The coronavirus pandemic has hit the tourism sector hard. The impact on various tourist destinations in the EU has been asymmetrical and highly … Re-starting tourism in the EU amid the pandemic
Month: July 2021
In February 2020, the European Commission presented a new enlargement methodology. The new approach aims to strengthen the process by pushing reforms… EU integration of the Western Balkans
It is a new form of raising capital. China and South Korea have already banned it, for investor protection. Switzerland and Singapore do not ban it and EU and U.S. have already issued warning notices. However, they plan to regulate it. (select a language version of this article on eEuropa.blog website) To set up an […]
Its name is CEF – Connecting Europe Facility, and the European Parliament has just given its green light to invest €33.7 billion for the next 7 years, to bring Europe to the forefront of digital connections. Which not only concern tlc, but also transport and energy sectors. The funding will be managed by the […]
The vast content, equivalent in terms of size to an 80‑page publication, is presented in a visual, interactive and non-linear way, allowing the … European Science-Media Hub 5G knowlege map – dive in and explore!
On 19 June 2020, the European Parliament set up the Committee of Inquiry on the Protection of Animals during Transport (ANIT). Protection of animals during transport: Data on live animal transport
The stocktaking on the expiry of the second framework for cooperation – ET 2020 – revealed some positive trends as the numbers of both young children… The European Education Area and the 2030 strategic framework for education and training