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Culture
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Declines across Eastern Europe

More civil engagement needed in Europe, according to the NGO Transparency International

In 2017, authoritarianism rose across Eastern and South East Europe, hindering anti-corruption efforts and threatening civil liberties. Across the region, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and independent media experienced challenges in their ability to monitor and criticise decision-makers.  Leer ms

Applications examined by 12 indepent experts

Debrecen, Győr and Veszprm shortlisted for the title of European Capital of Culture 2023 in Hungary

The recommendation was made by a panel of independent experts evaluating applications from 7 competing Hungarian cities at the outcome of a 3-day meeting in Budapest. Hungary invited applications from interested cities in February 2017. Seven cities submitted applications: Debrecen, Eger, Gdllő, Győr Szkesfehrvr, Szombathely and Veszprm.  Leer ms

From 1 January

2018 European Capitals of Culture: Leeuwarden and Valletta

From 1 January, Leeuwarden (The Netherlands) and Valletta (Malta) will hold the title of European Capital of Culture for one year. The opening celebrations for Valletta will take place from 14 to 20 January across the city, inspired by the traditional Maltese festa (village feast). Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, Tibor Navracsics, will attend the official opening ceremony on 20 January. Leer ms

Sakharov Prize has been honours human rights defenders for the last 30 years30th anniversary of the Sakharov Prize

Sakharov Prize has been honours human rights defenders for the last 30 years

On the 30th anniversary of the Sakharov Prize, the European Parliament, in collaboration with Magnum photos, has launched a new documentary project, a photo exhibition presenting the life and work of four different activists and Sakharov Fellows who incarnate, through their actions, the very essence of freedom of thought and expression. Leer ms

The European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 takes off
Building the future of Europe

The European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 takes off

The European Year of Cultural Heritage will put the spotlight on Europes wealth of cultural heritage, showcasing its role in fostering a shared sense of identity and building the future of Europe  Leer ms

Students and Refugees Together win Citizens Prize 2017 European Parliament Citizens Prize

Students and Refugees Together win Citizens Prize 2017

Students and Refugees Together (START) together with one of its founders Avril Bellinger were awarded the European Parliament Citizens Prize for their work in helping young refugees becoming an active part of their new communities.  Leer ms

Part of Erasmus+

eTwinning celebrates 500,000 registered users

eTwinning is the community for teachers and schools in Europe. It is an integral part of Erasmus+ benefiting from a budget of 13 million per year. eTwinning offers a platform for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.), working in a school in one of the European countries involved, to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, share and, in short, feel and be part of the most exciting learning community in Europe. Leer ms

The United Nations designates every 31st of October as World Cities Day
Better City, Better Life

The United Nations designates every 31st of October as World Cities Day

The United Nations General Assembly has designated the 31st of October as World Cities Day, by its resolution 68/239. The Day is expected to greatly promote the international communitys interest in global urbanization, push forward cooperation among countries in meeting opportunities and addressing challenges of urbanization, and contributing to sustainable urban development around the world Leer ms

Venezuelas Democratic Opposition, this years laureates of the European Parliament Sakharov PrizeAward ceremony will be held in Strasbourg on 13 December

Venezuelas Democratic Opposition, this years laureates of the European Parliament Sakharov Prize

The Democratic Opposition in Venezuela have been announced as this years Sakharov Prize laureate, following a decision by Parliament President Antonio Tajani and the political groups leaders on 26 October. The Democratic Opposition includes the countrys national assembly (Julio Borges) and all political prisoners as listed by Foro Penal Venezolano represented by Leopoldo Lpez, Antonio Ledezma, Daniel Ceballos, Yon Goicoechea, Lorent Saleh, Alfredo Ramos and Andrea Gonzlez. Leer ms

Discover the films competing for Lux Film PrizeLux Prize finalists

Discover the films competing for Lux Film Prize

BPM, Smi Blood and Western - the three finalists for this years Lux Film Prize - all boast strong characters fighting for their identity, but the stories they tell are very different. Discover them during the Lux Film Days from October to December and vote for your favourite.  Leer ms

Six nominees are for this years Sakharov PrizeLaureate announced on 26 October.

Six nominees are for this years Sakharov Prize

The Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought is awarded each year by the European Parliament. It was set up in 1988 to honour individuals and organisations defending human rights and fundamental freedoms. The laureate is announced on 26 October. Leer ms

BPM (Beats per minute), Smi Blood and Western Lux Film Prize finalistsEuropean films

BPM (Beats per minute), Smi Blood and Western Lux Film Prize finalists

This years shortlist for the Lux Film Prize was unveiled on 25 July in Rome by European Parliament President Antonio Tajani at the Giornate degli autori press conference on 25 July.  Leer ms

UNESCO

Madrid conference highlights the importance of protecting cultural diversity for peacebuilding

On 24 May, UNESCO Director-General, Irina Bokova, addressed the Conference: Victims of ethnic and religious violence in the Middle East, in Madrid, Spain. The event took place in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain, Sr Alfonso Maria Dastis Quecedo, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Mr Ayman H. Safadi and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq, Dr Ibrahim Al-Jaafari. Leer ms

Museo Atlantico,

Europes first underwater sculpture museum

British artist Jason deCaires Taylor produced 300 life-sized figures that will permanently live 45 feet (14 meters) below the water level. The project also includes an underwater botanical garden. Museo Atlantico aims to draw attention to some of the worlds most relevant problems: forced migrations, global warming and climate change, and conservation of natural resources. Leer ms

Golden Globe Awards 2017

74th Annual Golden Globe Awards chose its big winners in film and television

The 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards chose its big winners in film and television, giving top honors to Moonlight, La La Land, The Crown and Atlanta. Leer ms

Aarhus and Pafos

Discover this years European cultural capitals

Aarhus in Denmark and Pafos in Cyprus are Europes cultural capitals for this year. Since the capitals of culture initiative was launched in 1985, 54 cities around Europe have had the honour. The aim is to highlight the richness of Europes cultural diversity and looks at its shared history and heritage. Read more about this years cultural capitals. Leer ms

Discover this years Lux Film Prize finalistsIn a cinema near you

Discover this years Lux Film Prize finalists

The three films competing for this years Lux Film Prize are coming to a cinema near you: peine jouvre les yeux (As I Open My Eyes), Ma vie de courgette (My Life As a Courgette) and Toni Erdmann. Dont miss the chance to watch them and let us know which one is your favourite. MEPs will determine the winner of this years Lux Prize, which will be announced later this year. Read on to find how you can watch the short-listed films. Leer ms

10th edition of Charlemagne Youth Prize open for applicationsInternational Charlemagne Prize Foundation in Aachen

10th edition of Charlemagne Youth Prize open for applications

Young people who make a difference deserve recognition. That is why the European Parliament and the International Charlemagne Prize Foundation award the Charlemagne Youth Prize every year. Today we open applications for the 10th edition. If you are between 16 and 30 years old and run a project with a European dimension, do not hesitate to apply for our competition. The winning projects will benefit from recognition and media coverage as well as prize money to further develop the initiative. Leer ms

Sakharov Prize 2016

The European Parliament awards the Sakharov Prize

Can Dndar and fellow defenders of freedom of thought and expression in Turkey, the Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzemilev, the Yazidi survivors and public advocates Nadia Murad Basee and Lamiya Aji Bashar are this years finalists for the Sakharov Prize following a vote by the foreign affairs and development committees on 11 October. The laureate will be selected by the EP President and the political group leaders on 27 October and the award ceremony will be held in Strasbourg on 14 December. Leer ms

Equal opportunities

Womens rights in Poland spark European debate

Attempts to make Polands stringent sexual and reproductive health laws still more restrictive sparked a heated debate in the Parliament on Wednesday. MEPs focused on a national bill to ban all abortions, but the European Parliaments legal right to debate the topic was also hotly contested. Leer ms

Equal opportunities

Womens rights in Poland spark European debate

Attempts to make Polands stringent sexual and reproductive health laws still more restrictive sparked a heated debate in the Parliament on Wednesday. MEPs focused on a national bill to ban all abortions, but the European Parliaments legal right to debate the topic was also hotly contested. Leer ms

They revealed the secrets of exotic matter

Three British scientist Nobel Prize in Physics

The Secretary of the Nobel Committee for Physics Gunnar Ingelman, Professor in Subatomic Physics, has explained the cinnamon bun example below to The Locals reporter Lee Roden. Leer ms

Donostia Awards

San Sebastian Festival spotlights young European talent

This year, nearly half (47%) of San Sebastians 17 competition entries are first features or made by directors under 40, vs. 9.5% of Cannes and 15% of the Venice Festivals. That figure rises when factoring in two other San Sebastian sections: New Directors and Horizontes Latinos, a Latin America showcase. Leer ms

Marriotts World of Opportunity programme

Hotel group supports youth and sustainable destinations

Having promised in 2015 to create 20,000 training opportunities for young people by 2020, Marriott has revealed that it has reached 40% of its target in just 12 months. The ambitious World of Opportunity programme has proved hugely successful over the last year. Leer ms

Marriotts World of Opportunity programme

Hotel group supports youth and sustainable destinations

Having promised in 2015 to create 20,000 training opportunities for young people by 2020, Marriott has revealed that it has reached 40% of its target in just 12 months. The ambitious World of Opportunity programme has proved hugely successful over the last year. Leer ms
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