By Vira Ratsiborynska, PhD researcher, Institute of Political Studies (IEP) Starting from the beginning of 2014, both the EU and Ukraine have been facing many common challenges related to their respective border, energy and defense security. The instability in the Eastern part of the EU’s vicinity caused by the Russian aggression against Ukraine and the […]
Extra funds should be added to the EU’s 2015 budget for growth and jobs policies, education, including the EU’s Erasmus+ student mobility programme, and EU humanitarian and support work in war-stricken zones, said the Budgets Committee in votes on Monday and Tuesday. It also recommended that the European Parliament as a whole should reverse cuts […]
This week (29 September – 5 October) the 2014 edition of Europe’s biggest community sport and physical activity event will take place. It began on global World Heart Day on 29 September and will continue throughout the week until 5 October. MOVE Week is the flagship event of the NowWeMOVE campaign aiming to get more […]
For what seems like an eternity, the world has seen what appears to be just one side of Ukraine. The bitter and bloody civil war which is, by the day, still unfolding in the former Soviet nation has been a constant feature of news bulletins. But there is, of course, another side to this beautiful […]
For full details of yesterday’s (29 September) hearings, click here.