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How the European Union is helping Startups

How the European Union is helping Startups

The European Commission sees the recalibration of the European measure of success, to include entrepreneurship, as the catalysis for a European ecosystem.

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Security and Data Privacy

Security and Data Privacy

Passenger Name Record

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Coffee consumption trends identified by Euromonitor International

Coffee Consumption on the Rise in Europe

by Ann Nasser on

What is the meaning of aquaculture?

What is the meaning of aquaculture?

An infographic with the principal points about what imply the aquaculture factory

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The Global Gender Gap Report 2015

The Global Gender Gap Report 2015

Empowering Women

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Young Greek Students on the frontline of Europe's refugee crisis

Young Greek Students on the frontline of Europe's refugee crisis

"What is remarkable is the fact that the local people, despite their limited time due to work and family engagements, are attuned to the situation and constantly try to meet the needs of the refugees, offering any help (material or psychological) they can."

by Yiannis Piliouras on

Paris 2015. UN Climate Change Conference

Beyond Meat – A Climatarian Solution to a Burgeoning Reliance on Ruminant Meat

This week’s COP-21 climate summit in Paris is history in the making; leaders from over 190 countries meet to set out a plan to tackle the climate challenges which face our developing world. Records have already been broken in over 10 countries, record marches in the UK and Australia; 22,000 pairs of shoes, including the Pope Francis’ and the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in place of a 400,000 strong march in France - the world’s attention is firmly set on Paris. I ask what shape will progress take?

by Asher Simpson on

Europe's Least Tolerated Minorities

Europe's Least Tolerated Minorities

Negative Impression

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demonstation

Kosovo opposition parties react to government’s political reforms

by Klaudjo Kavaja on

European Stereotypes in 1914

Europe according to Austria-Hungary in 1914

European stereotypes in the old times..

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The Spread of the Gospel

The Spread of the Gospel

Christianity and Islam

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sunset in Amsterdam

21st century fairy tales

European monarchies

by Bella Felix on

The inside beauty of children with Down Syndrome

The inside beauty of children with Down Syndrome

Capturing art and innocence

by Erisa Kreshpa on

A Short Analysis of the Refugee Crisis in the Context of Immigration Law

A Short Analysis of the Refugee Crisis in the Context of Immigration Law

Interview with Professor Peter Rodrigues

by Jakub Ciesielczuk on

Infographic: Do You Believe in Modern Slavery?

Infographic: Do You Believe in Modern Slavery?

The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery

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Fight against terrorism in Europe: What about military spending?

Fight against terrorism in Europe: What about military spending?

In Europe about $136 billion per year were spent on security. But the numbers will grow undoubtedly as the amount of threats is also escalating.

by Natasha Xagorari on

Horizon 2020 in the Environment, Climate Action, Resource Efficiency & Raw Materials

Horizon 2020 in the Environment, Climate Action, Resource Efficiency & Raw Materials

An infographic with the points in wich the Horizon 2020 is focus in this field

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Energy usage in Europe

Why Must We Harmonize?

The European Union Policy on Energy

by Robin Alves on

Migration crisis

Migration crisis

European Unity is Under Strain

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The Role of Regions

The Role of Regions

EU Affairs

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Infographic: About Nuclear Power

Infographic: About Nuclear Power

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Infographic: How Ocean Pollution Affects Humans

Infographic: How Ocean Pollution Affects Humans

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UN Green Line, Nicosia, Cyprus

The Cyprus Issue; a matter of schedule or a matter of understanding the history and going further?

New negotiations create new opportunities and challenges.

by Leonidas Asimakopoulos on

Reason to Keep Calm, Despite the Terror

Reason to Keep Calm, Despite the Terror

You cannot fight terror with terror.

by Klaudjo Kavaja on

What the illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing is?

What the illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing is?

The concept and principal information about a very serious problem in our seas

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Air Travel

Air Travel

Passenger Traffic in 2014

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Paris attacks

Nelson's Column stands with France: Lessons from the Paris Attacks

The attacks on Paris of November 13th will have extremely long-lasting effects on Europe, and could be a turning point in the war against ISIS (very much depending on developments that take place over the next few days).

by Jorge Jesus on

Russian warplane shot down

Russian warplane shot down by Turkey

Russian warplanes are violating the NATO airspace for months

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The EU's Emissions Trading System

The EU's Emissions Trading System

Make it cheaper to go green

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Infographic: Gasoline Prices in EU

Infographic: Gasoline Prices in EU

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