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Click on the link below to see images of citizen action from the U-Impact countries gathered by the partners for the “traveling exhibition of citizen involvement" presented at the U-Impact final Conference in Brussels.
The new European pro-life initiative attracted some 1,200 participants to a recent conference in Paris.
For a full overview of the #panamapapers investigation and how it came about, start here: occrp.org/en/panamapaper…
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The Institute for European Environmental Policy has published a 100-page paper in collaboration with The Wildlife Trusts, RSPB and WWF outlining the consequences of the UK leaving the European Union for wildlife.
Heads at international charities have published a letter warning of the impact of an exit from the European Union, while figures released from the official Remain campaign claim a Brexit could cost UK charities over £200m a year.
Нова гражданска Къща, този път не само виртуална, отвори врати в София. Къщата на гражданските организации, според своите създатели от Българския Център за Нестопанско Право, е споделено пространс…
The murder of many civilians in Paris must not erode Europe’s open society.
European Commission admits Safe Harbour framework cannot ensure privacy of EU citizens’ data when sent to the US by American internet firms
Register to our #EUCitizenship conference on 18 May ecas.org/save-the-date-… #Europe4Citizens @delgoveu
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If the organisers of Wednesday's referendum don't care about Ukraine, the Dutch government should give them what they ask for and ignore the results.
Austrian Citizens Overwhelmingly Reject EU Migrant Crisis Approach, Majority Would See Borders Closed Indefinitely
MEPA's failure to follow through with its promised second public consultation phase described as a "travesty of correct planning procedure"
EU referendum debates in the Netherlands show that decades of democratisation have led to a new kind of a citizen that demands to be heard.
VICE News and the New York Review of Books have partnered to create Talking Heads, a series about the big issues of the day as seen by the Review's distingui...
EU migrants are rushing to apply for British citizenship ahead of this summer’s in/out referendum, new figures have revealed.
On May 18, 2016, U-Impact partner European Citizen Action Service ECAS carried out an international conference on European Citizenship summing up the results of citizen engagement throughout the U…
New regulatory guidance for charities considering involvement in the EU referendum campaign has sparked widespread criticism by sector leaders today over its “negative and prescriptive approach”.
What will Brexit mean for over two million Britons who live and pay taxes abroad?
Refugees are transforming the cultural mix of our societies. We need new ways to confront our fearsundefined
BEREC final guidelines land on the side of civil society
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The CSW has called on UN member states to "address sexual and gender-based violence as an integral and prioritized part of every humanitarian response". Civil society groups expected more.
“Je suis Charlie” was about free speech—but now the issue is migrants
This article states ECAS position concerning the recent security and migration developments in Europe and how they may affect the EU rights of citizens.
On February 24, 2016, EED hosted a discussion on “Supporting Civil Society under shrinking space in Eastern Europe and Eurasia”, organised by the Prague Civil Society Centre. At this occasion, the Prague Centre gave a presentation of its programmes to the Brussels-based democracy support community.
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