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The 8th April was the International Romani day, also known as International Roma Day. It was first declared in 1990 in Poland, in honour of the first major international meeting of Romani representatives, which took place on 7–12 April 1971 in Chelsfield, near London. Each year this day is an opportunity for us all to… » read more

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Les autorités nationales peuvent réaliser un examen prospectif des ressources financières d’un ressortissant d’un pays tiers, séjournant légalement dans l’UE, lorsque celui-ci souhaite exercer son droit au regroupement familial pour des citoyens hors UE, afin de vérifier que ces ressources sont suffisamment « stables et régulières » pour ne pas demander l’assistance sociale. La Cour… » read more

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Abstract: Information is the lifeblood of the EU and EurActiv mines it successfully Transparency has been and remains a key value at EurActiv EurActiv has stretched the European public debate linguistically and done so efficiently   Happy Birthday EurActiv! It is a tribute to EurActiv’s current status as an irreplaceable information source that I find… » read more

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On 17 December 2015, in Skhirat, Morocco, the representatives of the Congress of Tripoli and of Tobruk Chamber signed an agreement for the formation of the Government of National Accord, under the aegis of the United Nations. After the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, two fundamental consequences resulted from political instability in Libya: the spread of… » read more

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Guest blog post by Daniel Freund, Head of Advocacy EU Institutions at Transparency International. The term “expert group” evokes images of scientists in white coats with test tubes explaining complex equations to politicians in suits. The reality is quite different. Expert groups are a mix of industry lobbyists, NGOs, trade unions and other practitioners chosen… » read more

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After the implementation of the EU-Turkey deal, whereby Syrian refugees who made it to Greece are returned to Turkey, Austria, concerned about the ‘collateral outcome’, is unveiling plans to re-establish border controls with Italy at the Brenner Pass.   For a couple of decades, the Austro-Italian border – called ‘Brenner Pass’ – has been almost… » read more

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Dans le contexte actuel, il s’agit c’est un cas de figure emblématique de la crise et des difficultés juridiques que celle-ci pose au fonctionnement du système de Dublin. A joutons à cela le cas de la Turquie. Les lecteurs de Eulogos sont régulièrement confrontés aux compte rendus des arrêts de la Cour ou aux conclusions… » read more

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EurActiv, the independent online EU policy media, deployed its editorial and communication resources to cover the European elections across its multi-lingual media network in 12 EU countries and 12 languages. It did so in the interests of providing non-biased, fact-based public information on the people and policies at the heart of the election campaign. Europe… » read more

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To my mind, the problem is not where EurActiv stands in terms of media independence: the problem is how we could improve it. Financial soundness is the best guarantee of independence from the political power, but of course it has a cost in terms of independence from sponsors and partners if you are providing free… » read more

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