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Thorrrbjorn Jagland, Secrétaire général du Conseil de l’Europe, Gianni Buquicchio, président de la Commission de Venise et Nils Muiznieks, commissaire aux droits de l’homme du Conseil de l’Europe ont exprimé leur profonde inquiétude face aux projets de réforme du système judiciaire adopté le 12 juillet par la chambre basse du Parlement polonais – le Sejm… » read more

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Precaution, sustainability and effective legislation are needed to better support Europe’s drinking water supply EurEau’s three committees meet three times a year. Our members bring expertise to the federation and national perspectives to our work. This guarantees that the outcome of our work is always high quality and reliable. EurEau’s Committee on Drinking Water covers… » read more

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It’s now more than one year since the UK referendum on EU membership, and the vote to leave. The Prime Minister, Theresa May, invoked Article 50 of the Treaty of Rome at the end of March this year and then, out of the blue, called a general election. Her intention was to get a bigger… » read more

  Posted by Peter Bye

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by Carsten Ullrich The CJEU has been busy over the last year on developing its interpretations on the role of intermediaries in intellectual property infringement cases in an online context[1]. The case C‑494/15 of Tommy Hilfiger Licensing LLC and Others v Delta Center[2] (Hilfiger), decided on 7 July 2016, offers an interesting read as it… » read more

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AEGEE strives for a democratic, diverse and borderless Europe, which is socially, economically and politically integrated, and values the participation of young people in its construction and development. The recent political developments in Poland are concerning us as young Europeans because they are a threat to the Europe we strive for. Democracy is a core… » read more

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Guest blog post by Mehmet Ö?ütçü, chairman of the Global Resources Partnership, a boutique energy investment and geopolitical advisory consultancy Millions of tourists are descending on Croatia’s sun-kissed coast for the summer season, enjoying the tranquil Mediterranean waters. If only Croatia’s domestic political situation and external environment were as calm and carefree. For prime minister… » read more

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An issue of key importance was underscored in the 2017 Employment and Social Developments in Europe Review published by the European Commission Yesterday, July 17th. This year’s review — which focused on analysing how various structural, technological and demographic changes in the labour market are affecting younger generations relative to older generations — noted the… » read more

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Recently, a landmark decision was passed in Germany, positioning the country in line with Norway, France, Netherlands, and other European nations, which have already approved legislation in favor of same-sex marriage. Although Merkel personally voted against, the Chancellor paved the way for legalizing same-sex marriage by calling for a ‘vote of conscience’. This has allowed… » read more

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