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JEF Europe’s resolution: “Thinking ahead to empower young people”
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JEF Europe’s resolution: “Thinking ahead to empower young people”

Fully alarmed by unprecedented levels of youth unemployment arising in the fourth year of the crisis, amounting to currently 23 per cent across Europe, with alerting peaks of over 50 per cent in Greece and Spain; Deeply concerned by the proportion of European youth in neither employment, nor in education (NEETs), with alarming heights of over 20 … Continue reading

Right to answer: Why Jean-Claude Juncker should not be the next president of the European Commission
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Right to answer: Why Jean-Claude Juncker should not be the next president of the European Commission

A few days ago, Pierre-Antoine Klethi wrote on this blog a call to vote for Jean-Claude Juncker, candidate of the European People’s Party (EPP) for the commission presidency. Considering the latest projection of seats in the 2014 European elections, it seems likely that Juncker and his party will take the presidency: they are currently leading … Continue reading