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Education
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Horizon Europe

University associations unite in response to EU Commission proposal

The European University Association (EUA) and more than a dozen other university associations have united to issue a common response to the European Commission´s proposal for Horizon Europe. The 14 signatory associations discussed the Commission´s proposal and outlined the most crucial elements that need to be ironed out in the negotiating process. Leer más

First quarter of 2018

Employment up by 0.4% in both the euro area and the EU28

The number of persons employed increased by 0.4% in both the euro area (EA19) and the EU28 in the first quarter of 2018 compared with the previous quarter, according to national accounts estimates published by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. In the fourth quarter of 2017, employment increased by 0.3% in the euro area and by 0.2% in the EU28.These figures are seasonally adjusted.  Leer más

To support sustainable recycling practices and industries

The Bureau of International Recycling and UNIDO sign Joint Declaration

The Bureau of International Recycling and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) signed a Joint Declaration with a view to facilitating a closer cooperation between the two organisations. Leer más

DiscoverEU: 15,000 travel passes up for grabs to explore the EU this summerApplicants must be 18 years old on 1 July 2018

DiscoverEU: 15,000 travel passes up for grabs to explore the EU this summer

As of tomorrow until 26 June,  young people can apply for a ticket giving them the opportunity to discover their continent from July 2018 until the end of October 2018.  DiscoverEU will enable them to better understand Europe´s diversity, enjoy its cultural richness, make new friends and get a sense of their European identity. Leer más

They call for doubling the overall Horizon Europe budget

Horizon Europe should aim for a sustainable energy future, according Energy & Environment Platforms

This is the main message of a position published by the EUA Energy & Environment Platform (EUA-EPUE) together with the European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) and InnoEnergy. The three organisations call for a doubling of the overall Horizon Europe budget, as proposed by the Lamy report. They also call for an increase of funding for sustainable clean energy projects.  Leer más

Post-2020 Erasmus programme

EU budget raises questions on inclusion & accessibility for youth

The European Commission last week announced a further breakdown of how it plans to invest in youth in the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), through the: Post-2020 Erasmus programme, European Social Fund + (including the Youth Employment Initiative) Justice, Rights and Values Fund.These programme proposals are vital for young people in the upcoming EU budget. Leer más

Finance should be used to set Europe´s economy on the path to sustainabilityEuropean Economic and Social Committee

Finance should be used to set Europe´s economy on the path to sustainability

Representatives of civil society organisations, bank associations, academia and EU institutions gathered in Brussels to take part in a hearing on financing sustainable growth in Europe. Robin Edme, Senior Policy Officer for Green, Responsible and Sustainable Finance at the European Commission, set the stage for the debate with his presentation of the Action Plan on Sustainable Europe unveiled by the Commission in March 2018. Leer más

Horizon Europe

Commission proposes most ambitious Research and Innovation programme yet

A new programme – Horizon Europe – will build on the achievements and success of the previous research and innovation programme (Horizon 2020) and keep the EU at the forefront of global research and innovation. Horizon Europe is the most ambitious research and innovation programme ever. Leer más

8 June 2018

World Oceans Day 2018

World Oceans Day 2018 is truly the biggest and best yet! This year, already over one thousand events are registered on the website in dozens of countries across the globe – from first time celebrations such as the International Ocean Week being held in Cameroon, to the Run to the Deep race event in London, to online events like the Healthy Seas Initiative diving beneath the waves in a Facebook live event and youth taking action through initiatives like Sea Youth Rise Up.  Leer más

European Youth Event (EYE)

8000 young people in the European Parliament in Strasbourg

At the end of the European Youth Event (EYE), hundreds of ideas emerge on building a better Europe and the determination to make the campaign count. The Vice-President of the European Parliament Ramón Valcárcel (EPP, ES) and Rainer Wieland (EPP, DE) officially brought to a close two days of intense debates, exchanges of ideas and creative performances on Saturday evening in the hemicycle in Strasbourg. Leer más

EYE2018: opportunity for young Europeans to make their voices heard
1-2 June 2018

EYE2018: opportunity for young Europeans to make their voices heard

The EYE2018 takes place on 1-2 June 2018 in the European Parliament´s seat in Strasbourg. It is a unique opportunity for young Europeans to make their voices heard.  Leer más

European University Association

EUA calls on policy makers to strike balance between funding new universities and other cooperations

The European University Association (EUA) has issued a first response to the European Commission´s proposal for the EU´s next Erasmus programme. Released on 30 May, the proposal provides a solid basis for discussion on the 2021-2027 programme, including the much-needed increase in funding. Leer más

"Investing in People"

Commission proposes to double funding for Erasmus programme

For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the European Commission is proposing to double funding for Erasmus to €30 billion. The proposal for the Erasmus programme is part of the "Investing in People" chapter of the EU´s long-term budget proposal which the Commission presented on 2 May 2018. The current Erasmus+ programme with a budget of €14.7 billion runs from 2014-2020. Founded in 1987, Erasmus has to date supported more than 9 million students, learners, apprentices and volunteers. Leer más

Rules to target the 10 single-use plastic products

New European rules to reduce marine litter

With the amount of harmful plastic litter in oceans and seas growing ever greater, the European Commission is proposing new EU-wide rules to target the 10 single-use plastic products most often found on Europe´s beaches and seas, as well as lost and abandoned fishing gear. Leer más

Asia-Pacific set to lead general growth in e-scrap generation Bureau of International Recycling

Asia-Pacific set to lead general growth in e-scrap generation

The world will be generating an estimated 53.9 million tonnes of e-scrap by the year 2025 as compared to 41.2 million tonnes in 2016 - equivalent to an annual growth rate of just over 3%. And the fastest growth is likely to be seen in the Asia-Pacific region where generation of e-scrap is expected to surge from 3.6 kg per inhabitant in 2016 to 5 kg nine years later. These are among the findings of a new report commissioned by the BIR´s E-Scrap Committee. Leer más

It is not all about Bitcoin

Use "blockchain" model to cut small firms´ costs and empower citizens, urge MEPs

Applying the "blockchain" model to areas like energy use, supply chains and governance would cut costs for firms and empower citizens, said the Industry Committee. Leer más

University of Missouri

Students taught by highly qualified teachers more likely to obtain bachelor´s degree, study finds

Previous research has shown that teachers play a pivotal role in their students´ academic success--or lack thereof. Now, a researcher at the University of Missouri has found that high school students taught by a string of teachers who majored or minored in a specific teaching subject, instead of a general teaching degree, are more likely to become college graduates.  Leer más

Building a stronger Europe

New initiatives to further boost role of youth, education and culture policies

The initiatives adopted by the Commission today will advance work towards building a European Education Area by 2025, set out how to better harness the potential of culture in driving economic and social development and boost young people´s participation and resilience. Leer más

Circular Economy

New EU rules will make EU the global front-runner in waste management and recycling

EU Member States approved a set of ambitious measures to make EU waste legislation fit for the future, as part of the EU´s wider circular economy policy. The new rules - based on Commission´s proposals part of the Circular Economy package presented in December 2015 - will help to prevent waste and, where this is not possible, significantly step up recycling of municipal and packaging waste. Leer más

University of Granada

Why are the elderly increasingly more inclined to live alone?

For decades, the elderly in Spain have shown a preference for living at home, either alone or with their partners, instead of sharing a home with relatives of other generations. A study by the University of Granada delves into the reasons for this trend.  Leer más

Children understand plant-animal interdependence by the age of eight, study concludes The researchers studied 328 spontaneous drawings

Children understand plant-animal interdependence by the age of eight, study concludes

The research group discovered that between the ages of 4 and 7 children are already starting to associate the plant world with the animal world when asked to draw plants. The researchers studied the spontaneous drawings that 162 girls and 166 boys (328 in all) produced during the final years of Pre-primary Education and the first years of Primary Education. Leer más

Education in emergencies helps millions of children

EU to increase spending and improve delivery of education in emergencies and protracted crises

The Commission has adopted a new policy framework today that aims to increase humanitarian funding for education in emergencies and crises to 10% of its overall humanitarian aid budget as of 2019. The policy also aims to bring children caught up in humanitarian crises back to learning within 3 months.  Leer más

Are your children overdoing it?

Too many extracurricular activities can do more harm than good, study finds

The growing demand for children to get involved in organized activities outside of school is placing unprecedented strain upon families. A new study, published in Taylor & Francis journal Sport, Education and Society, reveals just how significant a role extracurricular activities, such as music lessons and sports clubs, play in family life. Leer más

1st place - Worcation (Poland)

Charlemagne Youth Prize 2018 goes to Polish project on WW2 camp

The 2018 Charlemagne youth prize was awarded to a Polish project gathering young people to unravel the history of the Stalag VIII A prisoner-of-war camp.  Leer más

European University Association (EUA)

EUA welcomes the European Commission´s willingness to step up investment in research and education

The European University Association (EUA) appreciates the European Commission´s proposal for the 2021-2027 EU budget and welcomes its willingness to step up investment in forwardlooking policies including research and education. Leer más
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1 EYE2018: opportunity for young Europeans to make their voices heard
2 Asia-Pacific set to lead general growth in e-scrap generation
3 New European rules to reduce marine litter
4 New EU rules will make EU the global front-runner in waste management and recycling
5 New initiatives to further boost role of youth, education and culture policies
6 Students taught by highly qualified teachers more likely to obtain bachelor´s degree, study finds
7 Use "blockchain" model to cut small firms´ costs and empower citizens, urge MEPs
8 EU to increase spending and improve delivery of education in emergencies and protracted crises
9 EU has more digital specialists than before but skills gaps remain
10 Children understand plant-animal interdependence by the age of eight, study concludes
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