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25 years of the EU´s MEDIA programme

Top filmmakers, industry representatives and policy makers explore the challenges ahead for Europe

Today and tomorrow hundreds of top filmmakers, industry representatives and policy makers are gathering in Brussels to explore the challenges and opportunities ahead for Europe´s audiovisual sector, including the future of the EU´s MEDIA programme, which is 25 years old this year. Leer más
Education in Emergencies Forum

EU boosts 2017 commitment to education for children in emergencies

The European Commission is announcing a further increase of the share of its humanitarian aid budget to lead the way in supporting education projects in emergency situations around the world. The increase from 4% in 2016 to 6% in 2017 of the humanitarian aid budget, puts the Commission well ahead of the global average. Education in emergencies is one of the most underfunded areas in humanitarian aid worldwide, with less than 2% of the global humanitarian funding being dedicated to this area. Leer más
R&D expenditure in the EU remained nearly stable in 2015 at just over 2% of GDP

Almost two thirds spent in the business sector

R&D expenditure in the EU remained nearly stable in 2015 at just over 2% of GDP

In 2015, the Member States of the European Union (EU) spent all together almost €300 billion on Research & Development (R&D). The R&D intensity, i.e. R&D expenditure as a percentage of GDP, stood at 2.03% in 2015, compared with 2.04% in 2014. Ten years ago (2005), R&D intensity was 1.74%. Leer más
European Students´ Union

ESU launched a Small Grants Programme to help students support refugees

ESU launched a Small Grants Programme to help its member student unions contribute to securing the refugees´ fundamental human rights and stimulate a sense of belonging to the national and European community. With a budget for actions of over 125,000.00 EUR, the programme aims to strengthen the capacity of ESU members, to foster their ability to be more responsive to current global challenges and improve their planning, strategizing and leadership capacity. Leer más
Department of Twin Research

Twins help find genetic link to joint pain

Scientists at the Department of Twin Research and Genetic Epidemiology at King´s College, London (KCL) found a link between changes in marks on the outside of DNA and chronic widespread joint pain. This is one of the main symptoms of fibromyalgia, a chronic condition that causes fatigue and widespread pain in muscles and bones but whose causes are poorly understood. Leer más
University of Missouri

Bullying rates remain higher for children with disabilities, even as they mature

Schools should refocus efforts to help these children develop social skills to combat bullying in more positive ways. More than 22 percent of children ages 12-18 say they have been bullied in school within the last month; a significant portion of those children have disabilities. However, little research exists on how bullying rates for individual children change over time. Leer más


Debates
"MOOCs – why (not)? "MOOCs – why (not)?

Members of the BizMOOC project team presented the preliminary findings at The European Association of Distance Teaching Universities´ conference that took place in Rome between 19th and 21st October 2016.
Anna Widegren new Head of Secretariat of the European Student Union Anna Widegren new Head of Secretariat of the European Student Union

Before joining ESU, Anna was working as Secretary General for Global Campus Alumni – a large global network of human rights professionals comprising over 2000 graduates from 6 regional master´s programmes – where she was responsible for the daily management of the organisation.
Libros
Technological Innovation and the Effect of the Employment on the EU Countries Technological Innovation and the Effect of the Employment on the EU Countries

Innovation and employment can be a good marriage. Following on from an analysis of the classical economists, the author challenges the old paradigm of ´innovation means unemployment´, which has dominated the economic debate for centuries. Is it possible to promote technological change as well as innovation and employment? These are among the topics examined in detail in the enclosed essays.
 POLICIES Extend +  
Europe support stable, but outlook bleak, finds Eurobarometer poll
EU and Egypt to step up cooperation on socio-economic development
European Parliament discusses Paris agreement,and free rail travel for 18-year-old
 INCLUSION POLICIES Extend +  
Mali: UN strongly condemns ambush that leaves five ´blue helmets´ killed
Far-right candidate concedes in Austrian presidential race
US adds ISIS in Yemen, Libya, Saudi to its list of designated terrorist organizations
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Commission gives boost to start-ups in Europe
New theory argues against innate maths abilities
Dirty laundry may cause environmental contamination, study finds
 EMPLOYMENT Extend +  
1 in 5 unemployed persons in the EU found a job
Commission proposes new approach to support growth and protect jobs
European Parliament achieves best support for youth and growth initiatives
 ECONOMICS Extend +  
EUR 1 billion mark reached as the EU steps up support for micro-entrepreneurs
EU and China discuss trade, investment, overcapacity and cooperation on state aid control
Economic Partnership Agreement with southern African countries enters into effect
 CULTURE Extend +  
Discover this year´s Lux Film Prize finalists
10th edition of Charlemagne Youth Prize open for applications
The European Parliament awards the Sakharov Prize
 GREEN STRATEGIES Extend +  
EU sets out its priorities on sustainable development
EU sets out its priorities on sustainable development
World leaders agree concrete results to put the Paris Agreement on climate change into action
 HEALTH Extend +  
New study shows marijuana users have low blood flow to the brain
Parents may soon be able to watch their unborn babies in realistic 3-D immersive visualizations
Dogs remember what we do, study finds
 SOCIETY AND CONSUMER Extend +  
Depression in young people affects the stomach, study finds
New research reveals that the fictional worlds we watch change our perceptions of our own
Supermoon rises worldwide
 SPORTS Extend +  
5 August Rio 2016 opening ceremony
How to increase the fat burned during exercise
Referees add more extra time when the big teams are losing, study finds
 EDUCATION Extend +  
Learning can make animals intelligent
Cambodia´s Ministry of Education signs an agreement with Microsoft for Digital Transformation
Practice testing protects memory against stress
 GRANTS & INTERNSHIPS Extend +  
Traineeships at the Parliament: new application period starting
Business investment rate stable at 21.6% in the euro area and 21.9% in the EU28
GoEuro reward young talent with an internship in Berlin
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Hidden Persuasion
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Study on the Social Value of Youth Organisations
Theses and dissertations
1 A Medal on the Tower of Song
2 Cambodia´s Ministry of Education signs an agreement with Microsoft for Digital Transformation
3 Depression in young people affects the stomach, study finds
4 New theory argues against innate maths abilities
5 New study shows marijuana users have low blood flow to the brain
6 EU sets out its priorities on sustainable development
7 Dirty laundry may cause environmental contamination, study finds
8 EU and Eastern Partnership countries stepping up cooperation on innovation with the EU4Innovation
9 Twins help find genetic link to joint pain
10 1 in 5 unemployed persons in the EU found a job
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