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Internet regulation

As the biggest unregulated market in the world, the internet leaves patients who choose to buy online at particular risk of counterfeit/substandard medicines. The European Alliance for Access to Safe Medicines (EAASM) is conducting internet research to assess this growing threat. Thus far, some worrying results have been revealed, including: • 93.8% do not have… » read more

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Unsolved questions

If we look how European Union “complicates” for countries which want to join it, it wonders me, that there are still countries they want to join. Despite that fact that EU is very egoistic about that, making rules for those new countries as would the EU be a promised land,a paradise.In the last 5 to… » read more

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Europa is in need of competitive industry and business. Europe is in need of industrial and business-like lokomotives. To encourage european (young ??)people to be responsible in helping Europe to be in front of industrial and business-like development. I allow myself promote to proposals: 1:Every year it should be arranged a “European GRÛNDER contest” Responsible… » read more

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Common Migration Policy

Next to the international status of refugees where the international conventions have to be respected, there should be a common European immigration policy. A European Blue Card should be introduced for economic immigrants, which would be valid for the whole EU/EEA area. The yearly quota and profiles should be fixed in function of the real… » read more

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Realizar encuentros voluntarios entre distintas ciudades europeas de distintos paises que tengan intereses comunes en algún sector (economía, educación, tradiciones, historia, antepasados,…)

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Solidarcite the “city year” for young volunteers in Belgium. The principle is to offer to young people from diversified backgrounds to act during a certain period of their life as active volunteers involved in different social projects. The “city year” is based on 3 main principles: – A commitment to serve the community: In practice,… » read more

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WHAT? The debate on democratic deficit seems to neglect the potential that the EU already has and that is the national parliaments of its Member States. They should be understood as part of a broader EU constitutional order and be better involved in EU affairs irrespective of the outcome of the Lisbon Treaty ratification process.… » read more

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