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The Parliament Near You

The Parliament Near You

United in Diversity!

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Security and Data Privacy

Security and Data Privacy

Passenger Name Record

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Data Protection

Data Protection

Social Media Users

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Europe's Public Administrations

Europe's Public Administrations

How to e-modernise it?

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A 'thank you' message written by a Syrian refugee in Vienna's Westbahnhof

What has the immigration crisis taught us about Europe?

After spending time in Vienna’s Westbahnhof OneEurope guest contributor Anna Wilson reflects on what the refugee crisis is revealing about Europe.

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20 Years of Schengen

20 Years of Schengen

United in Diversity!

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This Infographic about Smoking in Europe and the world, has been created by the European Parliament.

Infographic: Europeans Smoke The Most

Europe leads the world in smoking

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How I Imagine Europe in 2030

How I Imagine Europe in 2030

The defining trait of European countries ever since the end of WWII has been cooperation –to effectively move together towards common goals that interest Europe as a whole.

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"My homeland is Portuguese Language", Fernando Pessoa

The importance of the Língua Portuguesa as a basis for cooperation between Portuguese speaking countries

On the 27th of June the Portuguese language (Língua Portuguesa) celebrated 800 years that marked the date of the oldest document in Portuguese language (1214).

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A Melting Pot – Why Not?

A Melting Pot – Why Not?

“We must go back to teach Europeans to love Europe.”

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Do you think the process of electing European Commissioners is appropriate?

Infographic: How to appoint a European Commissioner

After the stressful election of a President of the European Commission, the EU can now focus on selecting the European Commissioners.

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David Cameron as an obstacle for democracy?

David Cameron as an obstacle for democracy?

Refusing the appointment of Jean-Claude Juncker as the President of the European Commission, British Prime Minister has a clear position on the European Union: open, flexible, competitive union, but with lack of democracy.

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Young Europeans Startup - Project Meeting in Patras

Young Europeans Startup - Project Meeting in Patras

Overview of the 3rd Project Meeting in Patras

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Classical Liberal Flemish Students' Association

Classical Liberal Flemish Students' Association

Strong liberal movement in Belgium set up by LVSV, Classical Liberal Flemish Students' Association

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Donetsk citizens surrounding and protecting the statue of Lenin after pro-Russian TV broadcasted the news that Right Sector was coming to destroy it.

Donetsk should not be separated from Ukraine - we are one country!

One Europe's reporter Julián Péter interviewed a Ukrainian student about the situation in Ukraine and the perspectives of its solution

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Mais non? Is French the silliest European accent?

Mais non? Is French the silliest European accent?

Mais non. Aber nein. Det passer ikke. Surely not. These are just some of the reactions you would likely encounter in a discussion of the best / worst / funniest / silliest accents found in Europe.

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The television propaganda in Greece after the European elections

The television propaganda in Greece after the European elections

Greek far-right politicians don't want to accept their loss at the recent elections

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The invasion of the Portuguese delegation on China

The invasion of the Portuguese delegation on China

Portugal and China tightens its relations

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About the Voting Guide: AEGEE

About the Voting Guide: AEGEE

The guide is made by young people for young people – voters, and it is aimed at raising their knowledge on different aspects of the EU.

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Statistics of emigration from Eastern Partnership countries

Statistics of emigration from Eastern Partnership countries

Where are you going Eastern Partners?

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Why should Martin Schulz be the next president of the European Commission?

Why should Martin Schulz be the next president of the European Commission?

For Martin Schulz to become the next president of the EC, he must embody the new vision of Europe that will bring citizens back in.

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European elections: candidates need to convince citizens that their voice counts

European elections: candidates need to convince citizens that their voice counts

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Mladiinfo International - The New Partner of OneEurope

Mladiinfo International - The New Partner of OneEurope

OneEurope is very happy to introduce: Mladiinfo International - Your Link to Free Education

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Summer is slowly taking over!

Summer is slowly taking over!

Summer is slowly taking over

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OneEurope Crowdfunding Campaign: today is the last day!

OneEurope Crowdfunding Campaign: today is the last day!

Take your chance to support OneEurope!

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European Gender pay gap

European Gender pay gap

Tackling the gender pay gap in Europe

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Grey areas of democracy: when law and order push the limits

Grey areas of democracy: when law and order push the limits

The recurrent cases of immigrant parents losing the custody over their children raised questions of civil rights and democracy.

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The European Elections 2014 in a Nutshell

The European Elections 2014 in a Nutshell

European Elections are coming up! Many call for changes in EU institutions and policies: these concerned citizens should vote next May, for change!

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OneEurope visits European Parliament in Brussels

OneEurope visits European Parliament in Brussels

Getting inspiration from the centre of European democracy

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So many wishes!

What would YOU do if you were leading the European Union?

The statement "One country for all", which we received in several languages, displays the growth of pro-European attitudes among citizens.

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