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1 December 2013 – This article was first published in a 1997 issue of The New Federalist for the 25th anniversary of JEF-Europe, the supranational organisation of the Young European Federalists, the publisher of this website. Twenty-five is the last year when (...) by | 1 comment
9 March 2012 – How the bad situation of the young unemployed is covered up, why only the highly educated have a chance and in how far the EU economic crisis may provoke higher labour mobility in Europe. by | 5 comments
25 October 2011 – What is European citizenship? How can it be encouraged among young people? An interview with Michèle Guyot-Roze, President of the Hippocrene Foundation, which aims to help strengthen cohesion between young Europeans. “For more enthusiastic (...) by
31 August 2011 – Culture is a set of distinctive spiritual and material traits that characterize a society and a social group. It embraces literature, arts, and ways of life, traditions, belief and values system. Without funding it in the EU ,we neglect our (...) by
25 July 2011 – A few days after the end of the Hungarian EU Presidency, Attila Czene, Minister of State for Sport, takes stock of his work and considers the challenges ahead for the EU. Hungary has been leading the EU during 2011 first semester. Could you let (...) by
20 July 2011 – According to Roland Broks, the added value of international organisations lies in exchanges and sharing of best practices both at policy making level and in practice. How would you describe the relevance and the role of governmental activities (...) by
12 July 2011 – “Preserving the integrity of sport should call for a coordinated European approach” Your DG published a Green Paper on on-line gambling in the Internal Market. What is the scope of this document? MB: The purpose of this Green Paper is to launch (...) by
6 July 2011 – The current economic context should not prevent the EU from taking on its new “Sport” competence fully. According to Laurent Wauquier, who is very keen on the values of sport, “the main thing is to spend more wisely”. What does the notion of (...) by
16 June 2011 – Student enthusiasm for this educational training program is particularly emblematic in the European Union. French, German and Spanish students are the most common to participate, and France, Germany, and Spain are three of the most popular (...) by ,
18 April 2011 – Given the tight economic times and the role of sport in EU2020 strategy, it is high time to truly support sport, especially grassroots sports. Finnish MEP Hannu Takkula is telling us why it is of major importance. Nordic countries are often (...) by ,
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