Saturday, 23 March 2019
Friday, 22 March 2019
At a time, when most women's art was listed as "Anonymous," Stockholm-born artist Amalia Lindegren courageously signed her paintings. In the 1860s, her artistic success was seen as an inspiration to supporters of women's rights and a strong argument for eventually admitting women to the Fine Arts Academy.
L'Autorité européenne de sécurité des aliments contrôle soigneusement ce qui va dans nos aliments: tu peux donc savourer tranquillement ton repas. Dans l'UE, chaque bénéfice pour la santé est examiné scientifiquement, puis approuvé ou rejeté par des experts des États membres. L'objectif est de veiller à ce que tous les bénéfices pour la santé présentés sur les étiquettes soient bien fondés.
The EU is the world’s leading source and destination of foreign direct investment. These investments help create jobs and are a source of growth. But it could also affect security and public order. A new European framework, proposed by the European Commission, is soon to enter into force and it will help to monitor foreign investments and safeguard European interests. It is all about a Europe that protects!
Thursday, 21 March 2019
Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Love fruits? This one is for you! Almost 1.3 million hectares of land in the EU were covered with fruit trees in 2017
The “EU Saves Lives” roadshow will travel across several European cities between February and August 2019. With stops made in Vienna, Naples, Nicosia, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Cologne, Lyon, and Lisbon, visitors vividly experience the EU's response to natural or man-made disasters. In an immersive virtual reality, people will see why humanitarian aid and civil protection are important, based on the principle of solidarity.
Tuesday, 19 March 2019
"We have funerals each day.""My house is the last. All the local residents have left. "People at the frontline in Eastern Ukraine tell us how war affected their lives. See it all through the eyes of a 56 year-old woman, Marina. The EU humanitarian aid is helping her and her neighbours meet basic needs.
Sunday, 17 March 2019
The EU is helping scientists find a cure for paediatric cancer, make agricultural systems more resilient to climate change, and fight plastic waste pollution
1,351 excellent researchers and 14 doctoral and 14 post-doctoral programmes will be funded by the European Commission with €273 million and up to €80 million respectively through the 2018 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships! The EU is helping scientists find a cure for paediatric cancer, make agricultural systems more resilient to climate change, and fight plastic waste pollution.