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Every year, tens of thousands of European citizens decide to avail of the Erasmus programme: students, lecturers, researchers, artists, athletes, volunteers and other citizens book their flights, pack their bags and leave for other countries, with grants supporting European...
From top to bottom of the salary scale, inequality rules. A recent note on women in management by Eurofound, an EU agency, shows the size of...
According to a new report by the World Inequality Lab, inequality in Europe has declined slightly since 1980, but remains significant, particularly between the east and west of the continent ...
A Eurofound study provides data on trust in institutions in EU member states. A topic raised by the report regards “critical citizenship”. We review the data with experts from across Europe. ...
A commitment to democracy, human rights and the rule of law was Europe’s answer to fascism. The loss of this European memory presents real dangers amid a resurgent populism. ...
Unsanitory housing, risks of poverty or social exclusion – young Europeans are more exposed than their elders, though the degree varies between countries. Young Europeans face worse...
European healthcare systems are increasingly dealing with new bacteria which resist traditional antibiotics. The situation threatens quality standards and budgets across Europe. Antibiotics, the mainstay of...
Attitudes towards Muslims appear to be particularly negative in the Baltic and the Visegrád countries. Crucially, the very same countries have the lowest estimated Muslim population in Europe. ...
Jobs, housing, education, equality: these are what allow the integration of immigrants in Europe. But the process is often compromised by its numerous flaws, the OECD notes...
The vast majority of member states have immunization rates below recommended WHO levels. Religion could be playing a decisive role. ...

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