The International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust is an international memorial day designated by the United Nations General Assembly in 2005 to Commemorate the Victims of the Holocaust. Find out more
Five years have passed since the young Italian researcher from the University of Cambridge was abducted in Cairo, and tortured to death.
January 6th will go down in constitutional history books as one of the darkest hours of Western liberal democracy.
To mark the anniversary of the "March of the 1000 Robes" that took place in Warsaw on 11 January 2020, the Polish judges associations Iustitia and "Themis" are organising an online event
Citizens Take Over Europe is organising a series of online events on 13-14 January showcasing the vision for a dynamic, participatory and inclusive Conference on the Future of Europe.
Free movement is seen by most Europeans as a benefit. Yet on 31 December free movement between the EU and the UK will end.
The International Human Solidarity Day is an international annual unity day of the United Nations and its members introduced by the general assembly during the 2005 World Summit. It aims at raising awareness of the importance of solidarity and encouraging debates on the...
Throughout human history, migration has been a courageous expression of the individual’s will to overcome adversity and to live a better life.
Citizens Take Over Europe is organising a series of online events on the 15 December & 14-15 January showcasing the vision for a dynamic, participatory and inclusive Conference on the Future of Europe.