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He creates, you mix and we share but ...

He creates, you mix and we share but ...

What are their rights in a digital world?

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Greek PM Alexis Tsipras talking in front of a NO vote rally in Athens

The Greek Referendum: Yes or No?

Europe is Greece and Greece is Europe. Yes or no, Greece's historic referendum will invariably determine Greece's fate within the Union.

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This infographic about the Greek Referendum has been made by The Huffington Post

The Greek Referendum: Oxi or Nai?

Today Greek people are going to the polls

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Why we shouldn’t be scared of Grexit

Why We Shouldn’t Be Scared of Grexit

Grexit, Brexit, Hungexit: the European Union goes through its first serious proof test. We should do our best to keep every member of the Union – but not at any price.

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mHealth - What is it?

eHealth and Ageing

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Erasmus Generation

Erasmus Generation

#ErasmusGeneration

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Europe vs Greece

Greece vs Europe

Greece is now closer than ever to leave the eurozone

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Could Europe Map a New Course on Security and Defence?

Could Europe Map a New Course on Security and Defence?

Has the EU army's time come?

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The European City/Capital of Culture Programme was launched in 1985 and the ECoC title has been awarded to nearly 60 cities in 30 countries.

Research Studies on European Capitals of Culture Programme

Santino Santinelli looks into research on effects of the European Capitals of Culture Programme on economic and cultural developments of selected cities.

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TAXE Committee - Try a Tax Ruling

TAXE Committee - Try a Tax Ruling

Want To AVOID Taxes?

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Europe's Airports

Busiest European Airports

Air Travel in Europe

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EuroParlTV

Empowering Women and Girls

Education & Gender Stereotypes

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

Public WiFi is faster in Europe

Lithuania has the fastest WiFi worldwide

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#BeActive

Let's get Europe active!

Tomorrow starts today!

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EU Data Protection Rules

EU Data Protection Rules

The Right Mix

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Would you eat them?

Would you eat them?

Cloned Animals

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This is why we need the EU

This is why we need the EU

In the next few decades most European countries will be overtaken by the emerging economies

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An Ambitious Target

An Ambitious Target

Powering Europe into the Future

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This infographic about the most dangerous jobs in Europe has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

The most dangerous jobs in Europe

Construction is at the top of this list

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The Turkish Election

Is this the end of the New Turkey?

Turkey held its 24th general election in its history last 7th of June. The new 550 MPs are now part of the 25th Grand National Assembly of Turkey. As expected, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) won the election but for the first time in power they did not achieved majority. A coalition government will now govern Turkey during next years if the parties agree of one. They have 45 days to achieve a consensus before a new elections can be marked.


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A boost to gender equality

A boost to gender equality

In the EU and Beyond

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 Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and leader of the Spanish Podemos party Pablo Iglesias Turrión

The Rise of the Southern European Left

The Podemos Phenomenon- Crisis, Corruption and Austerity and its Political Fallout

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Map of the Turkish elections

Infographic: Turkish Parliamentary Elections 2015

The success of pro-Kurdish party HDP has been a big surprise.

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Victor Ponta

Romanian PM faces protests to resign over corruption allegations

Romanian PM, Victor Ponta, is charged with forgery, money-laundering, conflict of interest and tax evasion.

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The fight to free people from hunger

The fight to free people from hunger

Undernourished people

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law of humanity

Law of Humanity

If Sweden and the EU establish a law of humanity it would give them a more credible and a much stronger voice internationally, and with that voice the ability to put more pressure on the international community to protect individual rights all over the world.

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This infographic about number of colonies of European countries has been made by Jakub Marian (Jakubmarian.com)

Number of Colonies of European Countries in History

The UK has been the European country with the highest number of colonies

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Elections in Turkey

Turkish Elections 2015

The news has thus far been packed with election news from many member states of the European Union. To name but a few: there were recently elections in Greece which saw Tsipras and Syriza take power, in the UK the Conservatives surprised many by winning a majority, and the local Spanish elections have also made the headlines due to the rise in new parties such as the Ciudadanos and Podemos, which have shaken the current ruling axis, it shows that the people of Spain are far from content with the status quo.

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The British EU Referendum will define the future of the UK and of the European Union.

Campaign to keep the UK in the EU

If you think the UK is better off in the EU, check out "Remain Great, Remain In".

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The Story of Human Rights

The Story of Human Rights

Natural Law

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