60 Ideas for Europe

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L’Europe devrait agir activement en faveur d’un respect accru de ses merveilles naturelles. Notre environnement naturel est un élément clé de notre bien être commun ete de notre développement, au même titre que notre patrimoine culturel bâti. Or actuellement des paysages fantastiques sont trop souvent défigurés par des constructions en tout genre (éoliennes, voies routières… » read more

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Die EU sollte strenger mit die nich mitglider sein beispiel:die schweiz macht aus EU wanderer sklaven sie werden beim arbeitsamt, durch bedrohung eine abkürzung der monatslohne gezwungen pro tag 4 stunden zu reisen und sogar schwangere frauen, andere werden gezwungen anderen berufe zu machen wie hotelangestellte von der reception müssen in die bauarbeiten gehen ,mich… » read more

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Living Lab is a new concept for R&D and innovation to boost the Lisbon strategy for jobs and growth in Europe. So what are Living Labs? The answer depends on who you ask because of the big differences between running Living Labs. But one thing is common for all of us; the human-centric involvement and… » read more

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Humankinds need food to live. This is first priority of life. In each country prices and food quality show changes. We dont know exactly how each country use their resources, good or bad?. While south country citizens reach fresh fruits with cheap prices, northern countries buy expensive fruit and vegetables. There is a big problem… » read more

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EUROPEAN COUNTRIES CAN MAKE PROGRAMS SO THOSE WHO START THEIR FIRST JOB AFTER THE CAREER CAN SWITCH WITH OTHER PERSON FROM OTHER COUNTRY IT´S PLACE OF WORK. THIS WAY, AFTER 6 MONTHS O A YEAR EVERYONE GETS THE CHANCE TO UNDERSTAND ANOTHER WAY OF DOING THE SAME JOB, IT ALLOWS TO HAVE MORE PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION… » read more

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The New Borders of Health

That immigration is a part of our society is a fact. The opening of borders and the admission of new countries like members of the European Community have supposed a considerable flow of “new” citizens with same obligations but not always with same rights that “old” Europeans. These citizens have been an economic and social… » read more

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CAP is out of date

European agriculture is characterised by a massive overproduction each year, hence the so called “lakes of wine/milk” which are so often referred to. For instance, billions of liters of wine are not sold each year, especially in France, Italy or Spain and yet the CAP still pays for wine makers to produce as much. Since… » read more

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