Lead by Europes’s digital single market commissioner Andrus Ansip, former Estonian Prime Minister, the EU is planning to reform their copyright laws, creating uniform regulations in all member states in order to form a single digital market. This would mean equal access for people all over the Union to all media created in the EU.
77 members of a criminal gang based out of Kosovo have been arrested during a crackdown on human trafficking in Europe. Continue reading “77 arrested in connection to cross-Europe human trafficking gang”
The island nation of Iceland has today confirmed that it will no longer pursue membership with the European Union after election pledges made by the ruling Eurosceptic government were rectified. Continue reading “Iceland officially drops EU membership bid”
EU drug agency, the EMCDDA, are tasked with the ongoing responsibility of monitoring and combating illicit drug use across various European nations. As part of their work the agency works to monitor the most common forms of drug used within Europe. Their ongoing research found that cannabis was overwhelmingly the most commonly used drug in all European countries. Although illegal across Europe the laws for … Continue reading How does Europe get high?
As all values, our attitude towards family is constantly changing. The traditional model used to approve only of families of husband, wife and their beautiful blue-eyed children. This is not the case anymore. Young people live together with no intention of getting married, more and more countries are legalizing same sex marriage and children are raised by single mothers or single fathers. Continue reading “Are our attitudes towards the traditional family model in need of an update?”
Immigration in Italy, among other problems, is a very concerning issue which needs to be tackled at the source. It poses life-threatening situations for those who embark on an unknown journey. For many immigrants this is sadly the case. Continue reading “From Nigeria to Italy: Europe’s unseen sex trade and the hidden humanitarian crisis”
The political divide between Russia and Europe has increased further this week after the Council of Europe agreed to suspend Russia’s voting rights over actions taken in Ukraine. Continue reading “Council of Europe suspends Russian voting rights”