Everything tagged with integration
Iain Duncan Smith had once stated that: “ I am an optimist about the UK. We have been involved in trade with our European partners, which we will always be …
On October 25, 2016 the European Parliament adopted a resolution which calls on the European Commission to establish a mechanism for safeguarding democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights.[^EUDRF] …
Napoleon Bonaparte had once stated that: “Public opinion is the thermometer a monarch should constantly consult.”
The “EU project” will continue to exist and play a crucial role for the European continent and the world, but Britain will be a simple observer.
The European Union has undoubtedly been the most fascinating experiment in the history of political discourse, but the reason its accomplishments seemed so artificial is the bloc's whole controversy.
Some serious developments seem to threat the vision of the European Integration
Refugee crisis, debt crisis, eurozone crisis, Brexit, Grexit...Is the end of the European Union in sight?
The success of pro-Kurdish party HDP has been a big surprise.
What started in 2011 as a small Facebook group, has grown into a pan-European media. Today OneEurope has hundreds of active volunteers and tens of thousands of regular readers. In May 2015 OneEurope met in Berlin to discuss strategies and to plan for the future.
Ahead of Europe Day, Fabio Paulos reflects on Portugal's complex process of joining the European Economic Community, and maps some of the country's key contributions to developing the European community and fostering European integration.
OneEurope contributor Ana Oliveira reports from a recent networking event with prominent British university leaders and senior EU officials hosted by the British Embassy in Brussels.
Pegida gets attention from all over the world, provoking debates on the preservation of European culture amid globalisation and on the threat of radical Islamism, especially after the Charlie Hebdo shooting. Integration and Islam have become topics that everyone feels concerned with: clearly, today Islam is part of Europe.
No person should be denied the right to education
The EU is at a crossroads, and the question Europe as a whole needs to ask itself is how it should cope with the growing demand for more democracy as well as more local and regional power within an increasingly globalised world. In this exclusive article for OneEurope, Peter Josika asks whether the current political structures meet the needs of our time and the foreseeable future.
Part One in a series on separatist issues in Europe
Integrating minorities has proven easier said than done, but religion should not be the one to blame.
The long expected Eastern Partnership Summit took place on a very dynamic and exciting backgroung: mass protests in the Ukraine, the change of political power in Georgia, the intentions of …
The vibrant multicultural artistic scene of the island of Lampedusa - the positive effects of cross-cultural encounter
Catalonia is not Spain; Scotland is not England; but everyone wants to be European
Immigration of Romanian and Bulgarian Romani people to France stir up a long-lasting heated debate
How do Eastern European countries react to changes in dual citizenship matters? Do they “move with the trend”?
What will the Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius bring for Moldova?
Maldives? Italy? New Zealand?
The now sixty-two year old united Europe is beginning to resemble the United States, that have existed for nearly 250 years
With all this talk of bailouts, bonds, and bankers it’s sometimes easy to forget what EU membership is all about.
The popular notion “I am pro-European because the EU is good for my country” says it all. I wish we could say “I am pro-European, because I believe the EU is good for all
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.
Minority inclusion and participation - why it matters and how it makes a difference in a democratic society.
The two-part series of articles examine the issue of European integration in light of state practice, with special regard to that of the British.
Europe faces great change; austerity measures and a lack of democracy are not the best way to further integrate across the continent.