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What has Europe done for you? 7-13 April 2014 NEW
Europe’s Café 4 Days, 20 Hours, 20 Minutes ago
In this week’s edition, you will particularly read about how the EU institutions act to protect our health, support our farmers and defend our fundamental freedoms. European Parliament Reducing noise for neighbours of airports Transport and Tou...
Candidates’ quotes (11 April) NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Week, 2 Hours, 20 Minutes ago
Alexis Tsipras (GUE/NGL) Ecology: “The ecological transformation of production encompasses the widest possible range of policy domains, such as: a tax reform, which would change the logic of taxation, the elimination of environmentally harmful...
Jean-Claude Juncker v Martin Schulz: first debate NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Week, 1 Day, 38 Minutes ago
A first debate opposed Jean-Claude Juncker, the EPP (centre-right) candidate, and Martin Schulz, the PES (socialist) candidate on Wednesday evening, in French, on France 24. The two men who hope to take over from José Manuel Barroso, the curre...
European elections 2014: “Which Europe do we want in 2020?” NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Week, 1 Day, 18 Hours, 26 Minutes ago
On March 14th, 9 candidates for the European elections in Luxembourg gathered for a round table organised by the European Parliament’s Information Office in Luxembourg and the CLAE. The subject of the conference, “Which Europe do we want...
What has Europe done for you? 31 March – 6 April 2014 NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Week, 4 Days, 16 Hours, 48 Minutes ago
In this week’s edition, you will particularly read about how the EU institutions act to develop consumer rights (telecom package, banking and financial products), to make aviation greener and to ensure freedom of establishment is respected by n...
Candidates’ quotes (4 April 2014) NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Week, 6 Days, 20 Hours, 24 Minutes ago
Jean-Claude Juncker (EPP) European Commission: “I want to co-decide with national governments on the selection of Commissioners. I want Commissioners who have gained experience at national, regional and local level. I will not accept Commission...
What has Europe done for you? 24-30 March 2014 NEW
Europe’s Café 2 Weeks, 4 Days, 21 Hours, 12 Minutes ago
We now stand less than two months before the next elections. Keep informed about the EU with us! In this week’s edition, you will particularly read about how the EU institutions act in favour of more transparency in the TTIP negotiations, bette...
Questions about a deeper European integration NEW
Europe’s Café 3 Weeks, 3 Days, 1 Hour, 32 Minutes ago
This post contains my answers to a questionnaire by JEF Europe’s PC1 (Institution and Governance) on the topic of a deeper European integration. Please, do not refrain from commenting and participating in the debate ahead of the European e...
What has Europe done for you? 17-23 March 2014 NEW
Europe’s Café 3 Weeks, 5 Days, 24 Minutes ago
In this week’s edition, you will particularly read about how the EU institutions act to protect taxpayers’ money by progressing towards a banking union and increasing penalties for EU budget fraud, to ensure you have a right to drinking w...
Crimea joins Russia after referendum. Will others follow and how can the EU react? NEW
Europe’s Café 3 Weeks, 6 Days, 18 Hours, 1 Minute ago
The multiplayer chess game, so analogous in the international political arena nowadays, has just shifted up a gear. The Cold War era of the Soviet Union and the US dominating the chess board is over and new major players are emerging such as China an...
What has Europe done for you? 10-16 March 2014 NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Month, 2 Days, 8 Hours, 59 Minutes ago
In this week’s edition, you will particularly read about how the EU institutions act to increase online data protection and travellers’ rights, to improve the business climate and fight cross-border crime. European Parliament Data protect...
Resolution by the Luxembourgish Youth Parliament on free movement of EU citizens (and assimilated) in the EU NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Month, 5 Days, 10 Hours, 13 Minutes ago
Note: This is an unofficial English translation of a resolution adopted by the Luxembourgish Youth Parliament at its intermediary plenary session on 8 March 2014. The authentic text in French will be available on the Youth Parliament’s website.
What has Europe done for you? 3-9 March 2014 NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Month, 1 Week, 2 Days, 5 Hours, 26 Minutes ago
In this week’s edition, you will particularly read about how the EU institutions act to prevent violence against women, create a credible banking union, make seas and airports safer, improve democracy in Europe and more…  European P...
Improving the credibility of the EU: lessons to draw from the crisis in Ukraine NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Month, 2 Weeks, 7 Hours, 14 Minutes ago
Whatever one believes about the legitimacy of the new government in Kiev and the subsequent intervention of Russian armed forces in Crimea, it is difficult not to observe, once more, the lack of weight and credibility of the European Union in a crisi...
What has Europe done for you? 24 February – 2 March 2014 NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Month, 2 Weeks, 2 Days, 5 Hours, 14 Minutes ago
You probably read enough about Ukraine in other media, so in this week’s edition, you will read about how the EU institutions act to protect your health and your labour rights, support Europe’s poorest citizens, make the Internet safer, a...
Echoes from Maidan Square NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Month, 3 Weeks, 1 Day, 5 Hours, 6 Minutes ago
Events are going unexpectedly fast in Ukraine. Last weekend, Viktor Yanukovych was dismissed and ran away to Kharkiv, a pro-Russian locality in the East of the country. Oleksandr Tourtchynov, so far Speaker of the Ukrainian parliament, became interim...
What has Europe done for you? 17-23 February 2014 NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Month, 3 Weeks, 2 Days, 8 Hours, 58 Minutes ago
In this week’s edition, you will particularly read about how the EU institutions act to fight money laundering, promote sustainable maritime tourism, cap card payment fees, better regulate financial markets and boost growth and jobs creation. E...
Debating the Eurozone membership: should less competitive economies abandon the Euro? NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Month, 3 Weeks, 5 Days, 8 Hours, 49 Minutes ago
The state of the economy is bound to be one of the most discussed topics during the campaign ahead of the May 2014 European elections. In addition, the Eurozone membership is likely to be the target of criticism of Eurosceptic parties in Member State...
When Switzerland shoots itself in the foot NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Month, 4 Weeks, 8 Hours ago
Some days ago, Swiss people voted by a narrow majority to limit immigration, following a UDC (Union démocratique du centre, Democratic Union of the Centre) party’s proposition mainly targeting European Union’s people applying to wo...
What has Europe done for you? 10-16 February 2014 NEW
Europe’s Café 1 Month, 4 Weeks, 2 Days, 9 Hours, 42 Minutes ago
In this week’s edition, you will particularly read about how the EU institutions act to protect human rights, your consumers’ rights, your environment and your health, and to improve the Internet governance. European Parliament Strengthen...