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European governments are setting global precedents that often hinder people’s search for safety and dignity. Speaking in Brussels among EU leaders and civil society at the European Development Days, Sipho Mthathi, Oxfam’s Executive Director in South Africa, made clear that EU policies have dangerous knock-on effects in parts of the world where people are often… » read more

  Posted by Oxfam's EU Advocacy office in Brussels

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One year ago people all over the world were still trying to understand the political earthquake of the Brexit-Votum and a few months later Donald Trump was elected as US president. At that time, the journalists Hannes Grassegger and Mikael Krogerus published an article in the Swish magazine “Das Magazin”, which immediately went viral in… » read more

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Author: Vanya Vulperhorst, Oceana Today’s agreement by EU bodies on a new regulation governing the European Union’s extensive external fishing fleet is a momentous step towards building sustainable fisheries globally and deserves wholehearted praise. After almost two years of negotiations, the European Commission, the Parliament and the Council of Fisheries Ministers have agreed on a… » read more

  Posted by Oceana Europe

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Article initialement publié sur Cafebabel.fr le 20 mai 2017 Victime d’un AVC, et une longue rééducation d’un an et demi, j’ai été embauché comme stagiaire au Parlement européen. L’occasion pour moi de m’intéresser de plus près à ce que l’Union Européenne met en place pour les personnes handicapées. Rencontre avec des députés particulièrement impliqués dans… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

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The Commission has just received more than one million signatures opposing glyphosate, the active substance which had its approval extended until the end of 2017. Since the European Chemicals Agency’s (ECHA) conclusion that the substance is not carcinogenic, the Commission is leaning towards granting a new 10-year authorisation. And now we have a million EU… » read more

  Posted by Daniel Gueguen

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La Commission vient d’annoncer que plus d’un million de signatures ont été réunies pour s’opposer au glyphosate dont l’autorisation avait été renouvelée jusqu’à fin 2018 dans l’attente de l’avis de l’ECHA (Agence européenne des produits chimiques). L’ECHA ayant clairement conclu que le glyphosate n’est pas cancérigène, la Commission s’orienterait (conditionnel) vers la prolongation de l’autorisation… » read more

  Posted by Daniel Gueguen

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Following on our previous article from December 16th, 2016. We now discuss the use of a social sentiment data for investment and training. The strategies and algorithms we describe here are simplified and are not intended for live trading but just for demonstration purposes. A live trading algorithm requires many more rules and functions to… » read more

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This month’s first-ever United Nations Oceans Conference and the upcoming Our Ocean meeting to be hosted by the EU, put robust governance of our oceans and sustainable use of marine resources to the forefront as perhaps never before. With this in mind, the world’s largest market for seafood, the EU, must ensure the most ambitious… » read more

  Posted by Oceana Europe

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On Tuesday 13 May, the European Commission announced, at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, the launch of an infringement procedure against three Member States of the European Union (Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic). These States did not comply with their legal obligations stated in the European Agenda on Migration adopted in 2015, created to… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

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