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Digital Competences and ICT Skills
Stereotypes are meant to be funny, not offensive
While governments and institutions are often not doing enough to assist refugees, many citizens have been pro-actively helping in many ways.
EU Aid Volunteers come back to base!
The infographic explains the pros and cons of improving the eIDAS regulation for businesses using electronic identification means and trust services. The gains can be enormous for them and lead …
Cheaper and safer online payments
This infographic gives a brief overview of regulatory action taken in the EU over the last few years. Highlights include the creation of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), …
Ending Travel Package Nightmares
Taxation in the EU
Social Media Users
With the EU average at 10.8%, the graphic clearly demonstrates which countries are most affected by the unemployment crisis. In the top left of the graph, Greece, Spain and Croatia …
How many children women in Europe have? Is "Baby bust" possible if we look at the latest data on the ideal family size?
On 5 October 2015 England introduced a 5p (7 cents) charge for plastic bags in an effort to minimise its impact on the environment, reduce litter and protect wildlife. An average …
With Parental Consent
Boosting Card Payments
We're not called "The old continent" for nothing...
Europe 2020, an EU strategy for jobs and smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, is based on five headline targets which are measured by different indicators.
How to e-modernise it?
Interview with Valerio De Molli, Managing Partner of “The European House – Ambrosetti" about his perspective on the future of the alliance of BRICS and the role of Germany in the world.
Europeans like the green spaces.
Britain's Place in Europe
The state between the "National" and the "Supranational"
Top Univesities by Region
Circular Economy by Using Raw Materials
Fancy a bike ride? Then head to one of Europe's best cities for cycling!
The Reunification of Germany reminds Europe important it is to be united
Professor Giancarlo Elia Valori discusses the potential outcomes of the Syrian crisis.
Are Young Europeans Doomed to a Life of Internships?