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Closing abortion clinics to protect unborns lifesClosing abortion clinics to protect unborns lifes

Abortion clinic closure trend continues strongly in 2015. Pro-life organization maintains a listing of abortion facilities and tracks clinic closures. "Life Matters" in Spain, for example has presented several complaints about numerous irregularities, fraud law, tax fraud and illegal practices in cases of abortion. Leer ms

How many EU languages can you recognise? How many EU languages can you recognise?

The UNs International Mother Language Day is marked every 21 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity around the world. Diversity is the bedrock of Europes cultural heritage, so the EU is keen to also protect linguistic diversity. The EU boast 24 official languages, but how many of them can you recognise. Leer ms

What is the Youth Guarantee?What is the Youth Guarantee?

In April 2013, EU Member States made a commitment to ensure young peoples successful transition into work by establishing Youth Guarantee schemes. Under the Youth Guarantee Member States should ensure that, within four months of leaving school or losing a job, young people under 25 can either find a good-quality job or acquire the education required to find a job. Leer ms

Will crowdsourcing and design revolutionise society?Will crowdsourcing and design revolutionise society?

Experts from different parts of the world have come together and work on a project, citizens can invest and support innovative ideas on crowdsourcing web sites, and objects can be designed in one country and instantly printed in another. What could be the impact of such technologies on the economy? Parliaments Science and Technology Options Assessment panel (STOA) discusses the issue. Leer ms

Blue Monday: is it really the most sad day of the year?Blue Monday: is it really the most sad day of the year?

Every third Monday in January is now Blue Monday, according to the mainstream media. The idea of Blue Monday dates back to a 2005 campaign by Sky Travel. The company wanted to encourage people to take January vacations, so they reached out a former lecturer, who developed an equation to find the most depressing day of the year. Leer ms

What is Europes role in the fight against terrorism?What is Europes role in the fight against terrorism?

The fight against terrorism is principally a national competence. However, the European Union supports Member States efforts. In 2010 the European Commission adopted an Internal Security Strategy for the period from 2010 to 2014. In the coming months, a European Agenda on Security will be adopted, as foreseen in the Commission working programme for 2015. Leer ms

What should we eat?What should we eat?

The Healthy Eating Plate, created by nutrition experts at Harvard School of Public Health and editors at Harvard Health Publications, was designed to address deficiencies in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)s MyPlate. The Healthy Eating Plate provides detailed guidance, in a simple format, to help people make the best eating choices. Leer ms

The eternal war between science and religionThe eternal war between science and religion

The eternal war between science and religion continues to be argued every day, but a recent piece in the Wall Street Journal by author Eric Mataxas has taken the internet by storm with one simple title: "Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God." Leer ms

Questions that measure emotional intelligenceQuestions that measure emotional intelligence

"Emotional intelligence multiplies the results and effectiveness of intellectual intelligence," Phil Johnson, founder of Master of Business Leadership (MBL) writes in a LinkedIn post. "Emotional labor is the most difficult type of work to do and up until now, the easiest to avoid. It is the essential education we need to embrace the unimaginable." Leer ms

Q&A on the European Commission Work Programme?Q&A on the European Commission Work Programme?

Every year, the European Commission adopts a plan of action for the next twelve months. The Commission Work Programme tells our citizens, our institutional partners and our staff how we will turn our political priorities into concrete action. The Q&A helps to understand how the European Commission will approach next years agenda. Leer ms

Can the Digital Agenda create jobs for Europes youth?Can the Digital Agenda create jobs for Europes youth?

It is a crucial time for Europe, with the new European Commission under President Jean-Claude Juncker. The previous administration faced the most challenging financial crisis of our times, which dominated the policy agenda over the previous six years. It must be the priority of the Juncker Commission to cement this trend, while ensuring that employment creation runs in tandem with revived growth. The Digital Agenda has seen so much achachieved, yet retained the potential to do more. Leer ms

Which are top companies which invest in R&D? Which are top companies which invest in R&D?

The European Commission published its 2014 EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard. The Scoreboard is based on a sample of 2500 companies, the worlds top investors in Research and Development (R&D) and equivalent to about 90% of the total expenditure on R&D by businesses worldwide. Leer ms

What is Black Friday?What is Black Friday?

Black Friday are no longer just for US shoppers. Regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season, Black Friday in the UK brings a number of offers and deals for consumers. Leer ms

Why SMEs are important for the economy?Why SMEs are important for the economy?

Representing more than 99% of EU businesses and providing two out of three private sector jobs, small and medium-sized firms are rightly known as the backbone of Europes economy. But things are not always easy for them. Thats why the European Commission has launched the COSME programme to facilitate their access to finance and markets and improve their competitiveness and entrepreneurial spirit Leer ms

How do European students celebrate the International Students Day?How do European students celebrate the International Students Day?

Every year, students all around Europe celebrate the International Day of Students through different actions. This year is no exception and the European Students Union (ESU) voices the demands of students at a European level and shows solidarity with national and local unions in relation to specific issues. Leer ms

Can big data solve the worlds problems?Can big data solve the worlds problems?

The United Nations and the ONG Transparency International have released reports, compiled by experts, which endorsed the position that increased, more accessible and better quality data will lead to better policy decisions and greater accountability. The reports are supposed to set the scene for how data will be used and integrated into new global sustainable development commitments, which will replace the Millennium Development Goals when they end in 2015 Leer ms

How to get an education discount from Apple?How to get an education discount from Apple?

If youre a student, teacher or lecturer, you can save loads of money by taking advantage of Apples education discount. The publication Macworld, show you how to get an education discount from Apple. Leer ms

Why Parliament draws attention to Mexico and other parts of the world? Humman Right

Why Parliament draws attention to Mexico and other parts of the world?

The European Parliament, as an ardent promoter of human rights, draws attention to their gross worldwide at each plenary session in Strasbourg violations. This week the European Parliament will discuss the situation in Russia, Uzbekistan and Mexico. Learn more about the debate and follow them live on our website.  Leer ms

 European System of Accounts 2010 European System of Accounts 2010

Answers and questions about the European System of Accounts 2010 (SEC 2010). Its the last EU accounting framework which will apply from September 2014 since the data submitted by Member States to Eurostat shall meet the the SEC standards. Leer ms

The EU Youth GuaranteeThe EU Youth Guarantee

Answers and questions about the Young Guarantee of the European Union.  Leer ms

Whats next for European Union studies?Whats next for European Union studies?

Some 350 experts, including Jean Monnet professors, other academics, decision-makers and representatives from international organisations and business, will take a fresh look at the core objective of the Jean Monnet Actions: promoting excellence in teaching and research in European Union studies worldwide, as well as new ways of delivering teaching in this area.  Leer ms

What is the European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS)?What is the European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS)?

The European Union Contest for Young Scientists was set up by the European Commission in 1989 to encourage co-operation and exchange between young scientists and to give them an opportunity to be guided by some of Europes most prominent researchers. The first competition took place in Brussels and has been held in 24 different European cities since then. Leer ms

How MEPs will scrutinise the candidate commissioners?How MEPs will scrutinise the candidate commissioners?

Candidate commissioners face a thorough scrutiny by MEPs before the new European Commission can start its five-year term. From 29 September they will have to appear in front of parliamentary committees dealing with their proposed responsibilities. These hearings will affect the Parliaments vote on whether to approve the new Commission. Unless MEPs vote in favour, the Commission will not be able to take office. Leer ms

How can we make the EU a better place for SMEs? How can we make the EU a better place for SMEs?

What do small and medium sized enterprises in Europe need from future EU policy? This is the core question of a consultation the Commission launched to help upgrade the EUs Small Business Act (SBA). Leer ms

Can we prevent the end of the world?Can we prevent the end of the world?

A post-apocalyptic Earth, emptied of humans, seems like the stuff of science fiction TV and movies. But in this short, surprising talk, Lord Martin Rees on Ted Talks asks us to think about our real existential risks natural and human-made threats that could wipe out humanity. As a concerned member of the human race, he asks: Whats the worst thing that could possibly happen? Leer ms
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