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Do teachers need sex education guidelines? Do teachers need sex education guidelines?

All schools in England should have an up to date sex and relationships (SRE) policy and this is a statutory obligation for all maintained schools according to new advice launched by the Personal Social Health & Economic Education Association (PSHE). Leer ms

What should be done to solve  Ukrainian crisis? What should be done to solve Ukrainian crisis?

Political leaders from around Europe and the world have had crisis talks for days in order to find the best way to deal with Russia over the divided country and prevent further escalation. Leer ms

Who won the Oscars 2014?Who won the Oscars 2014?

Full list of the Oscars 2014 winners by category. Gravity was the biggest winner at the Oscars 2014. Cate Blanchett and Matthew McConaughey won the major acting awards.  Leer ms

Can Twitter predict events?Can Twitter predict events?

The idea that social media sites such as Twitter can predict the future has a controversial history. In the last few years, various groups have claimed to be able to predict everything from the outcome of elections to the box office takings for new movies. Leer ms

No mobile Internet abroad?No mobile Internet abroad?

94% of Europeans who travel outside their home country limit their use of services like Facebook, because of mobile roaming charges, according to a new survey of 28,000 EU citizens. The European Commission calculates that telecoms companies are missing out on a market of around 300 million phone users because of current pricing strategies, with negative effects for other businesses such as app makers. Leer ms

Can machines replace humans?Can machines replace humans?

The industrial revolution of the nineteenth century brought the idea that a machine worths more than two hands. Today, with the the new technology revolution, 3D printers, innovation and futuristic objects can be replaced by an android or an answering machine. Workers in call centers are amogst those who suffer these nightmares. Leer ms

Is Higher Education Worth It? Is Higher Education Worth It?

Documentary Filmmaker Andrew Rossi investigates the world of higher education. The documentary Ivory Tower, examines the spiraling cost of higher education in the United States. Leer ms

How are the new 10 banknotes?How are the new 10 banknotes?

The European Central Bank unveiled its new 10-euro banknotes on Monday, sturdier and less susceptible to counterfeiting, that will come into circulation from late September. Leer ms

Why dieting doesnt usually work?Why dieting doesnt usually work?

80% of girls have been on a diet by the time theyre 10 years old. In a honest, TED talk, the neuroscientist Sandra Aamodt uses her personal story to frame an important lesson about how our brains manage our bodies, as she explores the science behind why dieting not only doesnt work, but is likely to do more harm than good. She suggests ideas for how to live a less diet-obsessed life, intuitively. Leer ms

Why dieting doesnt usually work?Why dieting doesnt usually work?

80% of girls have been on a diet by the time theyre 10 years old. In a honest, TED talk, the neuroscientist Sandra Aamodt uses her personal story to frame an important lesson about how our brains manage our bodies, as she explores the science behind why dieting not only doesnt work, but is likely to do more harm than good. She suggests ideas for how to live a less diet-obsessed life, intuitively. Leer ms

Crowdfunding for scientific researchCrowdfunding for scientific research

Times are changing and funding research projects is becoming far more difficult through the conventional route therefore researcher are forced to chase new ways to fund their ideas  Leer ms

Educational attainment: persistence or movement through generations?Educational attainment: persistence or movement through generations?

It is well known that there has been a general trend of improved educational attainment in the EU across generations. However, is this general trend visible for all levels of education and in all Member States? A recent report on the Intergenerational transmission of disadvantages published by Eurostat, provides some statistical analyses of these questions. Leer ms

Can you answer the questions?Can you answer the questions?

The PISA test contains questions representing 6 levels of proficiency. Learn more about the levels.  Leer ms

Shopped aboard and want your money back?Shopped aboard and want your money back?

Europe wants to ease that small claims help consumers and SMEs get their money back in low-value cross-border disputes. The key change proposed would raise the ceiling for filing a claim under the procedure to 10 000, up from 2 000 today and reduce the cost and the durations of litigations.  Leer ms

What are the top trends facing the world in 2014?What are the top trends facing the world in 2014?

Tensions in the Middle East,vrising living standards, adaptation to climate change and paralysed government and innovative cities are some of the 2014 trends according to the World Economic Forum report. Leer ms

What is the EU doing to tackle youth unemployment?What is the EU doing to tackle youth unemployment?

5.6 million young people were unemployed in September in Europe. This represents an unemployment rate of 23.5%. More than one in five young Europeans on the labour market cannot find a job; in Greece and Spain it is one in two. The Europan Union is working with Member States to tackle youth unemployment. Leer ms

Whats the worst part about working at Google?Whats the worst part about working at Google?

Google Employees Confess The Worst Parts Of Working For Google. Anonymous employees reveal the worst thing about working for Google. Leer ms

Can body language help us to be more powerful?Can body language help us to be more powerful?

Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how "power posing" standing in a posture of confidence, even when we dont feel confident can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in the brain, and might even have an impact on our chances for success. Leer ms

Is Africas about to boom?Is Africas about to boom?

From the vantage point of many in the West, Africa remains a continent of woe a place stalked by ethnic conflict, corrupt dictatorships, religious strife, war and famine. But today, at last, the flawed mythology that treats Africa as a homogenous disaster area is being challenged by investors, economists, fund managers and academics. Leer ms

Baron, Trias and Tamames explain the Banking Union project for European universities studentsEESC, UAM and Ibercampus

Baron, Trias and Tamames explain the Banking Union project for European universities students

Enrique Baron, President of the European Parliament (19891992) and the honory professor Jean Monnet Ramn Tamames, will explain with other experts the European Banking Union project to university students, thanks to an initiative of Carlos Trias, raporteur of the Banking Union opinion within the European Economic and Social Committee.  Leer ms

Telecom firms urge EU to reconsider a price cap on cross-border phone calls and an end to roamingTelecom firms urge EU to reconsider a price cap on cross-border phone calls and an end to roaming

Telecom firm last Tuesday urged the European Commission to reconsider a major reform package which includes a price cap on cross-border phone calls and an end to roaming fees, and to allow more consolidation in the sector. Leer ms

 What is the Professional Qualifications Directive about? What is the Professional Qualifications Directive about?

According to national laws or regulations, the practice of certain professions can be subject to having particular qualifications, e.g. for those who wish to become accountants, architects, engineers or physiotherapists. Training requirements for obtaining such professional qualifications can differ from country to country and may, therefore, make the exercise of a profession in another Member State quite difficult, even impossible. Leer ms

Interchange fees: necessary condition to the payment markets efficiency?Interchange fees: necessary condition to the payment markets efficiency?

On 24 July, the European Commission presented its proposal aiming at reforming the payment cards system in Europe. On 28 August, on the Huffington Post in France, the EU Commissioner in charge of this reform, Michel Barnier, defended the idea that his reform will not penalize consumers . The general reduction of the interchange fees (which represent the transfer from the merchants bank to the consumers when the latter pays by card) is one of his reforms key pillars.  Leer ms

Is Europe competitive enough?Is Europe competitive enough?

After a substantial recovery in 2009 -2011, industry in Europe has slid downward again. Preliminary data for 2012 indicate that the contribution of manufacturing to EU GDP has fallen further to 15.1 %, increasing the distance to the indicative 20% target set forth by the Commission in 2012 Leer ms

What Do Graduates Do?What Do Graduates Do?

New research suggests postgraduates studies improves employment prospects. Students who keep studying past their first degree have much better employment prospects, a report has found. Leer ms
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