Category: <span>Europeans Europe</span>

Category: Europeans Europe

The Europeans Right to Protest is Under Threat, Amnesty Report Reveals

A new comprehensive report by Amnesty International has sounded the alarm on the escalating restrictions and suppression of peaceful protests across 21 European countries. Despite the crucial role protests play in advancing human rights and social justice, the report reveals a concerning trend of governments stifling dissent through restrictive laws, …

A Cambridge Analytica moment and some other takeaways from the EU-election

Sweden is having a Cambridge Analytica moment where one of the largest political party’s troll army has been exposed by a Walraffing journalist at TV4. It is a troll army that consists of loads of anonymous social media accounts that are sharing fake news, deep fakes as well as direct …

Europe Day – A Legacy of Peace and Unity in an age of nationalism and warlord challenges

Celebrated annually on May 9th, Europe Day marks the transformative moment in European history known as the Schuman Declaration. On May 9th, 1950, French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman delivered a speech proposing the creation of a European Coal and Steel Community. This pooling of vital resources would intertwine the economies …

European Police Chiefs Issue Urgent Warning: Encryption Rollout Threatens Public Safety

Europe’s top law enforcement officials are sounding the alarm about the increasing use of end-to-end encryption in social media platforms. They warn that this technology, while designed to enhance privacy, severely hinders their ability to investigate and prosecute serious crimes. End-to-end encryption prevents access to crucial evidence The declaration, supported …

Choosing Europe’s Future – EU Trend Report Warns of Growing Challenges

The European Strategy and Policy Analysis System (ESPAS) has released its fourth Global Trends Report, outlining a complex and challenging future for the European Union. The EU trend report, titled “Choosing Europe’s Future,” comes at a critical time as the EU prepares for a new political cycle. The report identifies …

European Commission Unveils Plan for Prestigious European Degree

BRUSSELS – In a major push to enhance higher education, the European Commission today released a blueprint outlining a path to create a “European Degree.” This new qualification would symbolise academic cooperation across the European Union, aiming to foster a sense of shared European identity. The European Bachelor, Master, and …

Air Pollution in Europe: Significant Progress, Yet Millions Still Face Health Risk

A new study, published in Nature, reveals substantial improvements in European air quality, yet millions remain exposed to harmful levels of air pollution. The report underscores how despite notable progress, short- and long-term health risks for Europeans remain a widespread concern. The study, utilising advanced machine learning methods, analyses 17 …

EU Strengthens Election Integrity with New Political Advertising Regulations

In a move to safeguard electoral processes from manipulation, the European Union has enacted strict new regulations governing political advertising. The rules emphasise transparency, accountability, and limitations on targeting techniques, aiming to empower voters with greater clarity about the source and methods behind political messaging. Key Focus: Countering Disinformation and …

A Connective Europe – New initiatives to reshape the EU digital landscape

The European Commission has unveiled a bold plan to propel Europe into the forefront of digital connectivity. Centred on security, innovation, and widespread access, a new EU digital landscape is taking shape. This ambitious initiative promises to bridge the digital divide and empower citizens with the technologies of tomorrow. Margrethe …