60 Ideas for Europe

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It’s often claimed the EU is democratic because MEPs are elected and Council members are national representatives. However, insiders know that there are numerous other participants in the law-making process, and some are not as visible as others. There are lobbyists, who sometimes conceal the fact that they’re working on behalf of interest groups and… » read more

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European Youth Forum

The young people is the most scepticism with the European Union. It´s important to give them more information and clarify everything that is concerned with the European Union. There are a lot of policies that affect the youth, like Erasmus and Leonard aids, the facilities to learn another language in the European Union, and the… » read more

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The intercultural dialogue implies communication among people that come from different national, social, religious, generational and similar living environments. The purpose of the intercultural dialogue is to encourage the reflection about diversity that we connect to particular associations with language, ethnicity, society, culture or religion in everyday life. By such a dialogue we are fighting… » read more

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Europe coverage in the media

As a current affairs journalist with an extensive portfolio on Wider Europe, the EU and EU integration, including EU enlargement and well knowing the issues (I am a former Convenor of a Pan-European Group at the FPA in London), I would suggest: to the mass media, please allow a much wider contributions from freelance professional… » read more

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The EU should become more interactive, citizen friendly and inclusive, recognising the growing significance of regional approach and identity. New and innovative information technique should be used to improve communication with citizens especially young people. Specific attention has to be paid to the frequently neglected gender issues.

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