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22 May 2014, 18:09 CET
Showing blog entries tagged as: Living & Working in EU

Working from home is not an "easy fix" for the disadvantages faced by disabled workers, new study shows

Posted by Warwick Business School at 06 December 2021, 21:59 CET |

A post-pandemic increase in working from home will not help reduce the disadvantage faced by disabled workers, a new study shows.

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Ending freedom of movement may hurt Brits more as EU nationals have 'given up on UK

Expert comment from Professor Guglielmo Meardi, director of the industrial relations unit at Warwick Business School.

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Focusing on the rights of disabled people

Posted by Nick Prag at 07 December 2017, 23:19 CET |

The European Day of Disabilities started this week off, to focus on the rights and needs of of people with disabilities, and how the EU can help improve their lives.

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Troubled times incite intolerance

Posted by Nick Prag at 09 March 2017, 17:15 CET |

International Women's Day Wednesday was an occasion for the EU to reaffirm its strong commitment to gender equality.

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EU renews commitment to gender equality

Posted by Nick Prag at 10 March 2016, 17:40 CET |

International Women's Day on 8 March was an opportunity for the EU to assess progress on gender equality in Europe. Bringing out a report on gender equality, the Commission renewed a commitment to integrating equality for women and men into every EU policy across the board.

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Paris attacks: Europe's new reality

Posted by Nick Prag at 19 November 2015, 18:25 CET |
Filed under: Living & Working in EU

The attacks in Paris were an attack on our freedoms, an attack against our European values and our way of life, an attack against all of us, said president of the European Parliament Martin Schulz this week. "In our grief, we Europeans stand side to side with the French people."

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EU gender equality has some way to go

Posted by Nick Prag at 05 March 2015, 22:35 CET |

The eve of International Women's Day (8 March) is a good moment to assess the challenges that remain in tackling gender inequalities across the EU.

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Europe declares solidarity against attack on fundamental values

Posted by Nick Prag at 08 January 2015, 17:05 CET |

EU flags flew at half-mast on Thursday as officials from the European Council, the Commission and Parliament expressed their solidarity with the victims of this week's murderous attack on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

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The cost of study in Europe

Posted by Nick Prag at 23 October 2014, 17:30 CET |

Students wanting to study in Europe face a wide divergence in the levels of student fees and support, according to the latest report from Eurydice, the network which provides information on European education systems and policies.

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40 per cent of seats on company boards for women

Posted by Nick Prag at 20 November 2013, 19:10 CET |

Euro-MPs today gave their assent to a draft EU directive which looks to break the glass ceiling that continues to bar female talent from top positions in Europe's biggest companies.

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