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Latest update : 2011-10-26

'Indignant' movement: can it make a difference?

Inspired by Spain's Indignados and the Occupy Wall Street Movement, hundreds of thousands of demonstrators turned out from Asia to Europe on October 15th, calling for global change. While most protests passed off peacefully, a mass rally in Rome descended into street battles with more than a hundred people injured.

  • Stephen HUGHES, British MEP, Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
  • Damien, Member of the 'Indignant' movement

Presented by Christophe Robeet

Prepared by Marie Billon

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2017-01-19 transport

EU Transport Commissioner: 'We are preparing legislation on drones'

Violeta Bulc, the EU Commissioner for Transport, hails from Slovenia and entered politics just a month or so before being nominated as Commissioner back in 2014. This month,...

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2017-01-19 work

The problem with posted workers: Free movement or free labour?

Freedom of movement is one of the founding principles of the EU, but this week we’re looking at one of the possible costs of such freedom in one specific sector: posted workers....

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2017-01-14 Bulgaria

Bulgarian president-elect hopes for lifting of Russia sanctions

FRANCE 24 sat down with Bulgaria's president-elect, Rumen Radev, in the capital Sofia. The former NATO general wants to see Bulgaria become closer to Russia. Radev would like to...

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2017-01-14 employment

30 years of Erasmus: Financing fun or funding employment?

At a time when much is awry in the EU, there is one European story that's being hailed as a major success: the Erasmus programme. It offers access and grants for young EU...

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2017-01-07 European Union

Author David Van Reybrouck on why elections are outdated

Flemish author and poet David Van Reybrouck denounces the Western voting system in his book, "Against Elections". He says that in Europe we are suffering from democratic fatigue...

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