EU institutions should engage more politically to induce change in HIV awareness
14 Jul 2017 – 10:30 | No Comment

Nearly 122,000 are unaware of their HIV infection in Europe. To decrease the number of people who are diagnosed late or are unaware of their infection, new strategies are required to expand targeted HIV testing …

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The UK Review of the Balance of EU Competences
25 Nov 2013 – 12:54
The UK Review of the Balance of EU Competences

By Dr Martyn Bond, Visiting Professor of European Politics and Policy at Royal Holloway, University of London

Much of the current public discussion of the UK’s role in the EU is based on very selective or …

Political Developments in Indonesia
25 Nov 2013 – 12:40

By Argina Girsang, Editorial Researcher, Government Gazette
It is no secret that Indonesia is an up and coming nation with plenty of potential economically, politically, and socially. Many experts commend Indonesia for creating a larger middle …

Hunger Grains: Are EU Policies undermining Progress on Development?
25 Nov 2013 – 12:35
Hunger Grains: Are EU Policies undermining Progress on Development?

By Dr Duncan Green, Oxfam GB’s Senior Strategic Adviser

In recent years, there has been much to celebrate in terms of the role of agriculture in development. An intellectual turning of the tide has recognised …

Energy Infrastructure
25 Nov 2013 – 12:08

By Günther H. Oettinger, European Commissioner for Energy
Renewable energy, whether generated off the German coast or from solar panels on the roof of your own home: these days, more than just about any other energy …

Secure our Future: Towards a European Energy Strategy
25 Nov 2013 – 12:02

By Günther H. Oettinger, European Commissioner for Energy
Energy is the lifeblood of our society. Our way of life is inconceivable without reliable and affordable supplies of energy: electricity, heat and fuel. Never before has the …

Decentralization and Voter Turnout
25 Nov 2013 – 11:45
Decentralization and Voter Turnout

By Benny Geys, Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Norwegian Business School BI

The question of why people participate in elections has triggered much debate among both political scientists and economists. A significant share of the academic …

Cross-border Co-operation – Intrinsic to Carinthia!
25 Nov 2013 – 11:36

By Dr Peter Kaiser, President of Carinthia, Member of the COR
Bordering Italy and Slovenia, the Austrian region of Carinthia has always been an intersection point of three cultures and languages. Being the most Southern of …

Realising the EU’s Green Potential
25 Nov 2013 – 11:33

By Anna O’Connor, Editorial Researcher, Government Gazette

Climate change and energy security are central to the most pressing issues faced by the EU today
The EU has seen happier days. It faces several challenges, the biggest …

Making the Most of Regional Funding Post 2013
25 Nov 2013 – 11:11
Making the Most of Regional Funding Post 2013

By Derek Vaughan MEP, Substitute Member of the EP Committee for Regional Development

In his State of the Union address last week in Strasbourg, Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso highlighted the importance of EU funding. As …

The Electoral Management Game Changer
25 Nov 2013 – 11:03
The Electoral Management Game Changer

By Bruno Kaufmann, Chairman of the Electoral Commission, Falun, Sweden

SEPTEMBER 9th was a very special day in the history of electoral management. It propably even become a milestone. While the Norwegian e-voting trial at the …