The global art market is worth 43 billion euros annually, according to the European Fine Art Foundation’s latest report.
Europe’s share of the
Poverty, marginalisation and abuse can have a dramatic impact on the level and quality of education a young person receives.
Various projects have
The EU unveiled the results of Europe-wide horsemeat tests; Hungary’s constitution caused a stir in Strasbourg and the latest figures on the extent
The crisis in Cyprus could influence timing of any new talks between the two sides.
The small island nation of Cyprus has been divided for almost
Small and medium sized businesses that are innovative and have strong growth potential have a new group of friends to help make that happen. Business
Question from Vivi, Ioannina, Greece:
“Hi. We are students from the Ioannina University of Economics in Greece. Our question is: how can Europe act
Europe’s higher education is in a tight squeeze – between students fighting austerity cuts and fee increases, and the ever-rising costs for teachers
Britain’s first female prime minister had a prickly relationship with Europe during her eleven years in Downing Street.
But it hadn’t always been
The International Monetary Fund has trimmed its projections for global economic growth for this year and next.
It says that is to take into account
It is estimated that up to 70 percent of women are the victims of violence at some point in their lives. It is a massive problem that governments are
Help organisations that deal with victims of violence against women say it is crucial that more men speak out against the problem and get involved in
The very first hours after a disaster are crucial to limiting damage and containing the number of potential victims. Often, several hours can go by
School drop-out rates have reached up to 60 percent in some countries according to the OECD. Why students fail in school is a vital question but it
One in five Bulgarians live in poverty earning less than the equivalent of 120 euros per month. One in three young Bulgarians can not find work while
Euronews reporter Hans von der Brelie interviewed social anthropologist Haralan Aleksandrov, professor at the New Bulgarian University (Sofia)
In this edition of U-talk our question comes from Martha in Paris: “What is the European Union doing in the fight against human trafficking?”
Thousands of people in Spain are suffering from the cruel experience of having the banks repossess their homes and yet are still stuck with repaying
A global entertainment phenomenon, a mega-star tenor, a crossover champion – Andrea Bocelli is all of these and much more. With sales exceeding 80
A study by Amnesty International has found that 682 people were executed last year.
The rights group said that was two more than the number of
With an estimated global profit of 230 billion euros from illegal drugs made by organised crime groups each year, the war on narcotics remains as
This week, I Talk will discusses Croatia’s upcoming EU accession with Mario Nobilo, Croatia’s ambassador to Belgium and Luxembourg.
Female protesters bared all in a demonstration directed at Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The FEMEN protesters shouted the word ‘dictator’ at
There are around 1.5 million sporting facilities in Europe helping people have fun, stay healthy, and have fun.
But places like gyms, swimming
It was a year ago that Spanish King Juan Carlos apologised after it emerged he had been on a hunting trip in Africa while his country was in the
Retirement, illness, career changes – every year 450,000 businesses in Europe change ownership. The problem is that 600,000 jobs are lost in the