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Did you miss the Open Discovery Space Conference in May in Brussels? Do you want to learn more about our speakers and their views on education? Then have a look at our video interviews!   During the ODS “Open Innovation in Schools: Bringing Digital Policy into Practice” conference, organised on 11 May in Brussels, over… » read more

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Le premier janvier 2015, un bateau avec 360 migrants à son bord a été intercepté grâce à l’opération Triton. L’enquête a fait ressortir que les passeurs avaient empoché 2,5 millions d’Euros. De tels chiffres interpellent. Ils ont conduit la Commission à intégrer la lutte contre les réseaux de passeurs et de trafiquants, à l’agenda européen… » read more

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The Open Discovery International Space Summer School 2015 was organized by Ellinogermaniki Agogi, in Mati, Greece, from July 12 to July 17th 2015. The aim was to support school innovation and to train school leaders and leading members of school staff to promote the development of their schools into open learning communities, and thus improve… » read more

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  The most interesting thing to come out of an interesting month was President Hollande’s 19th of July letter published in the Journal du Dimanche. It called for a “vanguard” of European states, comprising of (at least) the founders of the ECSC, to form a government to manage the Eurozone. This new formation, according to… » read more

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        By Eljalill Tauschinsky On July 6, Austria has gone to Court over EU funding for a nuclear power plant in Britain. According to the Austrian public media, Austria argues that nuclear power is a bad policy choice, inherently unsafe and not future-worthy. The case argued before the Court will likely be… » read more

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            La lutte contre la fraude et pour la protection des intérêts financiers de l’Union européenne ont récemment acquis une place importante dans l’agenda européen. Il s’agit de contrôler l’utilisation de l’argent public de manière à renforcer la confiance des citoyens en luttant contre la fraude. En effet, le budget de l’Union européenne est en… » read more

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The debate on secrecy about TTIP negotiations is focused on the European Commission not disclosing sufficient information on the positions it defends at the negotiation table. Despite several efforts to improve transparency, such concerns remain prevalent. We argue, however, that the largest obstacle secrecy poses for the success of the TTIP negotiations may not be found on the… » read more

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