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ISLAS: Islands as Laboratories fo Sustainability

Islands as Laboratories for Sustainability: an international summer school focusing on environmental, social and economic dimensions of sustainability and on the island of Lesvos.

Ask not what Europe can do for you

On 5 May, the Council of Europe, the oldest and most comprehensive organisation of European integration with 47 member states, celebrates its 72nd anniversary.

Under the boot of the dictator - news from Belarus

Olga Kostukevich has been part of the peaceful protests in Belarus since August 2020 when President Lukashenko falsified the election and scaled up the instruments of state repression. This is her first hand report aout the situation there.

Unlocking the spirit of Europe – European Bildung Day 2021

How did we all develop a national identity, and can we develop a European identity as well? What is bildung, and why would anybody need two days for it?

A proposal for a 21st Century European Championship

Two journalists passionate about both football and Europe propose a tournament that replicates the national championships of different series on a European scale. 

Solidarity with Adam Bodnar, Polish Ombudsman

MEDEL issued a statement today on Advocate General Tanchev's opinions in cases C-487/19 and C-508/19 and the termination of Adam Bodnar's mandate as Polish Ombudsman, decided by the politically captured Polish Constitutional Court.

Europe's People's Forum calls for permanent consultation mechanism

The first expert organisation that advised the EU institutions to use an online platform for the CoFoE is now calling for a permanent mechanism of citizens' consultation.

Reflections on 50 years of work by the Schwarzkopf Foundation

On April 1, 2021, the Schwarzkopf Foundation Young Europe celebrated its 50th anniversary.  André Schmitz-Schwarzkopf reflects on 50 years of work promoting European values and democracy. 

L'incendio a Cox'Bazar: "Così ho trovato il corpo di mio figlio ridotto in cenere"

Shahid (il nome è di fantasia), è uno dei papà superstiti dell'incendio che il 22 marzo ha travolto il campo profughi in Bangladesh dove vivono circa 900 mila rifugiati Rohingya tra tende e giacigli. Moas, dal 2017 sul posto, ha incontrato alcune delle famiglie che oggi hanno perso tutto e provano a "rinascere" da quella stessa cenere

Reject discriminatory "Security for all Danes" Act and respect freedom of assembly

Open letter to the members of the Danish Parliament, published on 23 March 2020
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