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The Brexit process has, thus far, ignored the voices of children and young people. We, the undersigned, represent over 1800 children’s rights organisations across Europe and believe the rights of children and young people must be protected and championed as part of the process. Children and young people in the United Kingdom and across the… » read more

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Guest blog post by Adrian Sonder, policy advisor within the German Parliament. The German labour market has experienced a job boom over the past decade. The number of employees who are subject to social insurance contributions reached a new record level of 32.3 million (Institute for Employment Research). The total number of employees is estimated… » read more

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Guest blog post by Frederic Bouin, one of the world’s foremost art dealers, based in New York, and is a neighbour and friend of Donald Trump. The last time I saw Donald Trump, he was at his property in Florida, playing golf. His charm and calm contrasted sharply with the bustle and tension evident in… » read more

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Guest post by Kai Gehring, University of Zürich and Stephan A. Schneider, Heidelberg University. While Brexit negotiations are on their way, the remaining EU members issued a declaration outlining perspectives for future cooperation on the European level on the occasion of the 60-year anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. At the same time, the “Pulse… » read more

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Guest blog post by Tomáš Zdechovský, MEP (EPP, KDU-?SL). The chairman of Czech Christian democrats Pavel B?lobrádek took part in the Sudetenland Congress last weekend and I am very grateful to him for this gesture. Nobody in his right mind will defend Nazi atrocities, such as the burning of Lidice, the repression of the Heydrichiad… » read more

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Guest blog post by David Heibron Price, a Brussels-based writer and journalist, and editor of the Schuman Project. On US President Donald Trump’s eight-day visit abroad this week he will touch down in four countries, discussing global politics and religion. Will he be met in Brussels with confusion on defence, security, culture and religion? In… » read more

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The European Union lives between agony and ecstasy. An agony related to the economic crisis and the trust of the citizens in the EU institutions, but also an enthusiasm linked to the recent national elections. After a distressing year 2016, the March elections in the Netherlands have isolated Geert Wilders, and the “Brussels option candidate”… » read more

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Guest post by Bogdan C. Enache, former Bucharest journalist. L’Europe – ce mot qu’en français désigne à la fois une géographie et une politique – fut à juste titre au cœur du programme électoral d’Emmanuel Macron. Mais l’Europe que le président élu de la France souhaite renforcer risque d’être à nouveau partielle. Bien entendu, l’urgence… » read more

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