Understanding human trafficking and how it is perceived in international law
Gender Inequality in the World
The latest visit of Alexis Tsipras, the Greek Prime Minister, to Russia raised a lot of eyebrows in Europe. It took place at a time when relations between Greece and the EU have considerably deteriorated due to differing views on the resolution for the Greek debt crisis.
Reconciling Europe with non-EU immigration
An inspiring guide to aspiring European entrepreneurs
OCT and OMR
Dutch people are leading the way, when it comes to foreign languages.
Should we approve of the Conservative party's new alliances in the European Parliament?
Trust levels in many governments are very loew
Andorra has the longest life expectancy in Europe
So how does someone who not so long ago belonged to an underserved minority become an important figure in politics and what does it have to do with immigration?
Good representativity or too much spending?
Speaking about mind-sets and how they create our identity
“EuropeCanDoBetter” is an international study that collects the views on Europe of young people from four different countries and gives them a voice in the political discourse. In an interview with treffpunkteuropa.de, research associate Ariane Jordan speaks about the project, the possible solutions to European challenges and the under-representation of young people in European politics.
An Ultimate Guide to Unplugging
The Commission is trying to withdraw money from the European Structural and Investment Fund (ESIF), a main source of funding for all regional and local government authorities and for social projects including the ESF- fund and the Erasmus+ deal.
See the countries that care about the future of the young generation by investing more in education.
United in Diversity!
Bulgaria's challenge of balancing the need for investment whilst retaining its economic integrity is facing the country with a difficult dilemma.
Local government elections are drawing closer in Albania. While the two main political parties are yet to announce their candidates in most municipalities, can an independent candidate break with traditional party politics and win the election in Tirana?
Which countries will join the European Union next?
Forty years ago Sweden was the first country in the world to introduce a paid parental leave allowance with no regard to gender, but Europe still has a long way to go to shrink the gap between paternity and maternity leave.
American teenagers use internet several times a day
Tick, tick, tick goes the typewriter and then the loud “ding!” when one reaches the end of the line, typewriters have long since disappeared from present-day offices. For millions of people, the introduction of computers and of the Internet has dramatically changed the way they work. After our offices, it is now our factories’ turn to enter the age of digitalisation. Robots plan and optimise production processes; they order the necessary parts autonomously; and they even arrange for the delivery of the final product to customers. This is commonly referred to as ‘Industry 4.0’ – a field in which Europe aims to play a leading role in order to overcome the crisis.
Христос Воскрес! Χριστὸς ἀνέστη! Христос възкресе! Хрыстос Уваскрос! Krishti u ngjall!
Which one should prevail when they both mean different things?
How many Members of Parliament does your country actually need?
The Great Recession of 2008/09 and the resulting debt crisis revived a debate about deeper fiscal integration in Europe. At the moment, especially a common unemployment insurance scheme for the Eurozone is discussed. The idea is that such a scheme could cushion the impact of economic crises if national member states are not sufficiently able to fulfill this function. However, what could be the actual design and the effects of a European unemployment insurance? And what are the risks?
Olympic Games as a European Based Tradition