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Denmark to lose an important ally in EU research politics

German universities likely to benefit from Brexit, report suggests

A new report suggests that while UK universities are likely to suffer because of Brexit, German universities may reap the benefits. This is one of the findings from a study of the potential impact of Brexit on UK and European universities. The report is based on a series of interviews with academic staff, university leaders and policymakers in higher education across 10 European countries between April and November 2017. Leer más
The European University Association highlights funding challenge at Eurasia Higher Education Summit

EURIE

The European University Association highlights funding challenge at Eurasia Higher Education Summit

The Eurasian University Union held its 2018 Higher Education Summit in Istanbul from February 14-16. EUA participated in the event that gathered higher education institution leaders, educational service providers and academics interested in developing cooperation with the Eurasian region. Leer más
More than 61 million children are out of school.

UNESCO and Education Above All Foundation Join Forces to Prioritize Inclusive Quality Education

UNESCO and the Education Above All Foundation will sign a project agreement to improve access to quality and inclusive education for out-of-school children in Iraq. This builds on other projects in Iraq focused on curriculum development, teacher training, literacy and higher education, implemented by UNESCO with funding from the EAA Foundation. Leer más
Many Dreamers are current students

UN human rights experts urge US Government to protect the rights of ´Dreamers´

With hundreds of thousands of migrants who arrived in the United States as children facing possible expulsion, a group of United Nations human rights experts has urged the country to take urgent steps to address their situation and ensure that their rights are protected. Leer más
The majority of countries are making little or no progress in ending corruption

Corruption Perceptions Index

The majority of countries are making little or no progress in ending corruption

This year´s Corruption Perceptions Index highlights that the majority of countries are making little or no progress in ending corruption, while further analysis shows journalists and activists in corrupt countries risking their lives every day in an effort to speak out. Leer más
Natural Sciences Sector

UNESCO works with Morocco and Spain to study the Biosphere Reserve of the Mediterranean

n 20 February 2018, UNESCO´s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) and the Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Programme met with local actors from the Intercontinental Biosphere Reserve of the Mediterranean and its area of influence. The objective of the meeting was to identify examples of ecosystem solutions in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda. Leer más


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EU elections: how many MEPs will each country get in 2019? EU elections: how many MEPs will each country get in 2019?

The proposal, adopted in Parliament on 7 February, calls for a reduction in the overall number of seats after the UK´s withdrawal from the EU comes into force, but also suggests to allocate additional MEPs to some EU countries. The new rules would come into force in time for the European elections in 2019, but will have to be approved by member states.
Inés G. Labarta: "Living up north in the UK gives  me tons of inspiration to write gothic novels" Inés G. Labarta: "Living up north in the UK gives me tons of inspiration to write gothic novels"

Inés G. Labarta is a Spanish writer and illustrator based in the northwest of England. With just 25 years old her publications include several award-winning short stories, a collection of novels - Los Pentasónicos (Edebé 2008-2010) - and two novellas - McTavish Manor (Holland House, 2016) - and Kabuki (2017). Ibercampus got in touch with her to discover her short but intensive career path and her future projects.
Libros
Eurydice brief: Citizenship Education at School in Europe – 2017 Eurydice brief: Citizenship Education at School in Europe – 2017

The Eurydice brief "Citizenship Education at School in Europe – 2017" highlights the differences between countries´ regulations and recommendations regarding citizenship education that affect both schools and pupils. Read the brief to find out why citizenship education is important, and learn more about the changes many countries are making in their national policies to reflect this.
 POLICIES Extend +  
Size of Parliament to shrink after Brexit
Want a healthier population? Spend less on health care and more on social services
Scientists reveal dangers and solutions for the increasing low oxygen levels in the world
 INCLUSION POLICIES Extend +  
Lithuania, Bulgaria and Latvia top EU countries with more female scientists
Nearly 16,000 victims of Human trafficking in the EU
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty 17 October
 R+D Extend +  
New malleable ´electronic skin´ self-healable, recyclable
Galileo Security Monitoring Centre back-up site moves to Spain
Robot beats humans on a Stanford University reading comprehension test
 EMPLOYMENT Extend +  
Employment and social situation in the EU continues to improve
OECD unemployment rate in December 2017 falls below its pre-crisis level
2.3% of EU employees have a precarious job
 ECONOMICS Extend +  
EU approves the proposed acquisition of Abertis by Hochtief
European Commission launches the EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum
Highest growth in total tourism nights in Europe
 CULTURE Extend +  
More civil engagement needed in Europe, according to the NGO Transparency International
Debrecen, Győr and Veszprém shortlisted for the title of European Capital of Culture 2023 in Hungary
2018 European Capitals of Culture: Leeuwarden and Valletta
 GREEN STRATEGIES Extend +  
Commission reports on progress under global commitments for sustainable urban development
Students more engaged and attentive following outdoor lesson in nature, study finds
Commission takes action to reinforce EU´s global leadership in clean vehicles
 HEALTH Extend +  
Video games to improve mobility after a stroke
Why you feel hungrier after you lose weight
Second hand plastic toys could pose a risk to children´s health, study suggests
 SOCIETY AND CONSUMER Extend +  
International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, 6 February
Your brain reveals who your friends are
Women survive crises better than men
 SPORTS Extend +  
Olympic message of peace is universal, UN chief says in Pyeongchang
Registration open for the European Universities Games Coimbra 2018
European Parliament launches a new Multimedia Centre on 4 January
 EDUCATION Extend +  
Research looks at how much money makes individuals around the world happy
Youth Mobility in Europe: EU Project MOVE Releases Animated Clip
Almost 4 in 10 children in the EU receive formal childcare services
 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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1 The Prehistoric Origin of Cinema
2 Europe offers financial aid to France, Greece, Spain and Portugal following natural disasters
3 Euro area unemployment at 8.7%
4 28 estudiantes ganan el concurso de traducción Juvenes Translatores para centros de enseñanza
5 International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, 6 February
6 20th anniversary of one of the most successful tools supporting EU neighbouring countries and region
7 Size of Parliament to shrink after Brexit
8 How to attract female talent to the technology business
9 UNESCO is seeking nominations for Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize 2018
10 Eurydice brief: Citizenship Education at School in Europe – 2017
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