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Cherian Grundmann and Ivan Botoucharov, Co-Founders & Co-Presidents of OneEurope

2015: Will Europe learn to lead?

An overview of the challenges which emerged in 2014 and Europe's response in 2015.

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Nationalist parties across Europe gained many seats in the recent European Parliament elections.

Greece - The Ancient Pioneer of Multiculturalism

Athens is now a battleground of nationalism versus more liberal ideas, however it was once the root of Stoicism and cosmopolitanism.

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The European Youth Event is organized by the European Parliament and took place from 9-11 May in Strasbourg.

The European Youth Legacy

The European Youth Event generated some good recommendations for the European Union, but will they be taken into account?

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Not a Lot at the Ballot

Not a Lot at the Ballot

Slovakia reached a record-breaking low election turnout– only 13% of all registered voters turned up - the lowest attendance in all of the EU.

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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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European Elections: A European Tragedy?

Europe is not only moving Right, it is moving right, left and centre.

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Elections for the European Parliament: Portugal

Elections for the European Parliament: Portugal

The high rate of abstention is a warning signal of Portuguese people's disinterest for the European Union.

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European Parliament Elections in Austria

European Parliament Elections in Austria

"The current political scene in Austria allows a wider room for debating European issues."

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EU Elections 2014: Slovakia

EU Elections 2014: Slovakia

In Slovakia the European Parliament election on May 24th was widely regarded as a farce

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Interview With Borislav Sandov Green MEP candidate in Bulgaria

Interview With Borislav Sandov Green MEP candidate in Bulgaria

“The real solutions for independence are not connected with a change of the suppliers, but with the production of more renewable energy.”

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Interview with Bengt Beier - Candidate MEP in Austria

Interview with Bengt Beier - Candidate MEP in Austria

"I am a European federalist, because I believe Europe needs more democracy – and not because it needs more powers."

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Interview with Angel Dzhambazki MEP candidate

Interview with Angel Dzhambazki MEP candidate

“The resolution for the human rights of the third gender is absolutely an unacceptable targeting of humanity against nature.”

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Interview with Pietro De Matteis - Candidate MEP in Belgium

Interview with Pietro De Matteis - Candidate MEP in Belgium

"If you don't vote, you give more voice to extremists. To those which are moved by the wish to destroy the present and not to build a better future."

Andreea Anastasiu on

Interview with Molly Scott Cato by Yuliya Kosharevska

Interview with Molly Scott Cato by Yuliya Kosharevska

“Most of the major parties are just excepting the negative stories about the EU. We want to challenge that.”

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Sir Graham Watson MEP: "Over 3 million jobs in the UK depend on trade with the EU"

Sir Graham Watson MEP: "Over 3 million jobs in the UK depend on trade with the EU"

"It is vital for our police and judges to cooperate with their counterparts across Europe in order to fight cross-border crime."

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Catherine Bearder MEP: "If you don't vote then others will, and they will end up speaking for you."

Catherine Bearder MEP: "If you don't vote then others will, and they will end up speaking for you."

Nationalist parties are emerging across Europe and in the UK particularly, the debate has become one of whether we should continue to remain in the EU

Andreea Anastasiu on

Jean Lambert MEP at a London rally calling for a new green climate revolution.

Interview with Jean Lambert MEP - London's Green MEP since 1999

"Being able to contribute to the EU, a project that has brought great stability to Europe, is very gratifying."

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Jean-Claude Juncker on  top of the EU Commission? No thanks!

Jean-Claude Juncker on top of the EU Commission? No thanks!

The EPP has made a European veteran their top candidate. It is questionable though if the much needed change in the EU can be achieved with Juncker.

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What role does social media play in the European Elections?

What role does social media play in the European Elections?

The European Elections are a key event, and Social Media is playing a great role.

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5 key European parties state their priorities for the European elections

5 key European parties state their priorities for the European elections

See the debate on “How will the new European Parliament make a difference?”

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The future of Europe is in our hands

The future of Europe is in our hands

The future of Europe is in our hands

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The European Parliament in Strasbourg

Controversy of Strasbourg to remain a seat of European Parliament

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Elections on the way!

Elections on the way!

What is the future of Europe after the coming elections?

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The "Y Vote 2014" Project of AEGEE-Europe encourages you to vote!

The "Y Vote 2014" Project of AEGEE-Europe encourages you to vote!

Y Vote 2014 organizes youth conventions, bus tours, training events & local activities throughout Europe to raise awareness of the European elections.

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Why have barriers when voting for the EP?

Why have barriers when voting for the EP?

During the last European Parliament elections, I wanted to exercise my democratic right and vote. But at the last minute, I found out that I could not

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