetarian restaurants per 1,000,000 inhabitants

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Robert Schuman - one of the Founding Fathers of the European Union

Review: Pour l’Europe, by Robert Schuman

A European book written more than 50 years ago, yet more current than ever.

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Commission VP Georgieva welcomes OneEurope initiative

Commission VP Georgieva welcomes OneEurope initiative

On Europe Day Commission Vice-President Kristalina Georgieva sent OneEurope a message of support!

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The Schuman Declaration

The Schuman Declaration

The full text of the document that laid the foundations of the European Coal and Steel Community, the early predecessor of the European Union.

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Europe Day celebrates Peace and Unity in Europe

Happy Europe Day!

On 9 May 2015 the European Union celebrates Europe Day.

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Flags of the Member States of the European Union

Euro Quiz

Do you think you know Europe? Are you a novice or an EU guru? Test your knowledge of the European Union with our Europe Day quiz!

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9 May. 9 Facts. Europe Day.

9 May. 9 Facts. Europe Day.

Happy Europe Day!

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A veteran of WWII telling his story to a child in Russia.

70th Anniversary of the Victory over Nazi Germany in World War II

Russia is holding today a major military parade in the center of Moscow, which marks the 70th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany in World War II

by Natalia Ghincul on

Europe Day saw the start of a long process of European Integration

Europe Day must give back meaning to the EU

The European Union needs a new narrative and more legitimacy.

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Flag of the European Union

The European Dream on Europe Day

Celebrating the great union of the European peoples

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Journalists under attack

Is this world a safer place for journalists?

World Press Freedom Day 2015

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Designer/Cartographer: Johanna Roto

Today's task: Find national borders!

GDP Aggregations in the EU ignore the nation state

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The signing of the Lisbon Treaty in 2007.

The Long Portuguese Accession Process

Ahead of Europe Day, Fabio Paulos reflects on Portugal's complex process of joining the European Economic Community, and maps some of the country's key contributions to developing the European community and fostering European integration.

by Fábio Lopes Paulos on

A voice in Europe

A voice in Europe

European Wide-Unemployment Insurance

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Traditional Hats and Caps across Europe

Traditional Hats and Caps across Europe

European Lifestyle

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Jean Monnet and Robert Schuman

The Two Founding Fathers

Every year on the 9th May, we find ourselves celebrating Europe Day. It was 65 years ago that the French foreign minister Robert Schuman presented the Schuman Declaration, which would lead to the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community. In other words the predecessor to today’s European Union. Even if Europe Day is also referred to as Schuman Day, there was another political figure, who played an equally important role, if not even more in some cases, in the new venture.

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EU Flagship Initiatives

Europe 2020 - A Time to Heal

Why tackling health and social inequalities is important for the EU 2015-2020

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World's economies in 2050

The world's economy in 2050

The economic "world order" will be slightly different to what we have now

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More Solidarity across Europe

More Solidarity across Europe

Mare Nostrum - Migration

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Remembrance Day (De Nationale Dodenherdenking) in the Netherlands on May 4

A Plea for Remembering and Celebrating

It has been seventy years since the last all-encompassing war in Europe came to end. Seventy years! In the Netherlands, the tradition to commemorate all civilians and members of the armed forces of the Kingdom of the Netherlands of World War II is annually held on May 4.

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Sharing Communities are becoming more popular

Infographic: The rise of the shared economy

Sharing Schemes are gaining ground

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This map of number of seats in national parliaments has been made by Jakub Marian (Jakubmarian.com)

Total Number of Seats in National Parliaments

This map shows the total number of seats in some European national parliaments

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the refugee crisis on the Mediterranean

Lives continue to be lost in the Mediterranean Sea

Human rights groups criticised European leaders’ plan to deal with the migration in the Mediterranean

by Susana Santos Faria on

Hagia Sophia, a landmark of Istanbul

Once Erasmus, Forever Erasmus: A Portuguese Erasmus Experience in Istanbul

A personal account of one of our Portuguese writer's Erasmus adventure in Istanbul

by Fábio Lopes Paulos on

7,000 Years of History

7,000 Years of History

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Horizon 2020

British Universities – Closer to the EU?

OneEurope contributor Ana Oliveira reports from a recent networking event with prominent British university leaders and senior EU officials hosted by the British Embassy in Brussels.

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The European Neighborhood Policy (ENP)

The European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) – where is the EU heading with this?

As it is commonly noted that the European Union is known for its unique supranational structure, the commitment to pursue European values and interests and its urge to be highly influential and significant internationally. With its enlargement in 2004 it has shown many states that the EU is not stopping and is planning to move further ahead, including all areas which are thought to be important and worth its attention.

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European Agenda on Security

European Agenda on Security

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