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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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Paul Murphy

Is a European Federation the solution to Europe’s woes? Can the European Left play a more decisive role in European politics?

Is a European Federation the solution to Europe’s woes? Can the European Left play a more decisive role in European politics?

Christos Mouzeviris on

How long will this building remain a symbol for the EU?

The road diverging from Strasbourg

The campaign of the movement Single Seat is growing stronger but is still facing challenges

Casper Ravnsted-Larsen on

Political System of the European Union

European Parliament Powers after the Lisbon Treaty

The European Parliament - the only directly elected institution of the EU - has nowadays stronger powers in the decision-making process

Desislava Slavcheva on

National flags are united in diversity too.

Are European elections a barometer of the euro-skepticism in Europe?

The participation rate in the European elections has gradually declined often attributed to the lack of understanding of the EU

Dr. Loredana Patrutiu Baltes on

European elections 2014 - The Official Video

European elections 2014 - The Official Video

The European Parliament has launched an information campaign to raise awareness of the European elections coming up. 

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How much do you know about the EU?

How much do you know about the EU?

One of the most common arguments of the Euro-skeptics is that the EU is a corrupt and undemocratic block

Christos Mouzeviris on

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

Christos Mouzeviris on

National politicians versus European ones

National politicians versus European ones

European politicians need to become more accessible to the public

Christos Mouzeviris on

How to deal with ethics and transparency in the EU

How to deal with ethics and transparency in the EU

In the context of financial crisis, the stakes of lobbying are higher than ever, so the decision making needs safeguards to ensure transparency and integrity

Dr. Eva Peña on

European Parliament in Strasbourg (left) and Brussels (right)

Voices for a single seat are getting louder

The Lisbon treaty opened for serious debate on the Strasbourg issue

Casper Ravnsted-Larsen on

In game theory, choosing the lesser of two evils will always result in something worse.

The Tiny Trillion - Explaining the EU Budget Dilemma by Means of Game Theory

With methods of game theory, it can be explained why the EU's budget is by far too small, and why a compromise is so difficult to reach.

Jan Ottrand on

"Not in my name", say a growing number of Europeans regarding decisions taken by the EP and the EU.

How democratically legitimate is the European Parliament?

Even the most democratic body in the EU lacks legitimacy and in any event is arguably the least influential.

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Democracy is an irrelevant idea if it lacks it’s main ingredient - you

Why it is important to keep voting in the European Parliament elections

Democracy in the western world and Europe, is one of our fundamental assets, the spine cord of our civilization and the pride of our culture.

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