13 January Jan 2017 0804 13 January 2017
The portable lamp plugged in the sunshine
Little Sun Solar Lamp, a new social business frontier envisioned by installation artist Olafur Eliasson. A global project that is transforming over a million lives through the awesome power of the sun
9 December Dec 2016 1624 09 December 2016
Someday nobody will try to imagine how her life looks like
The full implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Europe is challenging. However, the battle is being fought by men and women whose dedication will make the difference for the life of disabled people.
7 December Dec 2016 1638 07 December 2016
Breaking the barriers that hinder refugees integration
The new study by Caritas Europa "Welcome! Migrants make Europe stronger" provides proposals and experiences that empower migrants and the receiving communities for a better integration.
17 November Nov 2016 0953 17 November 2016
The sacrificial lamb of the EU budget deal: the humanitarian aid
It took 18 hours of negotiations but at the end a deal that focuses on strengthening the economy and responding to the refugee crisis was reached. But there was a victim: humanitarian aid
24 October Oct 2016 1720 24 October 2016
As the French government clears the Calais camp, European member states are still grappling to implement the long - due refugee plights policies
27 September Sep 2016 0905 27 September 2016
The new couple in town: the affair between the third sector and the fourth estate
Journalists love NGOs the most and business the least. The findings of the report "Eu Media relations, Brussels journalist Survey & what the findings reveal for communicators".
15 July Jul 2016 1547 15 July 2016
It is time to reckon with the various shades of Jihad à la carte
Muslim organizations denounce terrorism when it strikes in Brussels, Paris, London and Nice. “The not in my name” crowd though, justifies jihad when it strikes in Israel and Syria, argues Valentina Colombo.
12 July Jul 2016 1509 12 July 2016
Barroso, the European elitist who benefits from a divided EU
The appointment of former European Commission president Manuel Barroso drew outcry and condemnation. Corporate Europe Observatory: «The revolving door is just one symptom of the perverse symbiosis that exists between big business and the public authorities that should be working for the public interests».
7 July Jul 2016 1721 07 July 2016
A step forward to advance the rights of people with disabilities
The European Parliament voted the report supporting the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities urging the European Commission and Members States to do their part.