20 October Oct 2016 1810 20 October 2016
A new tool to promote gender equality in science
Gear, Gender Equality in Academia and Research, offers practical steps to make institutional change in the research sector, which is still dominated by men
17 October Oct 2016 1215 17 October 2016
AIESEC Italy stands up for refugees at the European Parliament
6 months after AIESEC Italy's InteGREAT project was awarded the European Charlemagne Youth Prize by EP President Martin Schulz, AIESEC Italy comes back to Brussels, showing how young generations can play a decisive role to change Europe.
12 October Oct 2016 1004 12 October 2016
The digital age as an opportunity to improve youth mental health
Mental Health Europe, together with Members of the European Parliament Miriam Dalli (Malta, S&D) and Julie Ward (UK, S&D) as well as the European Commissioner for Health Vytenis Andriukaitis celebrated World Mental Health Day in the European Parliament.
5 October Oct 2016 1032 05 October 2016
Historic moment in Strasbourg: EU consent to Paris Agreement
The EU ratification will trigger the entry into force of the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal.
26 September Sep 2016 1110 26 September 2016
The Good Move that will land you a career with a meaning
Good Moves, the first European recruitment service by NGO’s for NGO’s is coming to town. Join the launch seminar on 6th of October in Brussels.
22 September Sep 2016 1716 22 September 2016
Deaf people come to Brussels to make a noise about sign
On 28th September, more then 1000 people will hit the street to raise awareness on the lack of recognition of sign languages and professional and qualified sign language interpreters.
16 September Sep 2016 1216 16 September 2016
A feminist State of the Union
On September 14th, Jean Claude Juncker, on behalf of the European Commission, reviewed a year of EU achievements and outlined his action plan for the next twelve months in the much anticipated “State of the Union” speech. We, 52 young feminists, representing 22 diverse European countries, have written our response - a feminist State of the Union.
15 September Sep 2016 1657 15 September 2016
The EU set to have its peace corps
The Commission is working to offer young people a chance to put solidarity in practice with the creation of the European Solidarity Corps. Young people across the EU will be able to volunteer their help where it is needed most, to respond to crisis situations. President Junker:“ I want this European Solidarity Corps up and running as soon as possible».
15 September Sep 2016 1530 15 September 2016
European Pillar of Social Rights must make a difference for people
During the State of the Union address, Mr Jean-Claude Juncker called on the EU to do more for social fairness. EASPD welcomes and supports the European Pillar of Social Rights as an important opportunity to implement this in practice, whilst recommending three main changes to make this successful.
12 September Sep 2016 1502 12 September 2016
Brexit, poorest developing countries could lose €385 million per year
Developing countries risk losing up to €385 million (£323 million; $430 million) if their current access to the UK market is not maintained following Brexit, a new series of essays published by the Overseas Development Institute and the UK Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex reveals.