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Esteban Moro: "mobile phones have become a very interesting sensor to find how people behave"Esteban Moro: "mobile phones have become a very interesting sensor to find how people behave"

Esteban Moro is a tenured associate professor in the Mathematics Department of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Specializing in viral marketing and social networks, among other areas of interest, he is one of the organizers of NetMob 2015, along with researchers from MIT and the Catholic University of Louvain; NetMob is the most important congress in the world on the scientific analysis of mobile phone data and its application to economic and social problems Leer más

Mira Maier: "We are making the scholarship landscape transparent and easily accessible" Mira Maier: "We are making the scholarship landscape transparent and easily accessible"

The European Commission has issued a simplified and detailed guide on the wide range of study and work projects available and on the way to access funds. Addressed to young people, researchers, NGOs, public bodies, firms and farmers, the guide describes the offer for the period 2014-2020. The Executive Director Mira Maier explains to ibercampus how it works. Leer más

Iratxe García: "Governments must guarantee women´s access to education"Iratxe García: "Governments must guarantee women´s access to education"

All girls should attend school regardless of their background, according to Iratxe García, chair of the EP´s women´s rights committee. The Spanish member of the S&D group made an interview in the run-up to International Women´s Day. This year the Parliament is focussing on how education can help to empower women. In the interview García talks about the importance of education and the challenges that still have to be met to achieve equality. Leer más

Marc Tarabella: "Men and women are not the same, but they should have the same rights"Marc Tarabella: "Men and women are not the same, but they should have the same rights"

Every year Parliament´s to assess the progress made in equality between women and men. The committee approved a report on gender equality in the EU in 2013. The progress report was drafted by Belgian S&D member Marc Tarabella. Following the vote the European Parliament websites publishes an interview with him the MEP on the progress made, the issues which still need to be addressed and the general mind-set in the EU. Leer más

Anders Primdahl Vistisen: "I believe that it is a politician´s job to create jobs"Anders Primdahl Vistisen: "I believe that it is a politician´s job to create jobs"

When he won a seat as an MEP for Denmark in the last European elections, Anders Vistisen became parliament´s youngest member at the age of 26, yet he hasn´t let his age get in the way of his ambition. Despite his young age Vistisen is not short of experience. In an interview to EurActiv he spoke on youth employment. Leer más

Emily O´Reilly: "Being an ombudsman can seem more like an art"Emily O´Reilly: "Being an ombudsman can seem more like an art"

Elected by MEPs in July 2013, the former Irish national ombudsman is the first female European ombudsman. We talked to her about her first year in office. The European Parliament website republished an interview to the European ombudsman after she was re-elected the 16th of December. Leer más

Elena Valenciano on human rights: "The EU has to set an example"Elena Valenciano on human rights: "The EU has to set an example"

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, signed by the United Nations 66 years ago today on 10 December 1948, represented the first global expression of rights to which all human beings are inherently entitled. To mark the anniversary of this event the EU Parliament website interviewed Elena Valenciano, the chair of the EP´s human rights subcommittee. The Spanish member of the S&D group spoke to us about what MEPs do to promote human rights and what they are planning to do next year. Leer más

Stephen Hawking: "artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race"Stephen Hawking: "artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race"

The 72-year-old Cambridge professor and theoretical physicist made his latest bold pronouncement this week, warning artificial intelligence "could spell the end of the human race." in an interview with the BBC.  Leer más

Ulrike Lunacek: "Countries still suffer from widespread homo- and transphobia"Ulrike Lunacek: "Countries still suffer from widespread homo- and transphobia"

Tirana in Albania is hosting a conference on fundamental rights, non-discrimination and the protection of vulnerable groups organised by the Parliament, the European Commission and the Italian Presidency. EP vice-president Ulrike Lunacek, who wrote a report on homophobia and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity, will be one of the speakers. The European Parlaiment news services talked to the Austrian member of the Greens/EFA group.  Leer más

Italy´s first female astronaut to fly to the International Space Station (ISS) ESA

Italy´s first female astronaut to fly to the International Space Station (ISS)

Samantha Cristoforetti, Italy´s first female astronaut, is currently scheduled to fly to the International Space Station (ISS) on Nov. 23. She will travel to orbit as part of the Expedition 42/43, and her five and a half month mission will be loaded with scientific experiments.  Leer más

EU budget for 2015: "The Parliament will fight hard"Eider Gardiazábal

EU budget for 2015: "The Parliament will fight hard"

MEPs will debate the Parliament´s position on the EU´s budget for next year on Tuesday 21 October and vote on it the following day. The EP´s budgets committee recommends reversing the Council´s cuts, but this would mean the Parliament would have to negotiate with the Council. We discussed the issue with Eider Gardiazábal, who is drafting the Parliament´s position on the general budget. The Spanish member of the S&D group said the Parliament would fight hard to defend its position.  Leer más

Alfredo Garcia Encinas: "Youth under 18 lack from maturity to access finance"Alfredo Garcia Encinas: "Youth under 18 lack from maturity to access finance"

How to make youth access to financial services? This will be one of the challenges of financial inclusion EU Summit to be held in Macedonia next week. Several Spanish students will attend the meeting thanks to the collaboration of Ibercampus and the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). Leer más

Q&A on the EU Youth Guarantee
Q&A on the EU Youth Guarantee

Member States are investing in the implementation of Youth Guarantee measures already since 2013, with the knowledge that the Commission will be able to reimburse them for such expenditure once the relevant operational programmes have been formally adopted. The following Q&A gives an overview of the EU Youth Guarantee situation Leer más

The European University Association comments on the next European commissioner portfoliosThe European University Association comments on the next European commissioner portfolios

Euractiv* has recently published details of a draft organigram relating to proposals for the portfolios of the next College of European Commissioners (who are due to serve from later this year until 2019).The European University Association (EUA) understands that this draft highlights that "education" is no longer listed as a part of a Commissioner´s portfolio but instead the term "skills" is used. Leer más

Q&A on the concept of ´Basic European Unemployment Insurance´Q&A on the concept of ´Basic European Unemployment Insurance´

Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions on the concept of "Basic European unemployment insurance" as advocated by Commissioner Andor László. Leer más

Peter Tufano: "Business education is investment for young people"Peter Tufano: "Business education is investment for young people"

The Dean of Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford, Peter Tufano was in Nigeria to speak to some stakeholders at the World Economic Forum on Africa. In a chat with DANIEL OBI, Peter spoke comprehensively about business education and about the school´s engagement with Africa. Leer más

European Youth Forum:"European Council priorities show lack of commitment to Europe´s youth"European Youth Forum:"European Council priorities show lack of commitment to Europe´s youth"

The five priorities, published by the European Council as a "strategic agenda" for the EU and the new European Commission president, are extremely disappointing for Europe´s youth with leaders showing a lack of commitment to tackling youth unemployment according to the European Youth Forum. Leer más

René Lydiksen highlights the importance of technological studies for youthRené Lydiksen highlights the importance of technological studies for youth

Dr René Lydiksen, managing director of LEGO Education Europe, speacks about how LEGO wants to encourage young people in technology, coding and engineering. Leer más

Alexa-Jane Moore speaks about "YEUK" organisation
Alexa-Jane Moore speaks about "YEUK" organisation

Interview to Alexa-Jane Moore, Youth Ambassador for "Youth Employment UK", organisation dedicated to tackle youth unemployment in the United Kingdom. Leer más

Dorian Branea speaks about European CultureInterview to the EUNIC President

Dorian Branea speaks about European Culture

Dorian Branea is the President of the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC),a network of the EU cultural institutes in London. In an interview to Smiths Magazine he discusses the value of European culture and EUNIC´s future projects. Leer más

The founder of "TeachThought" speaks about the new tool for educatorsThe founder of "TeachThought" speaks about the new tool for educators

Terry Heick is Director of TeachThought, "brand dedicated to supporting educators in evolving learning for a 21st century audience." Former English teacher, he supports the importance of self-directed learning as well as and the role of play and of the technologies in the learning process. Leer más

Tarpley: "We have a protest vote across Europe which is against austerity"Tarpley: "We have a protest vote across Europe which is against austerity"

Press TV has conducted an interview with Webster Griffin Tarpley, about the success of Euroskeptic parties in the European Parliament elections. Leer más

How the worst moments in our lives make us who we areHow the worst moments in our lives make us who we are

Writer Andrew Solomon has spent his career telling stories of the hardships of others. Now he turns inward, bringing us into a childhood of adversity, while also spinning tales of the courageous people he´s met in the years since. In a moving, heartfelt and at times downright funny TEDTALK Solomon gives a powerful call to action to forge meaning from our biggest struggles. Leer más

Q&A on the European Court of Justice ruling on GoogleQ&A on the European Court of Justice ruling on Google

EU court says Google must delete ´irrelevant´ links at the request of ordinary individuals. Now the European Commission is considering a formal ´right to be forgotten´ law to enshrine the rights. Leer más

Juan Meléndez Sánchez.:"What kills scientific curiosity is education itself"Juan Meléndez Sánchez.:"What kills scientific curiosity is education itself"

In an interview to SINC Agency Juan Meléndez Sánchez. professors of the University Carlos III en Madrid explains the importance of science in education. Leer más
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