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Guest blog post by Dalibor Vukcevic, Executive Director of the LGBT Action Group.   After five rounds of vote at the Security Council, Portuguese former Prime Minister, Mr Antonio Guterres continues to lead the race with a very limited number of negative votes. But despite all the efforts from the UN to make the nomination… » read more

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Guest blog post by Rokotamana Vitinaqailevu, Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Student, Papua New Guinea University of Technology. For decades the issues of climate change was shrugged off as nothing more than a natural phenomenon. It took a long time to get the world to pay attention. Not until we began to witness the irreversible loss and… » read more

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Guest blog post by Rob Sijstermans,Training and Research Fellow at the Clingendael Institute in The Netherlands. As we mark the International Day of Peace, it’s worth asking what we should do when the ink of a peace agreement dries up. Is peacemaking only the domain of a few elite personalities and is all well after… » read more

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Guest blog post by Farzad Henareh, European Managing Director, Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS Leading up to the June EU Referendum, one of the primary debates centred on the burden and benefits of single market regulation. With the UK now set to leave the EU, business leaders in every industry are considering what the implications are for the… » read more

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Guest blog post by Patrik Ragnarsson, Senior Manager Automotive & Transport Group at European Aluminium. Following the historic COP21 agreement, European car manufacturers will have to use every tool in their toolbox in order to meet its specific emissions targets in a cost-efficient way. Looking back, much of the focus has been on improvements to… » read more

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Guest blog post by Charles De Serres and Vanja Stenius, Lagom House Yes, but he will need a crowbar to do it. It will take an experienced and sometimes autocratic person to force through the changes needed for the European Union either to survive, or to be rebuilt from the ground up. Whatever path will… » read more

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Guest blog post by Elisa Lironi, Digital Democracy Manager, European Citizen Action Service On Wednesday 14 September, President Juncker delivered the State of the Union Address 2016: Towards a better Europe – a Europe that protects, empowers and defends. As I work for a European association with 25 years’ experience in empowering citizens to exercise… » read more

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Guest blog post by EU-Reputation.EU Timeline Timeline – SOTEU – EU-Reputation.eu The graph shows the timeline of the speech and where the volume of tweets hit their cruising speed. The peaks correspond to the different announcements made by Mr Juncker and the reaction to them. Because the tweet rate decreased shortly after each announcement was… » read more

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