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Entrepreneurship in Europe: Are You Captain or Sailor?

Entrepreneurship in Europe: Are You Captain or Sailor?

An inspiring guide to aspiring European entrepreneurs

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Thessaloniki - European Youth Capital 2014

Thessaloniki - European Youth Capital 2014

Every year, a European city is awarded the distinguished title of “ European Youth Capital”

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Emily O'Reilly says EU Ombudsman can help SMEs

Emily O'Reilly says EU Ombudsman can help SMEs

Emily O'Reilly speaks about the role of EU Ombudsman helping businesses in their disputes with EU institutions

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How has the Catholic church changed its tone?

How has the Catholic church changed its tone?

"I prefer a church which is bruised, hurting and dirty because it has been out on the streets, rather than a church which is unhealthy from being confined and from …

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How welcoming is your country to foreigners?

How welcoming is your country to foreigners?

Western Europe is generally friendly toward foreigners but, according to the study, not more so than sub-Saharan Africa.

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Culture vs GRisis

Culture vs GRisis

The need of a reformed culture to fight the crisis and walk towards a brighter future.

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2030 Climate and Energy Framework will foster innovation, claims Climate Commissioner Hedegaard

2030 Climate and Energy Framework will foster innovation, claims Climate Commissioner Hedegaard

Commissioner Hedegaard speaks about energy efficiency, renewable energy sectors and job creation in Europe

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Commission proposes to modernise EURES to better match skills and jobs

Commission proposes to modernise EURES to better match skills and jobs

The Commission presents a proposal to modernise the pan-european job search network

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How much time do your countrymen spend on books?

How much time do your countrymen spend on books?

... a survey that included around 30,000 people from countries across the globe and looked at how much time they, on average, spent on reading books.

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How happy are schoolchildren in your country?

How happy are schoolchildren in your country?

Schools and pupils across Europe and the rest of the world were recently put through a slightly different kind of exam than they might be used to.

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The App for Citizens' Initiatives

The App for Citizens' Initiatives

An effective app would only bother users once, send notifications once in a while when new ECI's are available and allow them to sign with one click

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In Focus: The Greek EU Presidency - A New Odyssey

In Focus: The Greek EU Presidency - A New Odyssey

This video takes a look into the Greek Eu Presidency priorities and the difficulties Greece is currently facing

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Working restrictions off for Romanians and Bulgarians starting 2014

Working restrictions off for Romanians and Bulgarians starting 2014

An analysis on inclusion and mobility

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Seeking an exit to unemployment

Seeking an exit to unemployment

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COP19, EU and Climate

COP19, EU and Climate

Marcin Korolec, Polish Secretary of State for Climate discusses the outcome of the COP19 negotiations

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Where do we feel that emotion?

Where do we feel that emotion?

It's often said that you can make decisions with your head or your heart, which is something most of us have experience with, but have you ever thought about where …

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Building European Civil Society - New tools and social media platforms

Building European Civil Society - New tools and social media platforms

On the 12th and 13th of December, the city of Vilnius (Lithuania) hosted the closing conference of the European Citizens' Year.

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What do you call that emotion?

What do you call that emotion?

According to a recent study, there are 1,022,000 words in the English language. Even with this plethora of expressions at our disposal, there are...

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Europeans agree on pineapple vs. ananas - disagree on bears

Europeans agree on pineapple vs. ananas - disagree on bears

As can be seen in these maps, the etymology or certain words is very, very similar across vast expanses of our continent, while others are different

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“We need clear, unambiguous signals from Ukraine”, stresses Commission ahead of European Council

“We need clear, unambiguous signals from Ukraine”, stresses Commission ahead of European Council

Spokeswoman of the Commission, Pia Ahrenkilde Hansen, discusses the Commission's position on the association agreement with Ukraine

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How old is the idea of One Europe?

How old is the idea of One Europe?

As can be seen here, the idea had existed at least since the Middle Ages This map was made Sebastian Münster and published in his Cosmographia in 1570

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Where do we live?

Where do we live?

Today, there are more than seven billion people on the planet. We are, however, not spread evenly across the globe.

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The Erasmus programme: better chances for a better future

The Erasmus programme: better chances for a better future

Education, training and non-formal youth learning are essential in creating jobs and enhancing Europe’s competitiveness.

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Eastern Partnership Summit: Commission "very disappointed" by Ukraine

Eastern Partnership Summit: Commission "very disappointed" by Ukraine

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EU energy: what is happening in December

EU energy: what is happening in December

Leading Vieuws journalist Hughes Belin provides an overview of recent developments regarding the European Union’s energy policy.

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The Power of the Crowds - an Opportunity for Civil Society?

The Power of the Crowds - an Opportunity for Civil Society?

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"Ukraine belongs in the EU", claims Lithuania's Foreign Affairs Minister

"Ukraine belongs in the EU", claims Lithuania's Foreign Affairs Minister

Linas Linkevičius gives an exclusive interview on the EU’s Eastern Partnership in light of the upcoming Eastern Partnership Summit

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The History of English

The History of English

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Pioneers Festival in Vienna

Pioneering Europe

The European tech start-up scene is growing!

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Brussels Briefing on Energy: All you need to know for the month of November 2013

Brussels Briefing on Energy: All you need to know for the month of November 2013

Journalist Hughes Belin gives an overview of the most relevant issues in the Energy field in the European Union for the month of November

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