Monthly Archives: April 2018

Special Eurobarometer: How fair do Europeans think life in the EU is?

New poll shows most Europeans think life is generally fair, but have concerns over justice, political decisions and income inequality. According to the Eurobarometer published today, a majority of Europeans think that most things that happen in their lives are fair and that they have equal opportunities to get ahead. Nevertheless, they are less convinced…
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The best European young translators received their awards

European Commissioner for Budget and Human Resources Günther H. Oettinger has awarded prizes and diplomas for 28 winners of the annual European Commission competition in translating Juvenes Translatores'. More than 3300  students from 744 high school all over Europe participated in the contest, and one of the 28 winners comes from each member state. They…
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Circular economy: definition, importance and benefits

The European Union produces more than 2.5 billion tonnes of waste every year. It is currently updating its legislation on waste management to promote a shift to a more sustainable model known as the circular economy. But what exactly does the circular economy mean? And what would be the benefits? The circular economy is a…
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