Within the project "Early Parliamentary Elections 2014: Civil Observation", the Institute for Social Integration /ISI/ carried out monitoring of the election campaign and its media coverage, as well as direct observation on the Election Day
The main messages from the forum were based on how energy efficiency is key to solving many social and economic problems and what measures can be taken to use efficiency to its full potential. There are some big gains to be made in Latvia, especially in the housing sector, however there is a...
The aim of this three-day event was to gather representatives of YES member organisations as well as youth grassroots activists, together with EU policymakers, to evaluate youth participation at the European level in the institutions and in the social democratic political family
Daniela Gabor, Associate Professor UWE Bristol and Jakob Vestergaard, Senior Researcher, Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), identify five main challenges of the Commission’s market infrastructure plans.
The EU Commission proposes simple, transparent and standardised/comparable securitization. Matthias Thiemann, professor from Goethe-Universität (Frankfurt) identifies three main challenges of the Commission’s plans.
Andrew Campbell, Professor from University of Leeds, and Paula Moffat, Principal Lecturer from Nottingham Law School analyse the ring-fencing of certain bank activities to protect consumers by reducing the level of risk.
Charlie Dannreuther, lecturer in European Political Economy from the University of Leeds, explains that European SMEs are up to three times more likely to rely on bank finance than their US counterparts.