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Maeva Chargros presents the latest situation in the protests in France and other European countries (together with quotes from the participants), and analyses the events which led to them, and which could dramatically change Europe.
Understanding human trafficking and how it is perceived in international law
2015 has, thus far, already been a very trying year for Europe and for all of its citizens. The attacks in Paris, Brussels and Copenhagen have left scars that will take time to heal, and have unfortunately made life more difficult for our Muslim citizens.
Funding for political parties has for long been a source of contention in the UK. With little political consensus on this issue, political funding reform is overdue.
Intellectual property is a key driver of business in Europe. This infographic by SOR Solicitors presents the key stats on European Patent Filings.
This infographic shows which European and global nations have filed the most European Patent Filings with the European Patent Office last year.
Eleusis is a historic region with beautiful nature and a crucial archaeological importance.
The latest outrageous acquittal of criminals in Greece has destroyed any trust in the Justice System and is pushing communities to pursue their own justice.