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How European citizens deal with the crisisHow European citizens deal with the crisis

The third report co-compiled by Fundación Alternativas and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, bears the title "European citizenship in a time of crisis". Leer más

Georgia judges his ex-president and lifts the economyGeorgia judges his ex-president and lifts the economy

The IMF is satisfied with Georgia developments, and no longer hides it. Underline its current government strong commitments with economic and structural reforms announced the 31st of July that, "both this and next year will help to increase 5% the GDP, compared to 3.2% of 2013." Angel Maestro Spanish analyst of the former Soviet Union assesses Georgia´s current situation from an economic and political perspective in The Corner Leer más

Scottish Independence: What a ´Yes´ Vote Means for Your FinancesScottish Independence: What a ´Yes´ Vote Means for Your Finances

On 18th September millions of Scottish citizens will cast their vote, either in favour of independence, or of staying with the UK. Scotland breaking from the Union could have a huge impact on your finances - money.co.uk explain how. Leer más

How does the EU fights against forest fires?How does the EU fights against forest fires?

Every year there are devastating forest fires in Europe, destroying thousands of hectares of forests. The South European countries are at higher risk, but no European country is immune. When the fire gets too big for a country to extinguish it on its own, the European Union´s Civil Protection Mechanism can be activated to coordinate the response from participating states. Leer más

Learn how to code this summerLearn how to code this summer

Here are a few ways you, your friends and family can learn how to code this summer. Leer más

Where is the ocean´s garbage hiding?Where is the ocean´s garbage hiding?

High concentrations of floating plastic garbage has been reported in remote areas of the ocean, increasing concern about the accumulation of plastic litter on the ocean surface. However a vast amount of the plastic garbage may be disappearing. A new study suggests what happens with it. Leer más

Can Open Data Boost Economic Growth?Can Open Data Boost Economic Growth?

Learn from leading global experts on the latest evidence of the economic potential of Open Data and how it can be applied to improve development outcomes across sectors. You will also hear different client perspectives from developing and transition countries on Open Data´s role in boosting their economic development. These are topics we will discuss at a World Bank-sponsored event on July 23, titled "Can Open Data Boost Economic Growth and Prosperity?"  Leer más

How the president of the European Commission gets electedHow the president of the European Commission gets elected

The next president of the European Commission will be decided the 15th of July when MEPs will be asked to vote on the candidacy of Jean-Claude Juncker. The former Luxembourg prime minister was proposed by the member states following the European elections.  Leer más

Erasmus 2012-13 figures explainedErasmus 2012-13 figures explained

The European Commission publishes new figures1 today on the number of students, teachers and other staff in higher education who benefitted from the Erasmus programme in the 2012-13 academic year  Leer más

Know your rights when travelling in summer?Know your rights when travelling in summer?

The European Parliament is working on legislation to boost passenger rights, while roaming charges were reduced again from 1 July and are getting closer to being scrapped in December 2015. In addition enabling planes to take shorter routes and increased competition for railway services should help to drive prices down for passengers. Leer más

How Fast Fashion Works?How Fast Fashion Works?

The fast-fashion business model starts with a two-pronged value proposition - to be both fashionable and affordable - which forces other companies to have to compete on both price and product freshness. Víctor Martínez de Albéniz, writing with Felipe Caro in the latest issue of IESE Insight magazine identify the operational keys underpinning the fast-fashion model. Leer más

Are substances that imitate the effects of illicit drugs becoming popular?Are substances that imitate the effects of illicit drugs becoming popular?

A research carried out by Eurobarometer shows that the use of substances that imitate the effects of illicit drugs denominated "legal highs" have increased amongst young Europeans in the last three years. One of the reason is the easiness to find them. Leer más

Do European citizens have the digital skills needed?Do European citizens have the digital skills needed?

A study conducted by European Commission has analysed if improving technologies are affecting the work environment, creating or reducing the number of available jobs. At the same time, the survey tries to find out if European citizens own the technological skills needed for the new "digital society". Leer más

How to prepare for a job interview?How to prepare for a job interview?

When it comes to a job interview, you have a few minutes to make a good impression. So which is the best way in order to prepare for it? And which are the questions to expect?  Leer más

How do agents help international students?British Council´s explanation

How do agents help international students?

Why do students and universities use agents and what regulations are in place? The British Council´s Helen Obaje explains before her appearance on a panel at the International Teachers and Advisers Conference on 12-13 June. Leer más

Is bilingualism good for the brain?Is bilingualism good for the brain?

Many studies prove that bilingualism help to develop cognitive skills and fighting the effect of aging on the brain. Leer más

The EU 2014 Digital Scoreboard: how did you fare?The EU 2014 Digital Scoreboard: how did you fare?

New data shows the European Commission is on track to complete 95 of its 101 digital actions by 2015, which shows good progress. EU citizens and businesses are going online more, shopping more and they have greater confidence and skills in ICT. The 2014 Digital Agenda Scoreboard assesses progress at EU and national level in achieving this goal, as measured against the 13 key performance indicators. The report is based on 2013 data. Leer más

Who will win  the EU parliament election and which are the issue they will have to deal with?Who will win the EU parliament election and which are the issue they will have to deal with?

European election results show that EPP (European People´s Party) is retaining his dominance in the Parliament, shortly followed by S&D (Progressive Alliance of Socialist and Democrats in the European Parliament). In many countries eurosceptics and nationalist parties gain importance. Among the most important topic the new Parliament will have to debate, there are the migration problem and the need for a stronger data protection, as well as the way out of the crisis. Leer más

What groups will form in the new EP?What groups will form in the new EP?

PollWatch2014 provides regular predictions of the outcome of the 2014 European Parliament elections. Which party will win the greatest number of seats and thus be in a position to nominate the next European Commission President? Will the European People´s Party consolidate its position as the largest party in the European Parliament? Will far-right parties secure enough seats to form a new EP parliamentary group? Can the centre-left win a majority? Find out the latest outcomes. Leer más

Are we ready for contact with extraterrestrial intelligence?Are we ready for contact with extraterrestrial intelligence?

The SETI project scientists are known for tracking possible extraterrestrial signals, but now they are also considering sending messages from Earth telling of our position. A researcher from the University of Cádiz (Spain) questions this idea in view of the results from a survey taken by students, revealing the general level of ignorance about the cosmos and the influence of religion when tackling these matters. Leer más

Does studying abroad makes you smarter?Does studying abroad makes you smarter?

How does studying or working abroad change you? Research shows that experience in other countries makes us more flexible, creative, and complex thinkers. Leer más

Where are the Hispanics spending?Where are the Hispanics spending?

Hispanics´ purchasing power is on the rise. By 2015, Hispanics will have 50 percent increase from 2010. So where are they spending? Leer más

Want To Avoid Jet Lag? Want To Avoid Jet Lag?

Mathematicians at the University of Michigan have developed this free app using calculations to determine when you should sleep and when you should get outside in order to best avoid getting jet lagged. Leer más

What is a "posted" worker?What is a "posted" worker?

A posted worker is a person who is sent by his or her employer to work for a limited period in an EU member state other than that in which he or she normally works. Leer más

How good are you at creative problem solving?How good are you at creative problem solving?

OECD releassed a new international league table based on pupils´ problem solving skills. Can you complete them? Try sample questions Leer más
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Marta Santos Romero
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Mar Souto Romero
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