questions for europe
Electronics ranging from televisions to mobile phones contain elements which are likely to become scarce. Still, most obsolete electronics end up in
Brussels has presented its proposals for a directive on privacy for the security information of people flying in and out of the European Union. What
To reduce the rate of young Europeans leaving school with minimal qualifications, the European Commission is proposing action. But why such concern?
If you are a consumer who has a grievance against a trader because of something they have done, it can be difficult to pursue the matter and get
The long-awaited European law on cross-border health care has now won the parliament’s approval, reinforcing patients’ rights. What are the basics?
Improving the health of Europeans, promoting social inclusion and gender equality, and fighting the use of illegal performance enhancing drugs are
Whether it is cheese past its sell-by date, reconditioned contaminated poultry meat or, most recently, dioxin-tainted eggs, the EU is no stranger to
Each year the European Union budget includes such things as agricultural subsidies and regional development aid – the fixed amounts that the EU will
This year has been designated the European Year of Volunteering. Since 1983, the EU has chosen a theme each year to which special focus is given. Why
After the recent launch of the European Systemic Risk Board, three new European Authorities for supervising financial activities have started work
Europe’s great variety of peoples are to a greater or lesser extent cut from a common cloth, woven of many cultures. How is the European Union
There is a long history of cooperation in the region through which the Danube river flows. A new macro-regional European strategy for the area will
Sport, art and theatre are proven methods to lessen sectarian tensions. What sort of programmes is the European Union financing to reduce
The differences at the heart of Europe have been thrown into sharp relief by the economic crisis.
On a regional level, some gaps have even widened
On the 1st on January 2011, Hungary assumes the rotating presidency of the European Union. It wants to following the same agenda as its predecessors
Since 2001, the newspaper ‘European Voice’ has honoured key individuals in the political and news landscape with a prize for ‘European of the Year’
Foam puzzle mats were recently withdrawn from sale as a health hazard, as were baby bottles containing toxic BPA. What does the European Union do to